Caglia Environmental–Preserving and Protecting the Environment of the San Joaquin Valley
Our team of specialists will design a trash and recycling program with dumpsters/roll off containers to suit your organization’s needs. Our experts will conduct a free garbage/recycling audit and recommend solutions that meet regulatory requirements, thereby increasing recycling diversion rates to meet AB 341 and AB 1826 requirements.
AB 341 Mandatory Commercial Recycling
AB 341 is a State of California law requiring all businesses generating four or more cubic yards of trash weekly to recycle materials including:
- Aluminum cans
- Clean, dry paper (magazines, newspapers, office paper, etc.)
- Cardboard and chipboard
- Metal containers and empty aerosol cans
- Plastic bottles, containers, etc. Click here for a list of recyclable materials.
Caglia Environmental recycling experts assist businesses and other commercial entities, including municipalities and school districts, to comply with AB 341 by establishing formal recycling programs.
AB 1826 Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling
AB 1826 is a State of California law mandating all businesses generating four or more cubic yards of trash weekly to recycle food waste and green waste. Caglia Environmental helps businesses and other commercial entities, including municipalities and school districts, comply with AB 1826 through the creation of food and green waste recycling programs.
Construction and Demolition Recycling
Caglia Environmental’s CARTS Materials Recovery facility recycles over 70% of construction and demolition debris, helping customers to meet and exceed CalRecycle mandates. C&D materials that are recycled by CARTS include brick, concrete, drywall, lumber and metals.
Clean concrete can be disposed of at CARTS for free.
Click here to access information about California Building Standards and for the Guide to the 2016 California Green Building Standards Code.
Commercial Dumpster/Roll Off Services
Dumpster and roll off services within Fresno County can be ordered through Industrial Waste and Salvage and in Madera County below 1000 feet elevation through Redrock Environmental Group