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Judy Erlandson
Public Works Manager
3500 Robertson Park Road
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 960-8015
CA Relay: Dial 711

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Closed on Holidays

Environmental Services Division

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Free Community Screening of     Just Eat It

The City of Livermore presents a FREE screening of the award-winning documentary Just Eat It at The Vine Cinema on September 6th.

After catching a glimpse of the billion dollar food waste problem, filmmakers Jen and Grant  pledge to quit grocery shopping and survive only on discarded food. What they find is truly shocking.

Arrive early and mingle with food waste prevention leaders and entrepreneurs in the lobby to learn about reducing food waste in your community. 

Click here to reserve your free ticket!

When: Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Where: The Vine Cinema, 1722 First Street, Livermore, CA 94550

Contact: 925-960-8015

More Info: Click Here

Volunteers Needed: Tri-Valley Creeks to Bay Cleanup

Join us for the sixth annual Tri-Valley Creeks to Bay Cleanup on Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 8 am - noon! This event is part of Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest statewide and international effort to clean trash and debris from beaches, bays, creeks, rivers, and lakes. Removing trash and debris not only improves the aesthetic beauty of the neighborhoods, it also helps to improve water quality and aquatic habitat in the creeks.

We need help to clean trash and debris from four Livermore creek sites. Ready to help? Space is limited, so please pre-register. For more details, visit www.trivalleycreeks.org or contact Lynna Allen at lallen@cityoflivermore.net.

Visit Your Recycling Resource

Visit LivermoreRecycles.org for a user-friendly recycling resource! Residents and businesses can learn more about Livermore's cutting edge waste reduction programs, solve tricky recycling issues, view educational videos, and sign up to be the first to know about your latest contests, blogs, tips and more!

Live More, Save More - Sustainable Livermore

Adopt a Creek Event!A sustainable community is a healthy, livable, resilient community where people and businesses thrive. The City of Livermore is committed to building a sustainable community that fulfills the social and economic needs of present and future residents while protecting the City's environment and natural resources. Please explore the City’s new website to find out what steps the City is taking to build a sustainable community, and what residents and businesses can do to help. Live More. Save More - Sustainable Livermore.

Single-Use Bag Ban Expansion

Bag It FlyerBeginning May 1, 2017, all retail stores in Alameda County will no longer provide customers with single-use plastic bags upon checkout. Bags made of recycled paper or reusable bags will be available for a minimum price of 10 cents per bag. Consumers may use any type of bags they wish and are strongly encouraged to do so. Small plastics bags used to protect and transport produce, bulk food, or meat from within a store to the checkout or cash register will still be available free of charge.

For more information, call StopWaste, the Alameda County Waste Management Authority at 510-891-6500 or go to www.ReusableBagsAC.org.

The City of Livermore has taken Styrofoam off the menu!

As of July 1, 2011, the City of Livermore's Ordinance banning Styrofoam® 'to-go' containers for foodservice businesses officially takes effect. By switching to recyclable and compostable take-out alternatives, Livermore's businesses will be reducing both litter and water pollution. The City applauds foodservice businesses that have already discontinued the use of Styrofoam. Wondering how you too can make the switch? Take a look at the information below, email us , or call 925-960-8015.

Solid Waste & Recycling Related Information

Recycling Videos and Public Service Announcements

To learn more about the City of Livermore's Food Scrap Recycling program visit LivermoreRecycles.org or our Greening Livermore site on YouTube.