Senate Bill 1383, or SB1383 for short, is a new law that recently passed requiring California businesses and residents to compost or recycle their food waste. This means wasted food from the refrigerator, expired items, and table scraps. If you’re already composting at home, you’ve got a head start!
In this episode, Paul Clemens, Deputy Director of Public Works, tells us why the law changed, how it impacts local Trash services and answers a few questions about the best ways to follow the new regulations.
With careful planning and better food recycling resources, our community can help address hunger and protect the environment at the same time.
Learn more about SB1383 on the Solid Waste website>>
Listen to the transcript here>>
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