A judge upheld a law that is scheduled to go into effect next month that would extend San Francisco’s ban on the use of plastic bags in retail establishments, according to the city attorney’s office.
Mounds of trash blanketed the Great Meadow at Fort Mason on Thursday, remnants of a July 4 celebration staff at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area believe the crowds purposefully and wantonly left behind.
With warm weather comes festivals, particularly music festivals like Live 105′s BFD 2012 coming to the Shoreline Amphitheatre, Saturday, June 2nd…
A measure on the June ballot in San Francisco would require the city’s waste collection services be put up for competitive bidding, but the proposal’s opponents claim it would create an unnecessary bureaucratic headache.
Live 105′s BFD Concert will soon be at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, but KROQ’s morning show has one of the bands, in-studio to talk about their comeback…
Several Bay Area cities have a free or low-cost program to pick up large items such as mattresses, couches or appliances. Customers simply need to schedule a pickup a week in advance in most cases.
Someone has been dumping garbage on the streets and in the parks in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, and neighbors are outraged.
San Francisco will start turning Christmas trees into woodchips the first week in January.
Recycling has reached a milestone in San Francisco with the amount of food scraps collected through an urban compost program reaching one million tons.
It washes up on beaches, threatens wildlife and pollutes our oceans. In this Good Question: How much plastic garbage is in the ocean?