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New California Laws for Organics Recycling, Infrastructure in 2016

The Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery has composed a year-end roundup of new legislation that furthers California’s environmental progress in 2016 and beyond. 

Among the new statutes taking effect in 2016 are those that improve organics management, create tax incentives to increase the state’s recycling infrastructure, and bolster CalRecycle’s ability to collect recycling and disposal data.

The agency said that each piece of legislation promises to be a valuable tool in implementation of the state’s overall waste management strategy.

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