Residential Organics Recycling
State law (SB1383) requires businesses to establish recycling and organics collection services.
These laws apply to all business types including for-profit, non-profit, multifamily residential properties, government offices and industrial facilities.
|Did you know that methane released from decomposing organic waste in our landfills is more harmful to the environment than carbon dioxide?|
Methane is a large contributor to climate change issues such as:
|To address this issue, California has set the goal of reducing organic waste in our landfills by 75% by 2025 with the new law, SB 1383. This law will help to both recycle and recover organic waste, helping to decrease greenhouse gas emissions!|
Recycled Organics has multiples uses:
Recovered Organics means limiting food waste:
For more information about the law, visit www.calrecycle.ca.gov/organics/slcp/.
Visit the City of Menifee's office to pick up a FREE kitchen pail* today.
Address: 29995 Evans Rd, Menifee, CA 92532.
OR Look for us at your next local community event to receive your FREE kitchen pail!
*While supplies last.
By law, multi-family properties are required to provide their tenants with recycling and organics collection services and information. Reach out to your property landlord to ensure they are aware.
Need a consultation?
Consultations are free through Menifee Business Assistance Program. Also make sure to visit our Commercial Recycling Page to learn more about your bin set up, bin signage, and training requirements.
The City understands the strain that even the smallest additional monthly expense can have on vulnerable households. This is why Menifee has worked with our hauler, Waste Management, to phase in bill increases:
- Menifee Residents will see the new expense phased in over a period of two years. See current rates here.
- Menifee Senior Residents will see the new expense phased in over a period of three year
- All Residents may be eligible to request an extra recycling cart from their local waste hauler at no extra charge.
- Contact Waste Management to request one.