Are you in compliance with organics recycling regulations?

Are you compliant with

Organic Waste Recycling Mandates?

What is organic waste?

Organic waste includes food scraps, yard waste, wood, food-soiled paper products that when thrown away, undergo anaerobic decomposition and produce methane, a harmful greenhouse gas. Discarded organic waste is a key reason that landfills are the third largest source of methane, and regional leaders across the country are taking note.

States and cities are implementing organic waste recycling mandates, prohibiting businesses and households from trashing organic waste. Maryland and Denver are some recent examples, and US Congress has introduced bills to target organic waste reduction.

If you’re a business in California, mandatory organic waste recycling is already here, and come January 1, 2022, food wholesalers & distributors must donate all edible food and track donations. Link can help with your edible food donation tracking & reporting and ensure your operation is set up for compliance.

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Why recycle organic waste?

Recycling food scraps doesn’t have to be tricky, and having the right partner to help manage your program can save costs. Check out these tips and tricks for your operation and start recycling your operation’s organic waste today.

Managing Your Waste Streams Sustainably

Getting a handle on all materials leaving your facility is an important step to tackling your waste diversion goals, and Link can help you get there.

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