SB 1383 Compliance

SB 1383 requires commercial and multifamily generators to divert their organic waste from landfills. Organic waste, as defined by CalRecycle, includes food scraps, green waste, paper, and cardboard. A successful compliance plan requires a comprehensive understanding of local and statewide requirements.

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Our team can help you to understand your obligations and take the necessary steps to ensure compliance.


Implement, scale and expand recycling, organics and third-party recycling programs.


Onboarding and recurring training for employees, tenants, contractors and residents.


Identify operational gaps and opportunities to comply with local and statewide regulatory requirements.

Compliance for SB 1383

California's Senate Bill 1383 aims to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants by decreasing organic waste disposal to 75% of 2014 levels by 2025. Organic waste in landfills releases 20% of the State's methane, which is 84 times more powerful as a climate pollutant than carbon dioxide.

By participating in organics recycling and other waste reduction programs commercial generators can help divert organic waste from landfills and reduce these harmful emissions. California commercial generators have been required to recycle organic waste since January 1, 2022. With financial penalties starting as early as 2024, Terra Pacific is here to assist you in meeting these requirements.

Industries we serve

Hotels & Resorts
Property Management Companies
Senior Living
Student Housing

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