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Campus
University of California Sustainability

The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF)- UCB

Campus Recycling and Refuse Services- UCB

Berkeley Student Food Collective

Peralta City College District Office of Sustainability



City of Berkeley
City of Berkeley Sustainability 

Ecology Center- City of Berkeley Recycling


Other


Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)

East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD)

Alameda County Waste Management

www.stopwaste.org

-An awesome resource for recycling and reusing in Alameda County.  Go here and download the “Recycling Guide,” under the “Residents” section.

Berkeley Ecology Center 
www.ecologycenter.org
-This is Berkeley’s place to go for green classes, programs and resources.

Berkeley Solid Waste

www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/pw/swm.html

-See what you can put in the bins and the recycling rules of Berkeley


Bay Area Junk Mail Reduction Campaign

www.stopjunkmail.org

-Although it’s great to recycle your junk mail, it’s even better to stop getting it . . . this website tells you how


East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
www.creativereuse.org
-See what creative reuse is looking to collect and ideas on how to reuse


Goddess of Garbage
www.goddessofgarbage.com
-Turn your trash into treasure, see the Treasure Tips Archive


Make-Stuff
www.make-stuff.com/recycling/
-Find things you can do with old CD’s, yogurt containers, making lamps and vases from glass bottles, and a ton of other things you can do with trash


Ready Made Magazine
www.readymademag.com
-Berkeley reuse magazine


Bay-Friendly Landscaping and GardeningGardening!

www.bayfriendly.org

-How to garden and landscape in environmentally friendly way; a great resource for in-house composting and a place to buy compost bins for your house


Build It Green

www.builditgreen.org/guide

-A guide about where to get green materials for everything from plumbing to doors for all your maintenance, HAPS, BAPS needs.


Home Composting “Rotline”

510-444-7645

-Free classes and low cost compost bins


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy www1.eere.energy.gov/consumer/tips/home_office.html
-Energy Savers: tips on saving energy and money at home from the U.S. Department of Energy 

Environmental Energy Technologies Division
www.eetd.lbl.gov/EA/Reports/45967.pdf
-Some info about standby power 

Home Energy Saver
www.HomeEnergySaver.lbl.gov
-Developed by researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory to help consumers identify technologies that will save energy and money


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