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  • Currently, the recycling markets in California do not consume all of the waste tires generated. Waste tires need to be stored safely until sufficient markets are in place to increase the consumption of waste tires. CalRecycle provides the proper waste tire management framework by enforcing waste tire facility and waste tire hauler regulations. As the use of tires as feedstock material in commercial applications increases, illegal stockpiling and the need for permitted storage will decrease or cease to exist.

    Recycling California is a group of every day people from all walks of life from soccer moms to business owners, 9 to 5 workers and more, who want to help clean up California.

  • Still, recycling on your own is never enough. You should ask experts to help you. If you live in California, then let us help you. Try out our top 5 recyclers in California!

    e-Recycling of California, or ERC, is an end-of-life (EOL) recycling center for used electronics. This company uses a combination of manual and mechanical processes that , so they could be sold as by-products or as parts for new products during manufacturing. The company uses environmentally conscientious processors that produce zero waste in California. It also recycles more than seventy million pounds of electronic waste yearly. You can be sure that e-Recycling of California is committed to safe and environmentally-friendly recycling of all electronic waste for everyone.

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  • Effective January 1, 2014, certified recycling centers in California cannot accept or pay for more than 100 pounds of aluminum or plastic beverage containers or 1,000 pounds of glass beverage contatiners per day from any person or organization that is not certified by CalRecycle, Division of Recycling. It is also a violation of the law to split loads in excess to the daily load limits.

US Plastic Recyclers Directory - California

California is already a national recycling leader, with a . Yet California still sends half of our solid waste to landfills or incinerators, missing the opportunity to recover valuable material resources. In 2011, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB341, which requires that “75 percent of solid waste generated be source reduced, recycled, or composted by the year 2020.” In order to better understand the economic potential of increasing recycling in California to 75%, NRDC commissioned the Tellus Institute to create a report, , which was released today.