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Stewardship Statistics

Stewardship Statistics

Energy

Photovoltaic projects save 3,200 MBtu and $103,000 annually.

LED Street & parking lot lights save 2,246 MBtu and $82,000 annually.

“Dog Zebra” campaign to spread energy awareness and conserve resources.

Trash Removal

NBSD collects an average of 8,000 to 10,000 lbs of trash from Chollas Creek annually, reducing contamination in the San Diego Bay.

Recycling

An average of 26,800 tons (62% diversion rate) of municipal solid waste diverted from landfills, which is an economic benefit of $1.4M.

An innovative furniture reuse program which diverts 732.9 tons from landfills with a total cost avoidance of $6.4M.

A Bilge Oily Waste Treatment System which processes 17.5M gallons of bilge water recovering $1.05M in fuel.

Water

Smart irrigation controllers save four plus million gallons of water annually.

 

Artificial turf projects saved more than 5.9M  gallons of water annually.

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