Jeff Duhamel, CEO and Principal Consultant of MuniEnvironmental, along with Vice President Morgan McCarthy, attended the San Gabriel Valley City Managers’ Association (SGVCMA) Spring Workshop.
MuniEnvironmental has engaged with the City of Industry to support efforts to meet compliance and implement the mandatory outreach and technical assistance program requirements of AB 341 and AB 1826.
Recently, the City of Manteca selected MuniEnvironmental to conduct a study of the City’s solid waste collection service.
MuniEnvironmental recently joined the Municipal Management Association of Northern California’s Corporate Partners Program as a Business Partner.
Corona has engaged MuniEnvironmental for a new contract: an audit of all tonnage recycling and disposal reporting, franchise fee payments, customer billing and rate increases
In December 2017, many California communities received a notice of mandatory commercial recycling and mandatory commercial organics recycling program.
MuniEnvironmental has engaged with the City of Garden Grove to provide assistance to meet compliance of AB 341 and AB 1826.
LA.’s commercial-trash customers have filed more than 28,000 reports of missed collections since July.
The honeymoon could soon be over between Los Angeles and the trash companies picked to carry out the city’s huge new recycling program.
In any given municipality, costs for solid waste franchise services are not only the second largest annual expenditure but also difficult to account.