California's Organic Waste Recycling Mandate
Working Together For Our Future
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The Resource Recovery Coalition of California represents more than 34 refuse and recycling companies, operating material recovery facilities, transfer stations, green waste composting facilities, construction and demolition facilities and a growing number of anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities producing “net negative” fuel for solid waste/recycling trucks, renewable natural gas for pipeline use and the production of electricity.
RRCC members are working to achieve California’s goal of diverting 75% of the state’s waste from landfills by the year 2020, resulting in a GHG reduction of over 150 MMTCO2 by that date. We also support the goals of SB 1383 (Lara), ultimately diverting a target of 75% of our organics from landfills by 2025, to help achieve an overall reduction in methane by 40% below 2014 levels by 2030.
We are committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by diverting organics from landfills through the use of low-carbon fuels, improved air quality, the production of renewable
energy, and the use of compostable
materials to improve the health and resilience of California soils. RRCC is working together for our future.
Click on a company below to learn more about how they are working with their local jurisdictions to help meet California’s organic waste recycling regulations.
Aces Waste Disposal | Ione, CA
Atlas Disposal | Sacramento, CA
Gilton Solid Waste Management | Oakdale, CA
Intermountain Disposal | Portola, CA
Marin Sanitary Service | San Rafael, CA
Napa Recycling & Waste Services | Napa, CA
RJR Environmental Professional Services | Hollister, CA
South San Francisco Scavenger Company and Blue Line Transfer | South San Francisco, CA
Tule Trash Co./American Refuse | Pixley, CA
Turlock Scavenger Company | Turlock, CA
Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling | St. Helena, CA
Zero Waste Energy Development Company | San Jose, CA