New recycling mandates discussed by Menifee City Council

The Menifee City Council spent much of its time Wednesday, Feb. 3, trying to figure out the newest state recycling mandates that will require people to place food waste and green waste into separate bins within the next two years.The state Senate Bill 1383 mandated that much of California business and residents will need to deposit their unused food wastes into a green waste recycling canister that will be issued to them by the city’ contracted Waste Management company to help cut down the toxic gases emanating from waste disposal sites. Still residents may apply for a temporary exemption to the rule because of cost.Commercial restaurant businesses will also be required to recycle both usable, but unused foods to the needy and recycle their food wastes in a separate container or
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