Listed below are recent posts across all of CalRecyle's blogs.
Have you thrown away food because you weren’t sure what the label meant? You’re not alone! The average family wastes $1,500 to $1,800 worth of food each year, thanks in part to confusing food labels.Posted on In the Loop on Jul 9, 2018
Did you know California law requires businesses, including multifamily complexes, to arrange for recycling services?
Commonly recycled materials include cardboard, paper, plastics, and metals, and recycling programs are expanding to include organic materials such as food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, nonhazardous wood waste, and food-soiled paper.
Click on this link to submit your concerns if your apartment complex, or business near you, has not arranged for recycling services.
CalRecycle has additional online resources where you can submit feedback and concerns about recycling programs or other environmental problems in your community.Posted on In the Loop by Lance Klug on Jun 25, 2018
Why do we reduce, reuse, recycle, reclaim, repurpose, reinvent, and reimagine? Because continuous effort is the key to protecting our planet.Posted on In the Loop by CalRecycle Staff on May 3, 2018