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  • Junk mail kit
    Kits   

    It's good to recycle your junk mail. It's even better to stop getting it. This Stop Junk Mail Kit makes it easy to reduce your junk mail.

  • Peralta Elementary School, Oakland
       
    Peralta Elementary School is a K-5 public school of 250 students that is an urban oasis in Oakland. The teachers, principal, parents, and community members transformed this once mostly black-topped school site into one that is surrounded by colorful ornamental and edible flowers, vegetables, Mediterranean plants and trees.
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  • Sequoia Elementary School - Bay-Friendly Garden
       
    Sequoia Elementary School in Oakland registered its Bay-Friendly School Garden in 2009. As part of a campus-wide plan for greening and renovating the schoolyard, asphalt was converted into islands of Bay-Friendly gardens for play and outdoor classrooms. Sheet mulching was used to prepare the soil for new planting areas bordering the school.
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    Combined budget for the Alameda County Waste Management Authority and the Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board for FY14/15.

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  • Reports   
    Measure D established the Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board. It was approved by the voters of Alameda County in November, 1989 by a margin of 63%. The requirements and prohibitions contained within the Alameda County Waste Reduction and Recycling Initiative apply to the County of Alameda, as an entity, and to unincorporated areas within the county.
     
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    Form 2009-01(b) should be filled out and submitted to the Alameda County Waste Management Authority to certify under penalty of perjury that your business does not handle solid waste originating in Alameda County that is eventually deposited in landfills outside of Alameda County.

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    Form 2009-01(a) should be used by Solid Waste Enterprises to report monthly on solid waste originating in Alameda County that is deposited in landfills outside of Alameda County.

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    Ordinance 2009-01 (adopted in December 2009)

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    This General Plan language can be adopted as part of a city’s General Plan Amendment process, to ensure that all green building policies are consistent with the General Plan.

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