Showing posts with label San O. Show all posts
Showing posts with label San O. Show all posts

Friday, April 25, 2008

Top 10 communities?

Is your municipal program in the top 10?

Municipalities across the U.S. and Canada are diverting e-scrap from landfills by providing opportunities for residents to drop off obsolete electronics for recycling. E-Scrap News is collecting data on the volume of e-waste being collected by municipalities and municipal program partners in order to compile a Top 10 list of municipal programs.
Two lists will be generated, covering both the top 10 programs in terms of overall volumes collected, as well as the top 10 programs based on pounds collected per capita. To do this, we need data from you, our readers, including:

Total tons of electronic scrap collected for recycling through the years
Number of years having offered the collection program
Population of the area served by your program.
This information will be shared at the upcoming E-Scrap 2008 Conference, as well as in one of our publications. If your program is in the top 10, we will contact you for a little more information about program dynamics.
Please submit the requested information via email to Henry Leineweber at by June 1st.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

San Onofre Surf Spot

The fight to protect Trestles is coming to a head, and on Wednesday, February 6th, 9am, you can stand up and let your voice be heard.

That’s when the California Coastal Commission will convene at the Del Mar Fair Grounds (Wyland Hall, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA 92014) for a crucial vote to save the world-class break, and surfers from around California will be showing up en-masse to show support.

Read up on the latest in a recent interview with Surfirder’s Executive Director Jim Moriarty, link over to to sign a toll road petition, and stay tuned to the Save Trestles Blog for details and updates as they are made available.In an effort to raise some cash for the cause, Nicholas Pujdak has offered up copies of an Acrylic painting for an auction. Check it out at

And the OC Register has an online poll and an article about the Toll Road and alternatives. Read more

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