Spring Cleaning? 10 Resources to Reuse & Recycle as you Reduce Stuff!

Spring Cleaning? 10 Resources to Reuse & Recycle as you Reduce Stuff!
Are you enjoying the sunshine, and feeling motivated to clean out your garage, shed, or closets? Here are some resources to help you discard unwanted items. Choose the Reuse option when possible. Do you think the items might be useful to someone else? RecycleWhere is an online wizard (a project of StopWaste, SF Environment, and… Read more »

Special Holiday Schedules for our Programs

Special Holiday Schedules for our Programs
We have special schedules across our programs around the holidays! Please contact us if you have any questions. Store Open every day through Christmas Eve, 11 AM – 6 PM, including Monday, 12/21/15 Open 11 AM – 4 PM Christmas Eve, 12/24/15 Closed 12/25/15 through 1/4/16, first day open in 2016 is Tuesday, 1/5/16 Berkeley… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Come Join Our Work!

We're Hiring: Come Join Our Work!
We are currently accepting applications for several positions across our programs: Farmers’ Market Access & Equity Program Coordinator, On-Call Curbside Recycling Driver, and two Youth positions. Please visit our Jobs page for full job descriptions, and for details on how to apply. These positions are all open now, but may be filled at anytime, so… Read more »

Wasted: A Green Noir Mystery, 10/8/15

Wasted: A Green Noir Mystery, 10/8/15
Go back to the dark days of the “recycling wars” at this event with former Ecology Center board member, John Byrne Barry. He’ll be sharing his new novel, Wasted, featuring a murder in the “Recycle Berkeley” yard, Thursday, October 8th at the Ecology Center. While the book is fiction, we’ll pull out some real… Read more »

From Earth Island Journal, Tempest in a Green Bin: Waste Less, Not Just Recycle More

From Earth Island Journal, Tempest in a Green Bin: Waste Less, Not Just Recycle More
Beyond the bin, there’s a huge, global system of waste, transportation, processing, and recycling. It’s a big business in part because we’re generating so much material. As many local cities work toward ambitious zero waste goals, the volume of recycling and compost will go up. But what rate payers and cities pay for those services… Read more »