This Wednesday, some San Diego residents will put out their shiny new green bins to be collected.
The San Diego City Council approved sweeping changes to the city's Climate Action Plan.
A new state law requires cities to compost organic material, but San Diego likely will not be ready until early 2023.
Saturday is Coastal Cleanup Day, and will be marked with events on and off local beaches.
A San Diego lawmaker's bill to ensure that only actually recycled plastics count toward the state's recycling goals passed the Assembly Wednesday and now heads to the governor's desk.
Mom Group In Vista Organizes Weekly Neighborhood Clean UpsA group of moms in Vista started noticing all of the trash littering their neighborhood. Rather than walking past it, they decided to do something about it.
The solar industry is fighting hard against a plan to revamp how residential customers get paid for energy they generate with rooftop solar panels.
Residents will put the food waste in their green bins and it will be processed at EDCO's new anaerobic digestion facility in Escondido. Microorganisms, along with heat, convert the material to natural gas and fertilizer.
The Miramar Landfill has been getting a couple more tons of trash every month since the pandemic began. San Diego's Deputy Director of Environmental Services explains why.
A $70 million loan from the EPA is helping to make Oceanside's Purewater project a reality.
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