Are you a restaurant owner/manager or know someone who is?
Check out this article on the SF Chronicle and learn what FOG is and how you can get rid of it. What's more, the SFPUC can turn it to biofuel! Click on the following title to read the article: S.F. asks eateries to trap grease, save sewers.
You sure would want to trap your grease, or else, as you will see on the photo below, we'll all end up with concrete-like hardened grease clogging our sewer pipes!
March 18, 2010
P2 Weekly Tip: Want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without turning blue? Go green, instead!
Throw a Green St Patrick’s Day party by using potted native plants as decorations and/or giving away small native plants as party favors.
- To celebrate, plant something green in your garden. For a St. Patrick’s Day twist, scatter some wildflower seeds, such as clover, in your garden. It’s attractive, bee-friendly, and helps hold moisture into the soil. (http://lighterfootstep.com/ & http://nature.berkeley.edu/urbanbeegardens/)
- If you want to purchase native plants, visit Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council (HANC)’s native plant nursery in Inner Sunset. Go to: www.hanc-sf.org/native-plant-nursery for more information.