Zero Waste by 2020

San Francisco went from recycling about 38% of its trash 23 years ago to nearly double that today. Watch and find out more about what “zero waste” means and how the city plans to achieve that goal by 2020.

Find out more about San Francisco’s Zero Waste Plan here.

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2 thoughts on “Zero Waste by 2020

  1. Thanks for commenting. As California goes … especially with culture. I wonder what politics will be like this election, though…

  2. That is a great plan. I’ve always thought California isca trend setter for the rest of the country. Usually, they’re far ahead of everyone else, especially San Francisco. As California goes, so goes the nation. I hope this is the case with the zero waste project.

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