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Regulations for the Flame Retardant Chemicals in Upholstered Furniture and Juvenile Products Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE-18-02-FR implementing the Flame Retardant Chemicals in Upholstered Furniture and Juvenile Products Ordinance
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Single-Use Food Ware Plastics, Toxics, and Litter Reduction

The law restricts the distribution of plastic straws, among other foodware accessories, including compostable plastic straws. Acceptable single-use straws (such as paper straws) can only be made available upon request. 

 

Starting July 1, 2019, the law restricts the distribution of single-use plastic straws, including compostable plastic straws. Food and beverage vendors may no longer provide the following single-use plastic accessories: plastic beverage plugs, plastic cocktail sticks, plastic stirrers, and plastic toothpicks. This law also applies to event producers and retailers operating in San Francisco.

Regulations for the Refuse Separation Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE-19-01-RSO implementing the Refuse Separation Ordinance. Uploaded PDF is an updated document, containing a non-substantive, name and acronym change.
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Resolution in support of the Checkout Bag Charge and Recyclable Paper or Compostable Pre-Checkout Bag Ordinance

Resolution Approving San Francisco Zero Waste Grant Awards

Resolution in Support of the San Francisco Climate Emergency Declaration

Refuse Separation Compliance Ordinance

This law increases compliance with San Francisco’s mandatory recycling and composting requirements by auditing the refuse (compostables, recyclables, and trash) of large producers, and requiring them to engage staff to ensure adequate material separation, when necessary.

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Resolution in Support of the Single-Use Food Ware Plastics, Toxics, and Litter Reduction Ordinance

Regulations for the Flame Retardant Chemicals in Upholstered Furniture and Juvenile Products Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE-18-01-FR implementing the Flame Retardant Chemicals in Upholstered Furniture and Juvenile Products Ordinance
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Regulations for the Construction and Demolition Debris Recovery Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE-18-01-CDO implementing the Construction and Demolition Debris Recovery Ordinance
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Regulations for the Antibiotic Use In Food Animals Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE-18-01-AUIFA implementing the Antibiotic Use In Food Animals Ordinance
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Resolution Approving San Francisco Carbon Fund Grant Awards

Resolution Affirming the Commission’s Commitment to Racial Equity in the Department of the Environment’s Programs, Policies and Services

Resolution Opposing the Repeal of the Clean Power Plan

Resolution Approving San Francisco Carbon Fund Grant Awards

Resolution urging the Retirement Board of the Employees' Retirement System to divest from publicly-traded fossil fuel companies

Resolution Commending Guillermo Rodriguez

Resolution in Support of Ordinance to Ban the Sale in San Francisco of Furniture and Certain Juvenile Products Containing Flame Retardants

Resolution in Support of the San Francisco Transportation Demand Management Plan

Resolution Approving San Francisco Carbon Fund Grant Awards

Revised Regulations for the Safe Drug Disposal Information Ordinance

Regulation No. SFE 17-01-SDDIO implementing the Safe Drug Disposal Information Ordinance
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Resolution Adopting Citywide Biodiversity Goals

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resolution_004-17-coe_biodiversity.pdf 41.71 KB

Resolution Adopting a Reduced Risk Pesticide List for 2017

Resolution Affirming the Commission's Commitment to Fight the Climate Crisis

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Resolution Endorsing the Redwood tree at 4 Montclair Terrace for Landmark Tree Status

Resolution endorsing the Redwood tree (Sequoia sempervirens) at 4 Montclair Terrace (Assessor’s Block 0068, Lot 011) for Landmark Status, pursuant to Public Works Code Section 810(b)