Receiving Dock Receipt, 07/22/2014
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Our Vice President and General Manager took recyclable CRV containers to Mi Pueblo Foods of San Jose, Inc.'s East Palo Alto store today for a paltry amount of cash (US$ 3.55.)
It raises direly needed funds for DSBE's operations, but more importantly lays groundwork for a lawsuit against Mi Pueblo which will provide the basis of a class action and hopefully compell them to abide by the regulations of the State of California's Department of Conservation.
Recycling Bin at the East Palo Alto Senior Center
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(Background: Jorge Gamboa is the Receiving Manager for the East Palo Alto Mi Pueblo. Joel is his boss, in charge of the receiving operations of all 22 Mi Pueblo stores. This letter was written to Jorge after Sauber's VP & General Manager had noticed a homeless man in a wheelchair carrying bags of CRV recyclables and loitering about the Ravenswood shopping center in front of Mi Pueblo.
(The following is a letter sent from the Management Analyst for Environmental Programs of the City of East Palo Alto to the Vice President and General Manager of the Sauber Janitorial Services division of DSBE. It is in reply to his request she independently confirm to the State of California's Department of Conservation his observations Mi Pueblo of San Jose, Inc.'s East Palo Alto store is not in compliance with the State's regulations.)
Glass og metall - miljøstasjon
Glass and Metal Recycling Stations, Norway