COVID-19 Updates Updated June 22, 2020 43 employees have tested positive over the last two weeks with the majority coming from our Marin Resource Recovery Facility. Marin County Deputy Health Officer and other County Health officials visited the site Friday.
Spring Cleaning? Collect, Sort and Store After staying at home for weeks, you may be more aware of clutter and be moved to remove! Are you looking at piles of items to donate or recycle? Donations Unfortunately, during the shelter-at-home
© Anaken2012 – Dreamstime.com Changing behaviors around battery recycling Did you know that in May a fire broke out at the Marin Recycling Center that was traced back to a cellphone battery? Luckily, we were able to contain the fire
Making the Most of Our Food During Stay-at-Home During this difficult time, moving toward zero waste may not be at the top of our to-do lists. The COVID-19 restrictions present multiple challenges to our usual waste reduction habits. For example,
Tips for Reducing Waste During the Pandemic Part 2 Overall Think about how to reduce, reuse, and repair during this time. We are not going to recycle our way out of the plastic pollution crisis, and as we make everyday
EPA Recycling and PPE Disposal Reminders During COVID-19 Recycled materials are key for everything from making new products to boxes to ship products and other essential supplies for the everyday needs of hospitals, grocery stores, pharmacies and American homes. There
Marin IJ: Marin waste haulers scale back some services during pandemic Marin County’s waste collectors and processors, while maintaining most of their normal routines during the coronavirus pandemic, have modified some operations in response to the crisis. San