Where Do I Recycle...
In the third quarter of 2019, CalRecycle will transition away from the current Disposal Reporting System (DRS) to a brand-new Recycling and Disposal Reporting System (RDRS). Businesses that are required to report must register in the Recycling and Disposal Reporting System (RDRS) by April 30, 2019. CalRecycle will be hosting workshops on March 20 and 21 to help businesses understand the new system.
Beginning in summer of 2018, California experienced a series of fast-moving wildfires that claimed lives and caused significant damage to communities throughout California. The Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) is the lead state agency on disaster response. CalRecycle has additional information for residents and debris cleanup contractors.
California is ramping up organic waste recycling to combat climate change, reduce pollution, and improve the health and wellbeing of its communities. Achieving the state’s ambitious targets will require at least 50 new recycling facilities. Use this EJ mapping tool to find the existing facilities near you, check out past inspection reports, and participate in future siting decisions that will impact your neighborhood.