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Environmental Programs 909-620-3628

environmental

The Environmental Programs Section strives to protect and conserve our natural resources through education, planning,waste reduction, recycling, and pollution prevention.  This section is responsible for the implementation, promotion, and management of the City’s waste reduction and recycling programs, Energy Efficiency projects, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program, and Water Conservation.


Congratulations to the City of Pomona for being awarded a Rubberized Pavement Grant Program for FY2014/2015 for Street Rehabilitation and Street Improvements Citywide.  Click below for letter.

CalRecycle Project Acknowledgement

 


 

Energy Efficiency

Recycling Programs

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program

Water Conservation

Reduce your Energy Usage and Costs....

 Looking for more ways to reduce energy usage and energy costs in your home or business?  Visit www.sgvenergywise.org

The City of Pomona participates in the San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership (SGVEWP), in partnership with the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments, Southern California Edison, and Southern California Gas Company.  The SGVEWP helps the City and its residents and business owners reduce their energy usage and costs.  You can find out more about the SGVEWP and find out more about what you can do at www.sgvenergywise.org.

 

HERO PROGRAM FOR POMONA RESIDENTS...

The WRCOG HERO Program is offered through a partnership between Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) and Renovate America, Inc. The Program’s purpose is to provide relatively low interest rate financing to spark the local economy by creating jobs and reducing utility costs, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Program provides HERO Financing for permanently affixed energy efficiency, water efficiency, and renewable energy products (Eligible Products). HERO Financing is repaid through an assessment on your property tax bill over 5-20 years, based on the useful life of the products, and upon sale of the property, the balance generally stays with the property.

For more information, please visit the HERO website for Pomona residents. 

HERO Program can be located at https://www.heroprogram.com/

 


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