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==Trash and Recycling== We currently have bins from [[2169_Utilities|Sunset Scavenger]]. :''Trash pickup is Friday morning!'' :''Please take the bins out '''Thursday''' nights by midnight as the trash truck comes between 1:30 to 2:30am so we can be sure they're out in time.'' As of Oct 2021 we have trash and recycling pickup from Sunset Recology, FRIDAY mornings around 2 am - 4 am. On Thursday, ask others to help! Go around the whole space to check the smaller trash containers. Empty them '''into trash/recycling bags'''. Then add those bags into the large blue and black one under the front stairs. Remember to check: * wood shop dust collector * wood shop sawdust bin * wood scrap bin * both bathrooms * small trash and recycling cans in every room Please replace trash bags in the medium sized bins. Trash bags are generally stored in the bathroom and on the white shelves by the hack lounge. Also excellent, bag up loose trash before you put it into the large bins! On Thursday any time, move the large bins out to the front porch. Thursday night, move the large bins out to the sidewalk! Friday morning, bring the large bins back inside. It's good to keep the trash contained in bags, because if it isn't, when the collectors empty the large bins into their truck, trash blows out and gets all over the street. Sunset Recology account info: * [https://secure8.i-doxs.net/Recology/SignIn.aspx Login page] * username: firstname.lastname@example.org * account number: 516474274 * email on account: email@example.com Password and other info are pinned in the finance slack channel. ====Sharps==== There is a sharps container because people use intravenous, medically necessary drugs, and because it's very bad for sharps to end up in the trash. Don't use hard drugs at Noisebridge. If the sharps container becomes half-full or so, please take it to GLIDE at 6th and Mission and get a replacement container of the same dimensions. Please document how that process works when you do. ====Compost==== Compost, at least according to the SF Department of the Environment definition, is basically any and all food, plus stuff that can biodegrade, like paper towels, coffee grounds, pizza boxes, "Compostable"-labeled plastic, etc. Compost goes in the <span style="color:green">'''green'''</span> bin. ====Recycling==== Recycling, broadly speaking, is non-food-soiled paper, alumin(i)um and tin cans, glass and PET(E) plastic. Please give food-soiled items a brief rinse before dropping them in the bin (food-soiled paper can be composted). For more information on what specific plastics can be recycled curbside in SF, check the Recology website. *No plastic bags *''Styrofoam is not curbside recyclable!'' Recycling goes in the <span style="color:mediumblue">'''blue'''</span> bin. ====Garbage==== Trash is basically everything else not specified above. Landfill waste goes in the <span style="color:black">'''black'''</SPAN> bin. ===Street cans=== * 1 large bin for trash * 1 large bin for recycling Both bins live in the elevator room; please keep them there. ===Space cans=== The space has four large cans in a wooden framework: *2 landfill (<span style="color:black">black</span>) *1 recycling (<span style="color:mediumblue">blue</span>) *1 compost/food waste (<span style="color:green">green</span>) San Francisco mandates that waste be separated into the appropriate bin. Each has a graphical sticker placed on it by the garbage company denoting what is appropriate for which. When in doubt you can try checking the Recology site to see what can go in the [http://www.sunsetscavenger.com/commercialRecycling.htm blue can] or the [http://www.sunsetscavenger.com/commercialCompost.htm green can]. When the can gets full please tie off the bag and dump it into the large street cans living in the elevator room. Bag liners can be found in the bathrooms, kitchenette, and white utility shelves downstairs; please put one back in the can when done.
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