REDUCE YOUR GENERATION OF WASTE.
Bring only what you need to have a good time. Don’t
bring everything “and the kitchen sink” to the beach!
REUSE AS MANY ITEMS AS POSSIBLE.
Bring your food and drinks in reusable containers.
RECYCLE EVERYTHING YOU CAN!
Paper, rigid plastic, metal, glass, and cardboard.
80% of materials can be recycled!
Not sure where it goes? Visit
greenoceanside.org and click on
the Road to Zero Waste page for the
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Right widget
to see what is recyclable in Oceanside.
Road to Waste ZERO
LEAVE NO TRACE. When it’s time to leave, remember
to take home what you bring with you and remove your trash.
Hold a mini family beach cleanup and don’t forget to pick up
all the beach toys.
Learn more about a Zero Waste Beach
Day on the PBS special Curiosity Quest
Goes Green hosted by Joel Greene. Scan
the code to watch the complete episode.
Thank you for joining Oceanside on the Road to Zero
Waste. Please remember takenothingbutpictures
and leave nothing but footprints when visiting
ZERO WASTE BEACH DAY
HOW TO HAVE A
For more information on the city’s environmental events and programs, please visit greenoceanside.org.
Oceanside is on the Road to Zero Waste and is dedicated to providing
visitors and residents with clean, beautiful beaches and coastline.
You can help by following the 3 Rs: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
Ditch the disposables!
Say “No” to foam, plastic,
and plastic bags.
and beach bag
cups, and utensils