Under the new SB 1383 legislation, how do we dispose of organic waste—and how close to meeting the 2025 goals are we? • Sacramento News & Review

By the state's own calculations, 100 to 150 additional compost and anaerobic digester facilities are needed to meet the goals of SB 1383. Share on ...

July 13, 2022
6:38 AM

By the state's own calculations, 100 to 150 additional compost and anaerobic digester facilities are needed to meet the goals of SB 1383. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on RedditShare on PinterestDespite the clear benefits the new organic waste bill is bringing to our state, there are realities on the ground. The biggest one? Infrastructure. What does that mean exactly? Well, it is one thing to collect organic waste from homes and businesses, keeping it out of landfills, but it still has to go somewhere.

Jeff vonKaenel