November 2017 Sustainability News
Articles this month include: 
Cooking Oil Recycling Event, Food Donation Resources, Extra Holiday Trash Collection Services, Saving Money with LEDs, Trash Bill Changes
Free Cooking Oil Recycling Event
Got leftover cooking oil from all that homecooked Thanksgiving food and turkey fryers? Bring your used cooking oil to this FREE disposal event on December 2 in Moorpark. No appointment is needed and by recycling oil, you are saving not only your pipes, but your wallet...
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What to do With Extra Food & Toys During the Holiday Season 

Donating extra food conserves energy, resources and landfill space, while reducing disposal, greenhouse gas emissions and purchasing costs. Whether you overbought or have extra leftover food from holiday parties and gatherings, some food pantries take ...
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Holiday Tree Branches
Extra Free Trash Disposal Services for Holiday Trash Disposal 

Did you know that for the two weeks after Christmas, residents may not only recycle their Christmas tree, but also place an additional ...
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Make the Switch to LEDs

In the last couple of years, exciting improvements have been made in LEDs that make then even more appealing to customers, including...

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Trash Bags
Trash Bill Increase Coming in 2018 
Recent policy changes in the Chinese export market is having a profound impact on the domestic recycling industry, causing disruption in ...
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Upcoming Events & Workshops: FREE Irrigation and Landscaping Workshops Just Added!

Click the link below to view a list of upcoming FREE eco-events, FREE workshops, weekly hazardous waste disposal events, holidays coming up when trash service is delayed, and more!

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Get Informed About Emergency Preparedness!

Click this link to find out about how to be in prepared in case of emergency and to be notified in case of various emergencies and alerts in our city and county. 

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