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Treated Wood is Hazardous Waste

Treated Wood Waste Disposal

Treated Wood Waste Disposal The alternative management standard (AMS), which allows waste haulers to accept treated wood waste (TWW) from residential and commercial customers, expires on December 31, 2020. For this reason, beginning on January 1, 2021, waste haulers in

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Zero Waste Marin Reuse Article

In 2021, Re-Solve to Re-Home

  In 2021, Re-Solve to Re-Home You sort and recycle, compost your food scraps and avoid plastic bags. That’s great! Moving to zero waste also means making sure that the stuff you no longer want gets used by someone else,

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MSS Winter Newsletter 2020

MSS Winter Newsletter 2020 Our winter newsletter should have arrived, check your mailbox! In case you missed it, we’ve included it below or you can download the full PDF here.

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Winter Trees

Winter Holiday Fair

Winter Holiday Fair On Wednesday, November 18th at 7pm Marin Sanitary Service will hold its second-annual zero waste winter holiday fair! We had such a fun time hosting everyone at our recycling facility last year, and to keep everyone safe

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Mason Honorary Garbage Man

Our Littlest Fan

Our Littlest Fan We are delighted to introduce you to our littlest fan: Mason, aged 2.5, a resident of Rafael Highlands. Mason dressed up as a Marin Sanitary driver for Halloween this year and we are so flattered! We hear

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Zero Waste Art Projects

Zero Waste Art Projects

Zero Waste Art Projects   This week we are excited to share some creative ideas that can help you bringconcepts of zero waste and reuse into the (virtual) classroom, courtesy of 3rd grade teacher Liza Mathews at Neil Cummins Elementary

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Overcoming Racism and Injustice

Marin Sanitary Service is Committed to Overcoming Racism and Injustice We are appalled by events involving racial injustice in the U.S. The murders of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd show how much work we have to do to build a

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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates Updated October 1, 2020  We are “flattening our curve”! Contributing factors: Communicating across all teams the appropriate protocols including: Weekly COVID updates Temperature taking Daily symptom questions Disinfecting common areas Handwashing & using hand sanitizers Social distancing Wearing

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