Agromin was recently featured in the Pacific Coast Business Times. The article discusses Agromin’s efforts to help cities comply with SB 1383, a climate pollution reduction act. To read the article, click here. By Bill Camarillo – SB 1383 has many moving parts. One thing is certain: the state is relying on jurisdictions to reduce a large portion of organic waste in landfills. The jurisdiction-organic recycler partnership is the most effective means to achieve this... News from Waste Dive. Progress is being made on SB 1383 compliance in California. Read the article here: https://bit.ly/3QUNHpJ Agromin, California’s largest organics waste recycler, received approval from the Merced County Board of Supervisors on April 20 to operate and expand the Merced Highway 59 landfill composting operation. The Merced County Regional Waste Management Authority (MCRWMA)... Agromin was honored to receive the Large Business of the Year award from the West Ventura County Business Alliance. Agromin was recognized at an August 17 luncheon, part of the 75th Annual Oxnard Community and Business Awards.