Interview: Community Worker Talks About Recycling Robbery Attack VictimOn Wednesday, KPIX 5 reporter Joe Vazquez spoke with Michael Wong of the Community Youth Center of San Francisco (CYCSF) about the victim in the Bayview-Hunters Point attack and recycling robbery over the weekend that was caught on video.
San Francisco Police Renew Call For Help Identifying Recycling Theft VictimPolice in San Francisco renewed their call for public assistance Tuesday, hoping someone can help identify the older Asian man who was robbed of recycling in a racially charged theft in Hunters Point.
Many California Retailers Flout Bottle, Can Recycling LawIf you paid a deposit for recycling bottles and cans, you are supposed to be able to get your money back. It's part of California's 33-year-old bottle bill. But don't expect smooth sailing, because many retailers are flouting the law.
Bay Area Legislator's Bill Requiring Beverage Makers to Handle Recycling DiesA California state senator from Fremont on Thursday ended his effort to pass a bill requiring beverage distributors to create a new system to take back their own containers
11 Arrested In California Multi-State Recycling SchemeAuthorities have arrested 11 suspects they say ran a multi-state recycling fraud operation that smuggled empty cans and bottles into California.
State Legislature May Revamp California's Recycling SystemRecycling centers in California have been going out of business at an alarming rate, leading lawmakers in Sacramento consider ways to revamp the system for recycling cans and bottles. 
Bay Area Lawmaker Proposes Reforms For Recycling Bottles, CansAssemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, is seeking to reshape the way bottles and cans are recycled throughout the state, his office announced Monday.
San Francisco Recycles Christmas Trees Into Mulch for City LandscapingSan Francisco residents can rest assured knowing that their old Christmas trees will continue to keep giving well after they've been chopped up and recycled.
'Tis The Sustainable Season: Rohnert Park Firm Promotes Environmentally-Friendly Holiday PracticesIt's the time of year to eat, drink and be merry. However, many factors of the holiday season are taking a toll on Mother Earth. 
California Fines CVS $3.6 Million For Failing To RecycleCalifornia is fining the nation's largest pharmacy health care provider a record $3.6 million for failing to redeem deposits on bottles and cans at some of its locations, regulators said Monday.
California Recycling Director to Resign in DecemberScott Smithline announced Friday that he’ll leave his post with the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery at the end of December.