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Eco-Friendly Flooring: How To Make Sense Of Competing Claims
Original Article by Flooring Clarity found at Eco-Friendly Flooring: How To Make Sense Of Competing Claims (flooringclarity.com) Eco-Friendly Flooring: How To Make Sense Of Competing ClaimsIf we continue to use the earth’s resources in the same unsustainable way we do today, we will likely start running out of essential resources by 2052. Many consumers in the United States and worldwide are starting to take these warnings seriously, leading more of them to make conscious decisions to buy eco-friendly products.Jun 22, 2021 03:50 PM Read More
Keep your recycling clean dry and loose
A MESSAGE FROM SOLID WASTE OF WILLITS We appreciate those of you who have been diligent with recycling and working to take care of our environment. Unfortunately, there are more and more customers who have not been following the program restrictions. Because we do not charge for recycling, contaminated recycle carts with trash, styrofoam, plastic bags, etcetera, have become an increasing large cost to our company.May 14, 2021 12:26 PM Read More
Treated Wood Waste Variance Update
Below is some more information on the TWW program, including a link to the list of landfills with variances. So far there are only 3 landfills, all in northern California as of this morning. More to come.Mar 09, 2021 07:47 AM Read More
Office Manager Position Available
Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority (MendoRecycle)Permanent, full-time: Starting wage: $18/hourWorkplace: 3200 Taylor Drive, Ukiah CaliforniaApplication Deadline: Position open until filled THE AGENCY:The Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority (MSWMA), founded in 1990, is a joint powers public agency created by the County of Mendocino and Cities of Ukiah, Fort Bragg and Willits. MSWMA is governed by a Board of Commissioners consisting of two County supervisors and a council member from each city. MSWMA currently has five employees and provides services such as household hazardous waste collection (the “HazMobile”), appliance recycling, electronics recycling, illegal dump cleanup, solid waste contract administration, state reporting, grant administration and recycling public information.Mar 03, 2021 11:22 AM Read More