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CCCSWA Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors Workshop is scheduled for Thursday, September 24, 2015 @ 1:00 p.m. at Round Hill in Alamo. The agenda and staff reports will be available 9/21/2015. Thank you.
Fall Diversions Newsletter
In this edition, you'll learn about our home composting program; celebrating 20 years! What food scraps can go in your composting bin vs. your green organics cart and much more! Enjoy!
Multi-Family Recycling Services
If you live in or manage a residential premise (apartment or condominium) that has a shared garbage service that is considered a "Multi-Family" complex and recycling service must be available for all tenants.
Request for Proposals
Disaster Debris Management Plan
Vermicomposting (Worms!) & Bin Building Workshop
Please join RecycleSmart's Vermicomposting (Worms!) & Bin Building Workshop on Saturday, September 5, 2015 from 10:00 am -12:00 pm at Heather Farm Community Center in Walnut Creek. This is a very hands-on workshop. You will build your bin, take it home with your worms and knowledge, and start composting right away! $20.00 registration fee applies. 20 household max capacity. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Please call (925) 906-1801, ext. 109.
Some types of light bulbs contain mercury, a toxic element, and must be managed as hazardous waste. Other types do not contain mercury, and are not hazardous waste, but there are no recycling facilities for them, so they should be tossed in your black landfill cart.
Hazardous Waste - The following lighting elements below contain mercury, which is harmful to human health and the environment. Residents can now place their CFLs curbside on their garbage collection day. Please place them in a zip lock bag and place next to your blue recycling cart.
Trash - These items do not contain mercury, so you can put them in the black landfill cart.
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