The City of Oceanside is committed to waste diversion and recycling. Our goal is Zero Waste!
The City’s Zero Waste Plan was adopted in 2012 by City Council and set a goal of reaching a 75-90% diversion rate by 2020. It included short and long-term goals and programs that provide a direct benefit to our environment and community. View the Zero Waste Plan here
Whether you are looking for curriculum to expand your students’ knowledge on recycling, or you would like to learn more about going zero waste in Oceanside, you can visit www.StudentsForZeroWaste.com to access FREE educational tutorials geared towards K-3rd, 4th-7th, and 8th-12th grade students. You even have the opportunity to win a shirt while supplies last!
Two virtual workshops occurred in early October to receive input as we develop zero waste goals and strategies. For those who were unable to attend, or would like to watch once more, view the recordings of each workshop below.
Zero Waste Plan Update – Business Sustainability Workshop, October 5, 2020
Zero Waste Plan Update – Public and Community Workshop, October 6, 2020
The City and Waste Management have launched a Commercial Food Scrap Recycling Program. The Food Scraps Recycling Program will recycle food waste, often referred to as organics, and food-soiled paper into its own bin. Not only does this program offer cost savings opportunities for business, but it puts our City one step closer to achieving a 75-90% diversion rate! Check out the Food Scraps Recycling Program page for more information and resources.
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