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One man paddles the river in a kayak every day just to collect trash.
Ideally, you’ll want to train your dog to pee in one or a few spots and keep them away from hosing down anything people might touch or pick up, including trash cans, Mynchenberg says.
One day, after he realized that Charlie had thrown the chocolate part of the cookies into the trash, his Dad made him eat the cookie remnants out of the garbage.
The wastewater, trash and sediment that continues to flow into San Diego County are a danger to public health and our economy and it must be addressed.
Single-use plastics contribute to about half of plastic waste, causing wildlife deaths and giant trash gyres in the ocean.
San Diego voters passed a ballot measure called the People’s Ordinance in 1919, which codified free waste collection in the City Charter at a time when trash was a valuable resource for hog farmers.
IT’S TIME TO REVISIT THIS GARBAGE CITY POLICYJOE BETTLES, MARIANNA GARCIA, ELISE HANSON, JACK CHRISTENSEN AND AURORA LIVINGSTONJUNE 25, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
With many restaurants closed, the dumpsters they usually fill with trash may now be empty.
Afterward, much of that personal protective equipment, or PPE, went right into the trash.
Adding graphene — especially that made from trash — to materials should cut greenhouse-gas releases and help slow that rate of warming.
Dumping them in the trash, again, goes into potentially a landfill or some other place that eventually could contaminate groundwater and other types of things.

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