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  • Illegal Dumping in Illegal Dumping in Illegal Dumping in Illegal Dumping in Bayview Hunters Point Bayview Hunters Point Bayview Hunters Point Bayview Hunters Point September 12, 2016

  • Discarded Lights and Used Motor Oil

  • Discarded Containers and Litter

  • Tires

  • Abandoned Drum with Hazardous Waste

  • Abandoned Materials on Sidewalks

  • Stains on Ground from Releases

  • Dumping Hot Spots

  • Yosemite Slough Upland Area Van Dyke

  • Cars, boatstar equipment?

  • Construction Waste

    Photo provided by Literacy for Environmental Justice

  • Homeless encampments

  • Partnerships Prevention, Clean-up, Enforcement

    San Francisco Conservation

    Corps

    SF Public Works

    Recology SF

    District Attorney

    SF Environment

    Literacy for Environmental

    Justice

    SF Department of Public Health

    BVHP EJ Task Force

    SF City Attorney

    SF Police Department

    SF Department of Homelessness

    SF 311 Residents SF MTA

    District Supervisor

    California Air Resources Board

    Greenaction for Health and Environmental

    Justice

  • Bayview Hunters Point Environmental Justice Response Task Force bvhp-ivan.org

  • Public Outreach and Education

  • Community Education to Prevent Used Oil Pollution and Encourage Reporting of Illegal Dumping to 311

  • Conduct Brownfield Site Assessment

  • Opportunities for Collaboration

  • 2013 SF Environment All Rights ReservedThe author of this document has secured the necessary permission to use all the images depicted in this

    presentation. Permission to reuse or repurpose the graphics in this document should not be assumed nor is it transferable for any other use. Please do not reproduce or broadcast any content from this document without

    written permission from the holder of copyright.

    Thank you.

    Sraddha MehtaSenior Environmental Justice SpecialistSraddha.Mehta@sfgov.org(415) 355-3723

  • SF Department of Public Healths Role in Managing Abandoned Hazardous Waste

    Jeff NalleSenior Environmental Health InspectorSan Francisco Department of Public Health

  • SF Department of Public Healths Role in Managing Abandoned Hazardous Waste

    Jeff NalleSenior Environmental Health InspectorSan Francisco Department of Public HealthJeff.Nalle@sfdph.org(415) 252-3976

  • Ian Schneider

    San Francisco Public Works

    Outreach & Enforcement (OnE) Team

  • Outreach and Enforcement (OnE) Team overview

    311-based service requests

    Supervisors offices

    Other City Agencies

    Recology Sunset Scavenger

    Community/Neighborhood/Merchant groups

  • Public Works Outreach and Enforcementillegal dumping violation examples

  • Street and Sidewalk CleaningMarch-May, 2016

    311 data for District 10:

    4,920 service requests

    2,828 (57%) to Public Works,

    1,939 (39%) to Recology

    1,675 (34%) are bulky items,

    461 (9%) are hazardous material,

    965 (20%) are encampment-related

    961 (20%) are in Bayview, Hunters

    Point, India Basin neighborhoods

  • Public Works Outreach and EnforcementMarch-May, 2016

    279 incidents recorded in District 10

    106 (38%) outreach incidents,

    146 (52%) Notices of Violation,

    29 (10%) citations

    22 incidents (8%) refer directly to

    illegal dumping,

    42 (15%) refer directly to lack of

    garbage collection service,

    113 (41%) refer directly to nuisance

    conditions

    124 (44%) are in Bayview - Hunters

    Point neighborhoods

    $3,100 collected in citation payments

    from citations issued in this time period

  • Possible Solutions

    Better Lighting

    Camera installation and public/private partnership

    Targeted enforcement

    Property owner and merchant coordination

    Interagency collaboration

  • www.sfpublicworks.org

  • Recology San Franciscos Role in Managing Abandoned Materials

    Paul GiustiCommunity and Government Affairs Manager Recology San Francisco

  • Recologys Abandoned Materials Collection

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