It will take several years to find out for sure, but the world’s fifth-largest economy will likely force changes far beyond the state’s borders. National Geographic, Jul. 7, 2022
California company says it helped divert 1.3 million tons of recyclable and compostable materials from landfills last year. Waste Today Magazine, Jun. 23, 2022
Inspiring many of us within Recology, and many more in our communities, with his words, Aaron was awarded the prestigious 2021 Regional Driver of the Year award from the National Waste & Recycling Association.
Recology is proud to announce that 5 Recology employee-owners were honored today at the 2022 Waste Expo conference for their outstanding safety records and commitment to the communities they serve.
Californians throw away nearly six million tons of food scraps each year, according to data from CalRecycle. A new state law that went into effect this year requires cities and counties to separate organic matter from other trash in hopes of reducing food waste in landfills. Spectrum News 1, Apr. 22, 2022\
As San Francisco leads the nation as one of the greenest cities, we celebrate the efforts to reduce plastic through education, business, and government. Recology’s robust recycling facility, San Francisco’s ReThink Disposable program, and Dispatch Goods’ reusable container program for restaurants are examples of the environmental ethic that is instilled in San Francisco. SFGovTV, Apr. […]
California company says collecting food scraps cuts CO2 emissions and adds carbon as a soil nutrient. WasteToday, Apr. 11, 2022
How Will It Work In LA And What Are We All Expected To Do? LAist, Apr. 6, 2022
California has set itself an ambitious goal – to reduce the amount of food scraps and yard waste that go to landfills by 75 percent. KQED, Mar. 3, 2022