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FOOD WASTE COMPOSTING
The City of Sausalito has added food scrap collection to the waste service.
The main features are :
A weekly collection of of greencycle
Food scraps can be put into the greencycle
BCRS will give residents toters for comingled recycle and for greencycle.
Ordinary waste collection will use your own containers.
Several sizes of toter will be available for you to chose.
A kitchen pail to collect the food scraps will also be given to residents
for more details, visit the Sausalito Sustainability Commission at the Caledonia Street Fair and other events in Sausalito or read all about it by CLICKING HERE.
HELP SAUSALITO GO ZERO WASTE BY 2025!
Sausalito is a member of the Marin Hazardous and Solid Waste Joint Powers Authority (JPA) which is the group charged with complying with the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989. The goal of this act is to reduce the flow of materials to landfills. The JPA board is made up of city and town managers and the county administrator. The JPA has a local task force made up of representatives from industry, the environmental community and Marin’s cities, towns and special districts.
In 2007 the JPA set a goal of zero waste disposal by 2025 which means that almost all “waste” materials need to be recycled, reused or sent back to producers. To help meet this goal the JPA has started a “Zero Waste Challenge” campaign. To see what you can do please visit the campaign’s website at: www.ZeroWasteMarin.org.
For more information about the Marin Hazardous and Solid Waste JPA, visit their website at: Marin Sanitary Services.