Alameda County residents understand the value of our natural resources, including bottles, cans, papers, plant debris, and food scraps. Your hauler makes it easy for you to separate your recyclables and food scraps by providing a bin for recyclable materials like paper, bottles and cans, a curbside green bin for food scraps, and a bin for the stuff that goes into the landfill.
Composting: Food Scraps Aren’t Garbage.
Do your part and place all your food scraps, food soiled paper and yard plant debris into your green bin. What goes in the green bin?
- Food scraps and trimmings from meal preparation
- Food leftovers (don’t forget the bones!)
- Food-soiled paper, including paper napkins, paper plates and coffee filters
- Yard Debris, including plants, leaves and grass clippings
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What happens to food scraps after you discard them? Watch this video to find out: