The Refuse Separation Ordinance (No. 180646), effective July 1, 2019, requires that Large Refuse Generators in San Francisco have a recycling, composting, and trash audit every 3 years to ensure compliance with the City of San Francisco’s Mandatory Recycling and Composting Ordinance.
Recology fully supports stronger controls, greater transparency, and stricter accountability in the rate-setting process, which is why we are supporting Proposition F, Mayor Breed’s and Sup. Peskin’s Waste Collection & Disposal Ordinance.
Recology Inc. and its San Francisco companies today announced that they have entered into an agreement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California to resolve an investigation into Recology’s San Francisco companies’ actions related to the San Francisco Department of Public Works.
Since 1990, over 100 professional artists and twenty student artists have completed residencies in San Francisco. The studio is located at Recology San Francisco, a 47-acre facility that is also home to a three-acre sculpture garden containing work by former artists-in-residence.
Learn more about resource recovery and landfill diversion at the Environmental Learning Center (ELC). At the ELC you can take a tour, host a field trip, check out recycled art pieces, and meet our staff.