LA City Council is seeking state support for local organic waste diversion programs

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday called on the state to provide funding for organic waste diversion programs in Los Angeles and other California jurisdictions.

The resolution, introduced by Councilors Mitch O’Farrell and Paul Krekorian, claims that Senate Bill 45 will help Los Angeles and other cities meet the requirements of Senate Bill 1383, which entered into force on January 1 and seeks to divert organic waste. from California landfills.

On March 9, the city council adopted a proposal with the aim of expanding its collection program for organic housing from the current 18,000 customers to 750,000 customers by December 31, in accordance with SB 1383.

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