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Oro Loma Sanitary District Commemorates Special Districts Week

2020-05-21T15:02:16-07:00May 21st, 2020|

San Lorenzo, CA, May 21, 2020 -- This week, the Oro Loma Sanitary District will commemorate the second annual Special Districts Week, a statewide event designed to encourage residents from California’s 2,000 special districts to be involved in their community and civically engaged with their local government. In light of

Oro Loma Plant Chemist Sara Burke is Guest Editor of Clean Water Magazine’s Special Lab Issue

2019-12-30T11:47:10-08:00December 26th, 2019|

Oro Loma Sanitary District Plant Chemist Sara Burke collaborated on this issue of Clean Water Magazine, the official publication of the California Water Environment Association (CWEA). Sara served as guest editor of the first ever lab edition of the magazine, which focused on proposed changes in lab regulations.     As the Plant Chemist

Here’s a Great Local Resource for Mattress Recycling

2019-06-06T14:39:10-07:00June 6th, 2019|

The Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley ReStores have partnered with The Mattress Recycling Council’s Bye Bye Mattress Program to establish a permanent mattress drop-off location at the Habitat ReStore in Oakland. Habitat for Humanity ReStore Oakland Address:  9235 San Leandro St. Oakland, CA 94603 Drop Off Hours: Monday –

Oro Loma Hosts 2019 Open House on May 11

2019-06-06T14:27:44-07:00April 29th, 2019|

San Lorenzo, CA -- This free community event will offer a first-hand look at the Oro Loma/Castro Valley water pollution control facility, along with fun educational activities for all ages. Come learn about how Oro Loma helps protect public health and the environment. General Manager Jason Warner says, “The May 11th

Reduce Waste, Clean Recyclables to Ensure Highest Value

2019-06-06T14:47:16-07:00March 21st, 2019|

Recycling is having a bit of a wake-up call. Until this year, two thirds of the materials collected from curbside recycling carts were exported to foreign markets. Recent changes in China’s acceptance of mixed plastics and mixed paper mean fewer places to recycle these materials. It’s a problem affecting communities

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