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- No rate Change for Novato Sanitary District Residential Garbage Service.
October 26, 2012—Novato Sanitary District's residential garbage disposal charges are the lowest in the area and will not increase this year.
- Regulators and Novato Sanitary District Finalize Settlement Agreement
October 16, 2012— Novato Sanitary District reaches settlement agreement with San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board.
- US Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Tours Novato Recycled Water Project
November 10, 2011— Novato Sanitary District Welcomes Federal Officials on a tour of their Recycled Water Project.
- Board President Bill Long Received Environmental Stewardship Award
September 29, 2011— ...Board President Bill Long received the Environmental Stewardship Award from the North Bay Leadership Council...
- Free Countertop Composting Buckets for Customers
August 15, 2011— Composting Reduces Greenhouse Gases, Preserves Landfill Space.
- Director Jim Fritz Retires from Novato Sanitary District Board of Directors
April 1, 2011— Following over a decade of service to the community, Director Fritz Retired.
- Novato Sanitary District Approved Zero Waste Agreement
March 25, 2011— Zero Waste Plan with Novato Disposal Will Achieve Phenomenal Increases in Recycling and Composting at minimal Cost to Novato Customers.
- District Recovers all Funds from 2009 Cyber Theft
August 9, 2010— With the diligence of the District staff and cooperation of Bank of Marin, the District recovered all of the money taken in a 2009 cyber theft...
- Novato Sanitary Participates In Earth Day
April 19, 2010— Management and staff are participating in a variety of Earth Day activities throughout the week.
- No Rate Increase For Garbage Service In 2010
March 9, 2010— Garbage Service in Novato to Remain Lowest in Marin County.
- New Food Waste Composting, Recycling And Incentive Program
February 8, 2010— Program Will Save $55,000 Each Year for Schools.
- Staff Active in Community Events
May 22, 2013— ...kids and adults learned about fishing, sportsmanship, nature, the environment and the importance of recycling... Novato Advance Online
- Novato Sanitary District Recycling Plant Makes a Splash
October 11, 2012— The plant will save Novato 150 million gallons of water a year ...Marin Independent Journal
- Novato's $6 Million Water Recycling Plant Nears Completion
July 9, 2012— ...the August opening of a $6 million recycling plant that will save Novato 150 million gallons of water a year. Marin Independent Journal
- Educational Entertainment
May 2012— Novato Sanitary District joins with five other local agencies to create crowd-pleasing educational programs for local schools. Treatment Plant Operator Magazine
- The District Supports Birds and Preserves Open Space While Saving Funds
December 19, 2011— The District utilizes an environmentally smart, low-cost way to use its high-quality, treated wastewater... Bay Nature Magazine
- Marin Projects Get Funding Help
August 20, 2011— Two new water recycling plants in north San Rafael and Novato... Marin Independent Journal
- Novato Sanitary District Approved Zero-Waste Agreement
March 15, 2011— Novato Sanitary District agreed to amend its Franchise Agreement toward achieving Zero Waste Goals at minimal cost to Novato residents. The Novato Patch
- Novato Sanitary District, Historical Society
September 1925, The Novato Advance Archives—
...a very important election will be held affecting every resident of Novato. The sanitary district deals with the health of the community.