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EYE ON THE ENVIRONMENT | REUSABLE GLASS BOTTLES ARE GONE, BUT ALTERNATIVES HAVE ADVANTAGES

EYE ON THE ENVIRONMENT | REUSABLE GLASS BOTTLES ARE GONE, BUT ALTERNATIVES HAVE ADVANTAGES Mar 10, 2021 | David Goldstein, Eye on the Environment, News, Ventura, by David Goldstein, VC PWA, IWMD Stan Wilson, of Ventura, recently wrote to me, “I don’t understand why we can’t just go back to reusable glass bottles. As a…

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ECO-TIP: REUSABLE G:LASS BOTTLES ARE GONE, BUT ALTERNATIVES HAVE ADVANTAGES

Eco-tip: Reusable glass bottles are gone, but alternatives have advantages David Goldstein Special to Ventura County Star Stan Wilson, of Ventura, recently wrote to me, “I don’t understand why we can’t just go back to reusable glass bottles. As a teenager I worked as a stock boy in a grocery store. I don’t remember there…

Ventura County Health Care Agency Horizon View

HORIZON VIEW MENTAL HEALTH REHABILITATION CENTER Supervisor District 3 Ventura County Behavioral Health Department Construction Costs: $6.5 Million Completion: December 2016 Contractor: Tobo Construction Architect: Pacific Design Group The Horizon View Mental Health Rehabilitation Center (MHRC) is a patient live-in facility located on the campus of the Camarillo Airport in Camarillo, California.   Mental Health Rehabilitation…

NEWBURY PARK FIRE STATION #35

Newbury Park Fire Station #35Completion Date: August 2017 Supervisor District 2 Ventura County Fire Department Construction Cost: $5.5 Million Completed: August 2017 Contractor: Lead Builders Architect: RNT This construction project will provide a new fire station in the Newbury Park area that meets current building codes, essential services, and operational requirements.  It will replace an…

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Reimagine Your Commute: Rideshare Week in Ventura County

Eco-Tip for 10-6-19 Reimagine Your Commute: Rideshare Week in Ventura County By Emily Kirwan and David Goldstein October 7 to 11 is Rideshare Week in Ventura County, and the Ventura County Transportation Commission asks locals to “Reimagine your commute.” Those who pledge at rideweek.org to catch an eco-friendly, easy and affordable ride to work or…

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Composting on Site: Focus May Change from Backyard to Business

Eco-Tip for 10-13-19 Composting on Site: Focus May Change from Backyard to Business By David Goldstein, VC PWA, IWMD “Compost happens,” said a bumper sticker I saw, twisting a similar, less optimistic phrase. Everything living will eventually rot when exposed to a combination of moisture, air, and microorganisms, so eventual success at composting is likely.…