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EPP Fact Sheet: Traffic Control Products

Throughout the nation, local and state transportation departments have approved for use high quality road and highway products made with recycled materials. These agencies are purchasing a variety of products, including recycled content traffic cones, traffic barricades, channelizers, delineators, parking stops, sound barriers, object markers, reflective glass beads and much more. These traffic control products have been found to deliver high performance and often reduce maintenance costs.

Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Station No. 4: Pleasanton, CA

The City of Pleasanton's Fire Station No. 4 was the first LEED-certified emergency services building in Alameda County, and at the time of construction in 2005 had the highest LEED rating in the nation for an emergency services building. It was also the first property to earn the Bay-Friendly Rated Landscape designation. 

Click the Download button for a detailed case study (PDF). 

Green Points in Pleasanton: Sycamore Heights by SummerHill, Pleasanton, CA

At Sycamore Heights in Pleasanton, SummerHill Homes is currently building executive-style homes that surpass local green building requirements. The decision to “go green” at Sycamore Heights was made in collaboration with the City of Pleasanton, which provides guidelines for environmentally sensitive home building through its Green Points program.

Ponderosa Classics at Ironwood

Ponderosa Classics is a new master-planned community under construction near downtown Pleasanton. Every home will include the standard energy efficiency and green features listed here in “Green at a Glance.” In addition, homebuyers can make a further commitment to green living by opting for the Zero Energy Home package and other green features offered by the developer, Ponderosa Homes.

Click the Download button to read the complete case study from StopWaste's 2005 Green Home Tour.

Regulations & Compliance

StopWaste can help Alameda County businesses, non-profits and institutions stay informed about current landfill bans, policies and ordinances related to proper collection and recycling of resources and hazardous wastes. Our goal is to provide links to current information so that you can operate your organization most efficiently.

Some regulations apply within Alameda County, others apply only to operations within certain cities, and some affect all commercial accounts within California.


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