SB 1383 Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Strategy
|TIER ONE DONORS||TIER TWO DONORS|
|Starting January 1, 2022||Starting January 1, 2024|
|Supermarkets with revenues ≥ $2 million.||Restaurants with Facilities ≥ 5,000 sq. ft.
or 250+ Seats
|Grocery Stores with Facilities ≥ 10,000 sq. ft.||Hotels with an On-Site Food Facility and
|Food Services Providers||Health Facilities with an On-Site Food Facility
and 100+ Beds
|Food Distributors||Large Venues and Events|
|Wholesale Food Vendors||State Agency Cafeterias with Facilities
≥ 5,000 sq. ft. or 250+ Seats
|Local Education Agency with an On-Site
Compost is a controlled biological decomposition of organic solid wastes that are source separated from the municipal solid waste stream or at a centralized facility; Eligible compost must be produced at a compostable material handling operation or facility permitted or produced at a large volume in-vessel digestion facility that composts on-site.
- SB 1383 Eligible Mulch
Mulch must be produced at a compostable material handling operation or facility as defined in 14 CCR Division 7; a transfer/processing operation as defined in 14 CCR Sections 17402(a)(30) and (31)/permitted or authorized under 14 CCR Division 7; or a solid waste landfill as defined in Public Resources Code Section 40195.1 that is permitted under 27 CCR Division 2. Additionally, the mulch must meet or exceed the physical contamination, maximum metal concentration, and pathogen density standards for land application specified in 14 CCR Sections 17852 (a)(24.5)(A)1 through 3, as enforced by Irwindale Municipal Code Sections 15.30 Water Efficient Landscape Standards and Guidelines and 17.68.120 Landscape Requirements.
- Renewable Gas
Renewable Gas that is made from recovered Organic Waste for transportation fuel, electricity, and heating applications to the degree that it is appropriate.
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(Commercial & Residential)
(Commercial & Residential)
|Non-organic waste/Non-recyclables||Food Waste (Meat Bones)||Bottles, Cans, Plastic|
|Foiled Food Wrappers||Yard Waste (Leaves, Yard Clippings)||Cardboard|
|Latex Gloves||Egg Shells||Ice Cream Containers|
|Soiled Diapers||Wood Lumber||Glass Jars|
|Toothpaste Tubes||Food Soiled Cardboard Containers||Metal Soup Cans|
|Ceramic Objects||Coffee Grounds||Newspaper/Paper Mail|
|Broken Glass||Paper Filters||Plastic Food Containers|
Under Senate Bill 1383 (Lara, Chapter 395, Statues of 2016), Jurisdictions are required to adequately resource the following programs:
1. Provide mandatory organic waste curbside collection services to all residents and businesses.
2. Establish an edible food recovery program for all Tier 1 and 2 commercial edible food generators.
3. Conduct education and outreach to all generators
4. Each jurisdiction will be required to procure certain levels of compost, renewable gas used for transportation fuels, electricity, heating applications, or electricity from biomass conversion produced from organic waste. Additionally, jurisdictions will need to purchase recycled content paper and paper products.
5. Plan and secure access for recycling and edible food recovery capacity.
6. Jurisdictions will be required to monitor compliance and conduct enforcement.
7. Jurisdictions are required to adopt an ordinance, or similarly enforceable mechanism that is consistent with these regulatory requirements prior to January 1, 2022.