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Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling

Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling

State of California’s Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling Regulation
Effective April 2016

With the passage of AB 1826, new organic recycling requirements will be phased in over several years and will help the state meet its goal to recycle 75 percent of its waste by 2020. Businesses, including public entities and multifamily complexes of five units or more are required to recycle their organic waste on and afier April l, 20l6, depending on the amount of waste they generate per week.

Over the next several months, the City and MG Disposal will contact qualified businesses to introduce a new commercial food waste recycling program to help comply with the new state requirements. ln the meantime, checkout the following resources to learn how you can start saving money and reducing food waste today!

USEPA Food Recovery Challenge
A Guide to Conducting and Analyzing a Food Waste Assessment (EPA)
Reducing Waste Food & Packaging - A Guide for Food Services and Restaurants (EPA)

Visit http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/recycle/commercial/organics/FAQ.htm to learn more about the State of California’s Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling Law.