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  • RFP-RFQ   

    StopWaste seeks firms or individuals with expertise in the building deconstruction and material reuse field to design innovative material reuse infrastructure. Consultants will support StopWaste in providing technical services in:

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    This Guidance Document was adapted from CalRecycle’s Model Food Recovery Agreement and is intended to be customized and used by commercial edible food generators, food recovery organizations, food recovery services, and jurisdictions to assist with SB 1383, ORRO or other local ordinance compliance as well as meet their unique edible food recovery needs. 

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    Free indoor bins are available to qualifying Alameda County businesses, institutions, and multi-family residential properties (5+ units) for the collection of food scraps, compostable paper and plant debris (“organics”). A variety of containers and lids are available—up to a value of $500 per approved site including tax and delivery. Download the application form for more information.

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  • Topic Briefs   

    Historically, residents in multifamily buildings have faced barriers to improving their homes. In many cases, buildings are not maintained, and retrofits are long overdue. To address this challenge, StopWaste is working with local partners to implement energy efficiency projects in multifamily properties that also improve resident comfort, safety and health.

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    Welcome - Angela Sandoval, Manager, Zero Waste Section, U.S. EPA Region 9

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  • News  |  12/15/2021

    A coalition of public, nonprofit, and academic partners led by StopWaste is one of only 60 groups nationwide to be named as a finalist in the U.S. Economic Development Administration’s $1 billion Build Back Better Regional Challenge.

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  • bin inventory worksheet
       

    A new California State law, SB 1383, aims to keep food and other compostable materials ("organics") out of landfills to reduce emissions that contribute to climate change. Use this worksheet to help determine the indoor recycling, organics, and garbage containers needed to set your site up for success.

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    Please download and review the Waste Prevention Grant Program Information packet before starting the application as it contains important details such as grant program overview, eligible/ineligible grant activities, proposal evaluation criteria as well as general conditions.
     

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    In Alameda County, owners of multi-family properties with five or more units are required by law to provide tenants with recycling and organics (food scraps, food-soiled paper and plant debris) collection services and information.This flyer template can be modified to provide answers to common trash and recycling questions.

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  • Posters   

    This one page summary of state mandates for California public schools covers AB827, AB341, AB1826 and SB1383.

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