The City’s Sustainability Program was established in 2007 to develop, coordinate, and support city-wide sustainability goals and initiatives. This office helps foster a culture of sustainability by providing presentations on how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle and by connecting you with local businesses and organizations that specialize in sustainable enterprises.
Ultimately, we are looking to efficiently preserve our resources while saving taxpayer dollars.
El Paso Environmental Summit
Friday, October 10, 2014 | 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM This annual summit, organized by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, celebrates our community's sustainability efforts and helps develop a strategy to advance our environmental goals. To learn more, please contact BaldwinLD@elpasotexas.gov.
A Waste Reuse Compost Pilot was recently approved by our City Council to allow our Zoo department to divert almost three tons of herbivore waste to a local compost facility instead of sending it to the City's landfill!Read More
Join us for the third year of our Green Business Challenge! We welcome all businesses, large and small, to challenge themselves to reduce their energy and join the forty other businesses also committed to learning more about how they can “go green!”
By Spring of 2015, the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority hopes to have a small bike share system downtown with connections to UTEP and EPCC’s downtown campus.Read More