Mandating community service affects the union
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Additionally, ACWMA Ordinance 2008-01 requires businesses and institutions in Alameda County generating 4 or more cubic yards of garbage per week to separate all plant debris from garbage and recyclable materials.
She also said that 22 of the 23 CSU campuses have a community service learning program.
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