Category Archives: Gold Coast/EJ Harrison

Take Advantage of E.J. Harrison’s NEW Enhanced Residential & Commercial Services

With the holidays just around the corner, take advantage of E.J. Harrison’s TRASH removal services, find out more:

Take Advantage of E.J. Harrison’s NEW Enhanced Residential & Commercial Services

With the holidays just around the corner, take advantage of E.J. Harrison’s TRASH removal services, find out more:

GREEN SCHOOLS: City of Ventura’s Food Waste Collection and Composting Program PODCAST

Since 2013, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division has been offering recycling and composting programs in conjunction with E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling to schools within the Ventura Unified School District. The purpose of the program is

GREEN SCHOOLS: City of Ventura’s Food Waste Collection and Composting Program PODCAST

Since 2013, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division has been offering recycling and composting programs in conjunction with E.J. Harrison and Sons and Gold Coast Recycling to schools within the Ventura Unified School District. The purpose of the program is

New and enhanced residential & commercial services from E.J. Harrison & Sons

This past July 2016, Ventura City Council granted a 10-year franchise renewal agreement to EJ Harrison & Sons, Inc., for the collection, sweeping, diversion, and disposal of solid waste, and collection and transport for processing of organic waste and recyclable

New and enhanced residential & commercial services from E.J. Harrison & Sons

This past July 2016, Ventura City Council granted a 10-year franchise renewal agreement to EJ Harrison & Sons, Inc., for the collection, sweeping, diversion, and disposal of solid waste, and collection and transport for processing of organic waste and recyclable

New Enhanced Residential & Commercial Services from E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.

This past July 2016, The City of Ventura granted a 10 year franchise renewal agreement to EJ Harrison & Sons, Inc. for solid waste collection and recycling services. The City of Ventura, in partnership with E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.,

New Enhanced Residential & Commercial Services from E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.

This past July 2016, The City of Ventura granted a 10 year franchise renewal agreement to EJ Harrison & Sons, Inc. for solid waste collection and recycling services. The City of Ventura, in partnership with E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.,

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips When it comes to recycling, ever wonder what goes where? The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability’s NEW brochure takes all the guesswork out of recycling offering helpful tips, location drop-offs, and other information regarding your recyclables.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips When it comes to recycling, ever wonder what goes where? The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability’s NEW brochure takes all the guesswork out of recycling offering helpful tips, location drop-offs, and other information regarding your recyclables.

And the Winner is…2013 Green School Awards Announced

[slideshow] Each year the Green School Award Program, sponsored by the City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division in partnership with Agromin Premium Soil Products, recognizes a school that demonstrates exemplary efforts to help the environment. This year, on November 18,

And the Winner is…2013 Green School Awards Announced

[slideshow] Each year the Green School Award Program, sponsored by the City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division in partnership with Agromin Premium Soil Products, recognizes a school that demonstrates exemplary efforts to help the environment. This year, on November 18,

Big Bellies: Taking A Big Bite Out of Trash

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHoS3r6TSoo] This past August, The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division, in partnership with the Downtown Ventura Partners (DVP),  installed 30 Big Belly trash and recycling bins. These containers are state-of-the-art, using solar power to self-compact trash, which reduces the

Big Bellies: Taking A Big Bite Out of Trash

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHoS3r6TSoo] This past August, The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division, in partnership with the Downtown Ventura Partners (DVP),  installed 30 Big Belly trash and recycling bins. These containers are state-of-the-art, using solar power to self-compact trash, which reduces the

Ventura County Fair Food Waste Program is a Big Hit

[slideshow] It is estimated that up to 15% of the waste that goes to the landfill is food waste that can be composted. A number of businesses in Ventura are already on board with the E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.

Ventura County Fair Food Waste Program is a Big Hit

[slideshow] It is estimated that up to 15% of the waste that goes to the landfill is food waste that can be composted. A number of businesses in Ventura are already on board with the E.J. Harrison & Sons, Inc.

Read Sustainable Ventura August 2013 News

Read Sustainable Ventura’s August 2013 Newsletter! The City of Ventura and E.J. Harrison & Sons Help Property Owners Improve Recycling and Comply with AB 341 Enter Your Business for a CoolCalifornia Award SAVE THE DATE: 29th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day,

Read Sustainable Ventura August 2013 News

Read Sustainable Ventura’s August 2013 Newsletter! The City of Ventura and E.J. Harrison & Sons Help Property Owners Improve Recycling and Comply with AB 341 Enter Your Business for a CoolCalifornia Award SAVE THE DATE: 29th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day,

The City of Ventura and E.J. Harrison & Sons Unveil New Program to Help Property Owners Improve Recycling and Comply with New State Law

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s most recent data, Americans generate about 250 million tons of trash a year — or about 4.5 pounds per person, per day!  Much of this trash is generated by single-family and multi-family homes.

The City of Ventura and E.J. Harrison & Sons Unveil New Program to Help Property Owners Improve Recycling and Comply with New State Law

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s most recent data, Americans generate about 250 million tons of trash a year — or about 4.5 pounds per person, per day!  Much of this trash is generated by single-family and multi-family homes.