Jessica Toth Answers 10 Questions
Jul 17 2015
Originally published in Del Mar Times Jessica Toth has been the executive director of Solana Center for Environmental Innovation for two years. Though always passionate about the environment, she took a circuitous route to get here, starting on Wall Street during the 1980s. Since then, she has held positions in corporate research, marketing, IT consulting...
Zero Waste Plan Brings Economic, Environmental Benefits
Jul 9 2015
Originally published in The San Diego Union-Tribune On Monday, the San Diego City Council will review Environmental Services staff recommendations to adopt a Zero Waste Plan, establishing incremental waste goals in order to achieve zero waste by 2040. Around the world, cities are setting their sights on achieving zero waste futures. Zero waste strategies...
Encinitas takes Step to Prepare for Green Waste Recycling Mandate
Jun 4 2015
Originally published The Coast News Group With a historic green waste recycling mandate set to take effect in six months, Encinitas recently became one of the county’s first cities to take a public step towards preparing for it. Assembly Bill 1826, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed in September 2014 and goes into effect April 1, 2016, requires businesses to...