Happy Lunar New Year – Gung Hay Fat Choy! Join Recology in celebrating Chinese New Year at the San Francisco Chinese New Year Festival and Parade. When: February 15, 5:15 pm – 8:00 pm Location: Market and Second Street to Kearny and Jackson For more information, visit http://www.chineseparade.com/route.asp Recology Sunset Scavenger and Recology Golden Gate have… More San Francisco Chinese New Year Festival and Parade
Sponsored by Recology San Bruno and the City of San Bruno The Coats For Kids Coat drive has started! Help someone in San Mateo County stay warm this winter. Donate new or clean, gently used coats from infant to adult sizes. Drop off your coats at the collection bin at the San Bruno farmers’ market… More Coats for Kids collection in San Bruno
Donate Your Coats to Kids It’s time for the annual coat drive throughout the city of San Bruno and San Mateo County. San Bruno All month, residents can drop off new and gently used coats—from infant to adult sizes—to donate to those in need of a warm coat during the cold weather season. Recology San… More Coats for Kids in San Bruno and San Mateo County
It is safe to say that the work we’ve been doing to create alternatives to landfill disposal has forced a change in the traditional waste industry. And it’s an industry that badly needs to change. One way that we’ve done this is to show people where their garbage goes, and what’s in it. We often… More The pit that you don’t see
According to the EPA, in 2006 there were 117 incineration facilities in the United States. In the last two years, incineration technologies have re-emerged, and their promoters have tried to reposition them as a viable, sustainable solution to the waste problem in the U.S. Companies have tried to rename their processes “waste to energy” (WTE),… More A long hard look at incineration
Recology San Bruno’s Community Event Workshops are free! Reservations are not necessary but encouraged so there is a way to contact participants in case a class is canceled. To reserve a space in a workshop or for more information, please call the City of San Bruno Recreation Department at 650-616-7180. You can also register… More Free Compost Workshops!