Resources and Tools to Help you Save Energy, Water, and Reduce Waste
Would you like to know more about what steps the City of Manhattan Beach is taking to preserve natural resources and protect the environment? Several of these actions not only save the planet, but have saved the City money as well--and can do the same for you!
If you need to more information on how you can be more energy and water efficient, and how you can move towards zero waste, please refer to the resources below. You can also take a virtual "green" tour of the city by visiting the Sustainable Living in Manhattan Beach website.
The webpages below will direct you to information on:
- energy efficiency, including climate change, renewable energy, and electric vehicles;
- the water conservation ordinance and permanent water conservation measures; and
- zero waste tips, including programs to help you properly dispose of household hazardous waste and unwanted medications, destroy documents, or donate used goods.
The Additional Environmental Resources section has further tools and referrals to organizations that can help you reduce your environmental footprint.
Please direct questions to the City's Public Works Department at (310) 802-5313.