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B 341/Mandatory Commercial Recycling Program - Three Perspectives

AB 341 requires all businesses, large
apartment/condo complexes, and public entities to recycle beginning July 1, 2012.  Additionally, each jurisdiction is required to establish an accompanying public education, outreach and monitoring program to ensure compliance.  Our Annual Business Meeting will present perspectives from three different entities (County, City, and Private) on their plans to implement mandatory multifamily and commercial recycling programs.  Attend the meeting and learn about what others are doing to comply.  You don’t have to reinvent the wheel.

Presenters Include:

Howard Morris, City of Pomona.
Mandatory Recycling Program Overview
and City Perspective

Isabel Rios, OC Waste & Recycling
Orange County Perspective

Allan Company
Industry Perspective

Register Now!

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