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CalRecycle 3h
It’s , but we’d like to focus on single-use items. How many disposable items do you use each day that could be swapped for something more ?
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SF Environment ♻️💚 3h
Replying to @CaliforniaDTSC
Thank you to SF healthy nail salon, New York Nails for hosting today’s announcement on safer alternatives to toxic chemicals.
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SF Environment ♻️💚 4h
Replying to @SFEnvironment
The Healthy Nail Salon program is free and voluntary, and is open to all registered SF nail salons. Next time you get your nails done, choose a Healthy Nail Salon. Find a salon at
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SF Environment ♻️💚 4h
Replying to @CA_HNSC
In SF alone we have 250+ nail salons and 2,200 salon technicians. We partnered with to create the Healthy Nail Salon program in 2012 and are proud to be first city in nation to have this program. To date, a quarter of nail salons in SF are recognized Healthy Nail Salons!
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SF Environment ♻️💚 4h
”The root factor for nail salon workers health is the prevalence of toxic products in nail care products that they’re handling on a daily basis.” Julia Liou
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SF Environment ♻️💚 4h
Replying to @CaliforniaDTSC
Today announced that it is taking steps to promote safer alternatives to a toxic chemical found in many nail products — DTSC is proposing regulation of the harmful chemical, toluene.
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SF Environment ♻️💚 6h
Together, these seven policies would slash greenhouse gas emissions in the United States roughly 29% below 2005 levels by 2025, and roughly 50% by 2050, according to Energy Innovation’s climate policy modeling.
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SF Environment ♻️💚 21h
Refuse --> reduce --> REUSE --> then recycle & compost. “Preventing in the first place is always better than cleaning up after."
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SF Environment ♻️💚 21h
Refuse --> reduce --> REUSE --> then recycle & compost. “Preventing in the first place is always better than cleaning up after."
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Recology 24h
Weaving together zero waste origins, policies, goals, and global impacts, yesterday's article is yet another reminder of the importance of individual, local, state and international action on zero waste.
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SF Environment ♻️💚 Feb 14
Express your love for your Valentine and the environment and make today a little greener. 😊 💚 Shop at a local . 💚 Give the gift of an experience. 💚 Treat yourself with a mani/pedi at on of SF's Healthy Nail Salons.
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San Francisco DEM Feb 14
Reminder: Check on neighbors, friends & family to see how they are doing & if they need any help. Ask them to sign up for AlertSF by texting their zip code to 888-777 or by visiting . Preparedness & safety is all about people!
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CleanPowerSF Feb 14
Roses are red, violets are blue. Upgrading to 100% renewable is the easiest thing that you can do! Upgrade today to show your environment and City a little love this
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SF Environment ♻️💚 Feb 14
Bring your lunch and learn about designing for TODAY at !
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SF Environment ♻️💚 Feb 13
From the origins of the 'no waste' movement featuring 's founder - to a rural Japanese town reimagining trash - to SF's policies & ethics - today's highlights what it will take for us to stop "drowning in trash." 👇
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SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT Feb 13
COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY
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SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT Feb 13
HIGH WIND WARNING
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SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT Feb 13
FLASH FLOOD WATCH
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SF Environment ♻️💚 Feb 13
Replying to @SFEnvironment
"It takes policy...It takes financial incentives. It takes consequences for not participating. And it takes an ethic...of a sense of responsibility for the health of our planet.” — Director Debbie Raphael
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SF Environment ♻️💚 Feb 13
From the origins of the 'no waste' movement featuring 's founder - to a rural Japanese town reimagining trash - to SF's policies & ethics - today's highlights what it will take for us to stop "drowning in trash." 👇
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