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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - San Francisco moved to restrict the sale of plastic water bottles on city property on Tuesday, the first such action by a major U.S. municipality and the latest in a string of waste-reduction measures that included a ban on plastic grocery bags.
While driving over the bridge one day, David Grieshaber came up with the idea to convert the bridge into a house in order to save the old urban monument for posterity. Following a whole host of ideas on how to recycle the parts, this winning design was announced.
San Francisco is world-famous for its clam chowder, but a new report from the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Board threatens to make the city notorious for another, less appetizing kind of soup. In their annual assessment, "Pulse of the Bay," researchers
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Over the past 16 months, Scoot has enabled 10,000 rides while covering an aggregate distance of more than 50,000 miles. The company estimates its service has kept 62,000 pounds of CO2 from the environment.The post Electric Scooter Share Business ‘Scoot,’ Grows in San Francisco appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
Clothing donation bins are nothing new but San Francisco wants to encourage more drop offs to eliminate unneeded waste in its landfills. In a mission to entice more residents to donate clothes the city’s Department of Environment is launching a new line
SAN FRANCISCO ? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reached a settlement with CTS Printex, Inc. and ADN Corporation to complete the remaining groundwater contamination cleanup at the CTS Printex, Inc. Superfund site in Mountain View, Calif. The companies will spend a total of about $2...
Despite passionate protests and serious legal challenges, this week the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority approved a controversial trial program that will allow companies like Google to use private shuttles at public bus stops. This program is an embodiment of the class warfare attitude that has become a festering wound in AmericaThe post San Francisco Approves Controversial Goog...
Bike sharing programs have been cropping up in major metro areas all over America, but some cities are more conducive to cycling than others. The hills of San Francisco can wear out even the most potent of peddlers, so the forthcoming addition of electric bicycles to the ranks of the non-profit City CarShare system is a welcome reprieve for weary road warriorsThe post E-Bike Sharing Comes To Sa...