MuniEnvironmental has affiliated with the California City Management Foundation (CCMF) as a Corporate Member-level sponsor.
Jeff Duhamel, CEO and Principal Consultant of MuniEnvironmental, has been invited to address elected officials and city, school and water agency staff.
The waste industry has been creating various forms of energy from waste for decades, however output levels are still smaller than renewable sources.
If government policy subsidizes the cost of making this transition, it could pay off.
MuniEnvironmental has engaged with the Cities of Bellflower, Paramount and Santa Fe Springs to address key provisions of Assembly Bills 1826 and 1594.
Environmental planning for the Super Bowl happens more than a year in advance and is very dependent on local recycling processing infrastructure
With the advent of AB 341, Mandatory Commercial Recycling, and AB 1826, Mandatory Organics Recycling, Industry’s has developed recycling and reporting program
The City of Lomita has engaged MuniEnvironmental to audit their waste hauler billing and performance.
At the beginning of 2016, local jurisdictions were required under AB 1826 to implement an organic waste recycling program.
While it seems that the majority of Americans are enjoying lower gas prices due to low oil prices, the environment may actually be taking a hit.