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Are you ready for the Inspection and Recordkeeping requirements of SB 1383? Have you started the report for your jurisdiction due on April 1, 2022? And how is it different from the reports due August 1, 2022 and October 1, 2022? R3 is ready to help you get up to speed with inspections, recordkeeping, and […]

Are you ready for the Inspection and Recordkeeping requirements of SB 1383? Have you started the report for your jurisdiction due on April 1, 2022? And how is it different from the reports due August 1, 2022 and October 1, 2022? R3 is ready to help you get up to speed with inspections, recordkeeping, and […]

We are quickly moving forward into 2022 – it’s already mid-March?! – and with that, comes one of the biggest changes in R3 history. Founder and former Principal, Richard Tagore-Erwin, is transitioning into his new role of Sr. Project Advisor! In this new role, he will leverage his 30+ years of solid waste industry experience […]

Has anyone maybe heard of Organic Materials recently? Food Scraps vs. Food Waste vs. Edible Food? New state law, SB 1383? Recordkeeping? Compostables? Is your head spinning yet?! To sum it up – Senate Bill 1383, also known as the Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Act, is the largest change to the waste and recycling industries in […]

City of Riverside

R3 first conducted an evaluation of the City of Riverside (City)’s organics collection program, which included reviewing the City’s municipal code, franchise agreement, and commercial solid waste rates; disposal, transfer and processing options and capabilities, commercial customer practices, available food recovery program options, and waste hauler involvement in the provision of services. As part of this […]

Thanks to an increasingly environmentally-conscious public and pressure on corporations to be responsible producers and make sustainability pledges, 2019 has been a busy year for environmental legislation in California. Here’s a sampling of pro-environment legislation that has either been approved or may be revisited in the 2020 session: Signed by Governor in 2019: AB 827 […]