Listed below are recent posts across all of CalRecyle's blogs.
CalRecycle has grants to help clean up illegal dumping sites, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and provide assistance for beverage container recycling. Check out this video to see how this grant recipient is using its award to prevent food waste.Posted on In the Loop by TC Clark on Jul 15, 2019
It's Wednesday, and in downtown Sacramento, that means it's farmers market day! Lucky for us at CalRecycle, the CalEPA building is catty-corner from Cesar Chavez Park, which hosts the market. We've been urging our colleagues to bring reusable bags to the market to carry their produce rather than accept single-use bags from vendors. See our Less-Waste Farmers Market video for the story.Posted on In the Loop by Syd Fong on Jun 5, 2019
CalRecycle-managed crews are making steady progress clearing fire debris in Butte County in the wake of November's Camp Fire. As of Monday, 3,327 properties have been cleared, and 673 of those have been inspected and received final clearance for rebuilding. Here is video footage of cleanup operations at Paradise Elementary School earlier this month.Posted on In the Loop by Syd Fong on May 30, 2019