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3400 Standish Ave
Santa Rosa, CA
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Friday, June 7th, 2013
I live at … Lane in Petaluma and wanted to report the behavior that I witnessed at exactly 12:05 PM on Tuesday, June 4th.
I was observing your truck picking up my garbage and recycling bins, and as the driver pulled away from my bins he suddenly stopped and got out of the truck. I had not noticed anything wrong and was curious. The driver walked around in front of the truck to the opposite side of the street and picked up three small pieces of paper (roughly the size of a napkin and two candy bar wrappers. He threw those into the now empty garbage can belonging to my neighbor, got back in the truck and drove away.
I don’t know how many of my neighbors themselves would have gone out of their way to pick up that small amount of trash if they walked right over it. I am quite surprised and grateful for having witnessed this.
I would assume that this speaks not only to the thoughtfulness of this individual driver, but to the culture that is being tended to by your organization.
Thursday, October 4th, 2012
I just want to let you know how much I appreciate the time and effort that Glenda took to help solve the problem. She not only was a big help but was very pleasant and understanding this past month. I have to say, it certainly would benefit Novato Disposal if you had more people like Glenda working there. Please thank Glenda for all her help.
Mr. & Mrs. K
Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011
Go Local is a network of locally owned businesses, residents, non-profit organizations, and government agencies working together to build a thriving, local economy by supporting local, independently owned businesses and encouraging sustainable practices. North Bay Corporation is one of their newest members, and has added the slogan “Recycle Local” to their list of ways to “go local”.
Why Go Local? Locally owned businesses provide many jobs to Sonoma County residents, support our local non-profits and organization that serve our communities, and provide our county with character and personality. Supporting locally owned and run businesses is crucial to maintaining a thriving local economy. When you contribute money at a local business, the money stays in your community, helping keep Sonoma County the amazing place that we all love.
North Bay Corporation & Redwood Empire Disposal chose to join Go Local because we are a locally owned company that has been providing solid waste collection to Sonoma and Marin County since 1986. This company is owned by Jim Ratto, his wife and their 2 sons, all of whom live in Sonoma County. Contributing to the local economy is important to North Bay Corporation and we utilize as many local businesses as possible. Our truck and bin stickers are printed by local graphic companies, our newsletters are mailed though a local mailhouse, our recycle guides and other outreach materials are printed by a local printer and a Go Local member.
As a service provider of Sonoma County, North Bay Corporation is contributing to the welfare of the local community. We employ over 350 Sonoma County residents, filling positions ranging from drivers, recycling sorters, mechanics, dispatchers, customer service representatives and outreach staff. By recycling locally, we are able to consolidate materials and ready them for the commodity market in a close proximity to where they were generated. Because cans, bottles and other recyclables don’t have to travel a long distance to materials recovery facility, we are able to lessen our impact on the environment.
Have you seen one of our new “recycle local” logos?
When you choose North Bay Corporation for your recycling service, debris boxes, construction and demolition services or visit one of our buy-back centers, not only are you helping to reduce waste, but you are supporting a local business. We thank you for that, and for your choice to Recycle Local!
For more info on the Go Local Coop, visit www.golocal.coop
Thursday, April 14th, 2011
These new eco-friendly split-body vehicles decrease the number of trips through neighborhoods by one-third, while inside two separate compartments keep the materials separate. Collecting two materials in the dual compartment trucks decreased the amount of fuel and energy used, not to mention reduced traffic on highways and neighborhoods.