Senate Bill 1383 requires your commercial property to subscribe to a commercial recycling and commercial organics recycling program before July 1, 2022. Businesses that are run through a residential property are not required to subscribe to any commercial recycling or commercial organic recycling services.
In September 2016, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383), establishing targets to achieve a 75 percent reduction of the disposal of organic waste in California by 2025. In accordance with this law, all multi-family complexes and businesses in the City of Riverside are required to subscribe to a recycling and organics recycling collection service with their hauler by July 1, 2022. This will help divert organic materials from landfills, including both food waste and other green waste, such as yard trimmings.
The City’s approved authorized haulers offer various trash collection and recycling services to businesses and multi-family properties within the City of Riverside. For more information on waste reduction, implementation of a recycling program, trash collection services, or to apply for an exemption, please contact the City’s authorized haulers below.
As of July 1, 2023, all new commercial accounts and/or new service addresses must contact Athens Services:
If you are currently serviced by Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. or CR&R Incorporated, you may continue your existing service until June 30, 2028: