...Oozing with leadTo say that San Francisco is a city that treasures being in the vanguard of environmentally responsible behavior (or, skeptics might say, whatever will get people talking about how environmentally responsible we are) is an understatement.So it's interesting that today -- with an e ... More >>
Not everything that goes in the trash can is trash. Ask someone who knows...Pulling into the home stretch of Recyclemania, the nationwide recycling competition for colleges and universities, our local institutions appear to be flagging a bit. Ranked 12th and 13th earlier this month, San Francisco St ... More >>
If a neighborhood group has its way, it may be a while before you see a scene such as this in San FranciscoA Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood group last week filed suit against the city planning department alleging San Francisco trampled environmental laws when it exempted a proposed biodiesel pla ... More >>
Headed to a landfill near you?It has taken millions of people's jobs and houses. Could the global recession now threaten our health? This theoretical question is at the heart of a regulatory standoff between California toxics police and the automobile recycling industry. State regulators want auto ... More >>
After saying for decades that treated "shredder waste" from junked cars and old appliances was safe, state regulators now admit it isn't.
Donating your old car to charity may make you feel good, but it doesn't necessarily create a net benefit for the environment.
Because Bush deserves his own sewage plant.
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