Senate Bill 1383 Compliance Options and Opportunities
If food waste were a country, it would be the third-highest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions after the United States and China. Closer to home, reducing food waste sent to California landfills is a critical component of the state’s strategy to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. California lawmakers recognized the risks associated with landfilled food waste and passed Senate Bill 1383. This new law requires organic waste collection and recycling services to divert 75 percent of the state’s organic waste from landfills by 2025. That’s the equivalent of more than 20 million tons per year. Here are the technologies and facilities Anaergia has developed and implemented to meet this ambitious goal.Our Solutions
ANAERGIA IN CALIFORNIA
California’s new organic waste mandate – Senate Bill 1383 – set a goal of diverting 75% of organic waste, equivalent to 20 million tons per year, from statewide landfills by 2025. To help achieve this ambitious target, Anaergia is leveraging existing infrastructure at wastewater treatment plants and transfer stations using developed leading technologies and facilities that are active across California today.
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