From Farm to Fork and Back Again: New California Law Seeks to Close Food Waste Loop

California’s regulations governing organic food waste became more stringent on September 28, 2014, as Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1826 into law.  The law requires commercial generators of food waste to have it composted or transformed to energy via anaerobic digestion.The law will phase in starting in July 2015 on an incremental basis. It will require commercial producers of at least 200 tons of organic waste per year to arrange to have waste composted and/or digested anaerobically …READ MORE

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