Commercial Recycling Program (AB 341)

Commercial Recycling (AB 341): AB 341 is a California state assembly bill  that sets a state-wide 75% waste recycling goal. It is commonly referred to as Mandatory Commercial Recycling. On and after July 1, 2012, businesses generating 4 cubic yards a week of waste, and multi-family complexes of 5 units or more are required to recycle. Jurisdictions are also required to implement a program that includes education, outreach, and monitoring of recycling within their cities.

Recycling for Your Business
Recycling Process
Frequently asked questons
AB1826 Mandatory Organics Law FAQ

Residential Recycling: The City of Kerman contracts with Mid Valley Disposal for solid waste and recycling services. Containers are provided by the City on newly constructed homes and Mid Valley replaces containers for existing service customers. Contact Mid Valley Disposal at (559) 843-2467 with questions regarding the use of containers, if carts are broken and or if there was a problem with your regular pick up.

Residential Recycling Guide 2015
Residential Recycling Brochure 2015

Contact Information
Office: (559) 846-2467

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Physical Location
Mid Valley Disposal
Recycling and Transfer Station
15300 W. Jensen Avenue
Kerman, CA 93630

 

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