• Managing Food Waste with Bugs

    On the UC Davis campus, a group of researchers is breeding lots of bugs. I mean, a lot. The university researchers are exploring how to use black soldier fly larvae to break down organic waste—like almonds, wine waste, and tomatoes—and convert it into useful products. Full story…
    (Posted by Syd Fong on Sep 30, 2019)
  • California Resource Recovery Association: A Culture of Zero Waste

    (Posted by - TC Clark on Aug 22, 2019)
  • CalRecycle Releases Draft EIR for SB 1383 Regulations

    CalRecycle has released its Draft Program Environmental Impact Report for the statewide adoption of regulations for Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: Organic Waste Methane Emission Reduction (SB 1383, Lara, Chapter 395, Statutes of 2016). Not quite sure what an EIR is? That’s OK. We’ve got you covered! Full story…
    (Posted by Christina Files on Aug 5, 2019)
  • CalRecycle Gardening Tips, Word for Word

    The weather is warming and you’re finding yourself out in your yard a lot more these days. If you’re looking for ways to make your garden a little more sustainable and eco-friendly, here are some concepts to consider Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on Jun 10, 2019)
  • The Dirt on Composting: A Guide for Beginners

    The following are different methods to create compost. Each is unique, but all are helpful to you and the environment. Full story…
    (Posted by TC Clark on May 29, 2019)
  • Environmental Justice: Inclusive Decision-Making

    Last month I traveled to Lamont to present to community members about CalRecycle’s Environmental Justice Program, SB 1383 regulations and the estimated 50 to 100 new large-scale organic waste facilities that will be built in the state as a result, and how to participate in the formal rulemaking process. Full story…
    (Posted by Ciaran Gallagher, CalRecycle Capital Fellow on May 6, 2019)