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    This guide helps building managers and maintenance staff make purchasing decisions that increase energy efficiency, conserve natural resources and improve indoor air quality. Categories covered include lighting, paint, flooring, furniture, energy efficient appliances, water efficient products, mechanical, janitorial cleaning & supply products, and landscaping.

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    First line resources and strategies for small- and medium-sized businesses exploring alternative wood waste markets.

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    A report and hypothetical case study exploring economic and environmental impacts of wood waste partnerships in Alameda County.

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    A well-planned office move can minimize waste and save your organization money. These tips provide ideas and resources to help reduce waste resulting from a move .

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    Poster that can be downloaded, printed, and posted above organics bins to help inform staff about what can and can't be composted.

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    The San Francisco Department of the Environment maintains this list of distributors of compostable products, such as plates, cutlery, and to-go containers. Includes distributors’ contact information.

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    Businesses that generate a lot of organic material can realize cost savings and environmental benefits by composting on-site. This guide details 7 steps to help you evaluate, plan, and launch an on-site composting project.

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    This 16-page best practices guide helps event organizers reduce waste and increase recycling at special events. Includes case studies and sample contract language.

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    Poster that can be downloaded, printed, and posted above recycling bins to help inform staff about what can and can't be recycled.

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  • Posters   

    Poster that can be downloaded, printed, and posted above recycling bins to help inform staff about what can and can't be recycled.

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