California SB 1383 – organic waste, recycling, composting, etc., requirements and record keeping (individuals, businesses, food and restaurants, yard debris, landfill, etc.) – see attached SLO Guide

For ease of reference I have attached below a pdf of a San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority Guide to California SB 1383 Short-Lived Climate Pollutants. I have attached the Guide because it is an easy to read overview of SB 1383, some of which is applicable beginning January 2022, and some of which will become applicable over the next two years.

Of course, the attached Guide is a summary, and is simplistic from a legal viewpoint – see, for example, pages 5, 6, 7, and 8, for non-local entities and education agencies, commercial entities, food recovery and donation, and possible waivers. I expect that local and statewide government enforcement will become active. All businesses, landlords, nonprofits, state and federal entities, and individuals will need to become familiar with SB 1383 as it applies to them and to their activities.

Thanks for reading. Please pass this along to other people who would be interested.

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Best to you,

David Tate, Esq. (and inactive CPA)

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Remember, every case and situation is different. It is important to obtain and evaluate all of the evidence that is available, and to apply that evidence to the applicable standards and laws. You do need to consult with an attorney and other professionals about your particular situation. This post is not a solicitation for legal or other services inside of or outside of California, and, of course, this post only is a summary of information that changes from time to time, and does not apply to any particular situation or to your specific situation. So . . . you cannot rely on this post for your situation or as legal or other professional advice or representation.

Also note – sometimes I include links to or comments about materials from other organizations or people – if I do so, it is because I believe that the materials are worthwhile reading or viewing; however, that doesn’t mean that I don’t or might not have a different view about some or even all of the subject matter or materials, or that I necessarily agree with, or agree with everything about or relating to, that organization or person, or those materials or the subject matter.

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David Tate, Esq. (and inactive California CPA) – practicing only as an attorney in California.

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