For AB 1826 Covered Generators

California law (Assembly Bill 1826) requires businesses and multifamily dwellings of five or more units to recycle organic waste. Organic waste is defined as food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, non-hazardous wood waste, and food-soiled paper waste that is mixed in with food waste.
This form is intended to collect data about commercial business waste streams. The information provided will be used to determine eligibility for cost-saving, optimized waste collection services for businesses impacted by AB 1826 and/or to identify those that may be exempt*. 

*In accordance with CalRecycle regulations, businesses that produce less than ½ cubic yard of organic waste per week may be exempt from the requirements of AB 1826.

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* 1. Please fill out business information:

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* 2. Type of Business:

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* 3. Does this business share a trash or recycling container with other businesses (Ex. Businesses in a commercial plaza)?

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* 4. If known, please list facilities/property manager contact information below.

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* 5. What is the estimated percentage of materials your business produces to your total waste flow?

  0% 1%-25% 26%-50% 51%-75% 76%-100%
Cardboard
Food/Organics
Glass/Jars
Lumber / Clean Wood / Pallets
Metals
Mixed Materials (C&D)
Paper
Plastics
Salvaged Items
Textiles
Trash/Landfill

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* 6. Please describe all recycling & organics diversion programs already in place.

List all material types recycled such as food waste, green waste, cardboard, bottles/cans, plastic film, plastic/wood pallets, food donations, etc., if applicable. Responses must include: Material Type, Method of Transportation (pickup from site or self-haul to another location), and Destination of Donated/Recycled Materials.

Example: “Beverage Containers are self-hauled to Recycle Zone (Fairfield, CA) where it is sold back at CRV rate.”

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