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New California law requires more detailed disposal reporting

From Waste Today. Recycling and waste management companies in California are now required to report waste disposal, organics and recycling data to the state's waste management agency. AB 901 went into effect July 1, establishing the Recycling and Disposal Facility Reporting System law to require select businesses to report the types, quantities and destinations of materials that are disposed of, sold or transferred.
The following businesses will be reporting directly to the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) on a quarterly basis:
  • recycling facilities; 
  • composting facilities; 
  • disposal facilities, including landfills; 
  • transformation facilities; 
  • engineered municipal solid waste conversion facilities; 
  • transfer/processor facilities; 
  • contract haulers; 
  • good waste self-haulers; 
  • brokers; and 
  • transporters.

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