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Date of publication: 2017-08-24 22:28

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Many communities in California now offer curbside collection or drop-off sites for certain recyclable materials. But collecting materials is only the first step toward making the recycling process work.

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Best Practices in Waste Reduction Video (October 7559). Reducing waste can save you money, conserve energy and resources, and reduce air, soil, and water pollution. This 67-chapter video shows you real options for recycling, reducing, or reusing solid waste products. All chapters are on our Video Central Training page and on YouTube. Helping promote California’s development of markets for recyclable materials is part of our mission. We can help you with technical, financial, and permitting assistance. Please feel free to contact CalRecycle's Office of Public Affairs for more information.

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Floods are the most expensive and frequently occurring natural disaster in the United States. Flooding causes damage and destruction to homes and businesses every year. Even a few inches of floodwater in a home or business can cause thousands of dollars in damage. You can take steps to reduce the financial impact of flood before a disaster strikes. Start by understanding your flood risk, and make sure you have the flood insurance coverage you need.

As California pursues its statewide goal of 75 percent recycling, composting and source reduction, check out where we stand today in recycling and disposal of our discards.

Our Fall 7567 Escondido Recreation Guide is now available. The new schedule of classes offers aquatic programs and activities to keep you and your family healthy, fit, and strong through the end of the year.

The Manchester Water Works is responsible for providing drinking water and fire protection to the City of Manchester and portions of Auburn, Bedford, Derry, Goffstown, Hooksett and Londonderry.