What You Need to Know About SB 1383
What is all this talk about SB 1383? In short, it's a Senate Bill Governor Brown signed into law in September 2016 – intended to support California's short-lived climate pollutant reduction strategy. Scientists tell us that greenhouse gasses released by human activities, like landfilling food and yard waste, cause climate change. To respond to this climate crisis, California implemented statewide organic waste recycling and surplus food recovery. 2022 Regulation: Recycled-Content Paper Requirements Beginning January 1,…Read More »
Earth Day Ideas that ‘Work’
How to make your workplace a bit greener this Earth Day Earth Day is Friday, April 22nd. Large scale sustainability initiatives to company practices, design, and product usage is great for a workplace, we encourage it; however, it can sometimes be difficult to get everyone on the same page. In order to make a impact, the best way to approach and achieve sustainability goals is to start with you! A little eco-friendly change in your…Read More »
Is Your Business Ready to Go Green?
Whether you're ready or not, California is making moves towards a greener workday. Starting January 1, 2022 jurisdictions (cities, counties, cities and counties, or special districts that provide solid waste collection services) will be required to purchase recycled-content paper products that are recyclable. SB 1363 builds upon existing laws that require jurisdictions to purchase products that contain minimum recycled content, and adds additional requirements on product recyclability and recordkeeping. So what types of products are…Read More »