• Spotlight: 5 Projects, Laws, and Programs to Watch in 2019

    CalRecycle has a busy year ahead as we work to protect public health and the environment. Check out these new projects, laws, and programs, and stay tuned for regular updates. Full story…
    (Posted by Christina Files on Mar 21, 2019)
  • CalRecycle March Monthly Public Meeting

    Show up or tune in to CalRecycle’s monthly public meeting and find out what we’re up to! Full story…
    (Posted by CalRecycle staff on Mar 18, 2019)
  • Weather Stops Work on Camp Fire Debris Removal

    The Incident Management Team for Camp Fire debris removal operations in Butte County has ordered the temporary demobilization all wildfire debris removal crews until March 19, 2019. The recent string of wet weather has created unsafe conditions with oversaturated soil for debris removal workers and truck drivers while limiting the ability of designated landfills to accept material. Full story…
    (Posted by Lance Klug on Mar 12, 2019)
  • CalRecycle Awards $71,000 to Clear Illegal Dumpsites

    The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery is awarding $71,132 in cleanup grants to restore public nature areas and animal grazing land in Lassen and Madera counties. Full story…
    (Posted by Lance Klug on Feb 28, 2019)
  • My Time as a CalRecycle Student Assistant

    It's safe to say that a year ago, I knew very little about the recycling industry in California. But since I joined CalRecycle’s Knowledge Integration Section as a Student Assistant in April of last year, I have become somewhat of an expert. Full story…
    (Posted by Juliet Vaughn on Feb 4, 2019)
  • Local Economies Get Green Boost: $5.3 Million

    CalRecycle approved $5.3 million in loans to two California companies to create new jobs, increase recycling infrastructure, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in California. The financing will help Peninsula Plastics Recycling, Inc. of Turlock (Stanislaus County) and U.S. Rubber Recycling, Inc. of Grand Terrace (San Bernardino County) expand their workforce while making use of an additional 17,300 tons of California-generated waste tires and plastic each year. Full story…
    (Posted by Lance Klug on Jan 28, 2019)