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  • Apartment Recycling | Emadco Disposal

    Apartment Recycling Requires all businesses that generate four or more cubic yards of garbage per week and multi-family dwellings with five or more units to recycle. Mandatory Recycling AB341 Governor Brown signed legislation AB341 which increases the state of California's waste diversion goal from 50 percent to 75 percent. The law requires California commercial enterprises and public entities that generate four or more cubic yards per week of waste, and multi-family housing complexes (such as apartment buildings and mobile home parks) with five or more units to adopt recycling practices. The purpose of the law is to : Reduce garbage heading to the landfills Reduce greenhouse gas emissions Conserve resources and increase the availability of materials for recycled-content manufactures Compliance with AB341 is easy with Emadco All of us at Emadco recognize that change can be disruptive, especially to your business and your bottom line. This is why Emadco is proud to be working along side our AB341 customers to make the transition to greener , cleaner waste disposal practices simple , cost efficient and seamless. Emadco brings over 40 years of industry knowledge to work for you by utilizing our relationships with county government and CalRecycle to ensure that we are up to date with current guidelines and able to provide the services and documentation you need to meet and exceed AB341 requirements. Recycling is the law To make sure you are in compliance with AB341 please contact Emadco. Click image to download a pdf of this document. To learn more about AB341 law visit the CalRecycle website Follow them on Apartment Recycling Guide - What Can & Can't go in the Recycling Dumpser! In recognition that multi-family recycling programs are extremely important for California's continued success in waste reduction, State Law now requires that apartment communities/multi-family housing with 5 or more units must recycle. For additional information about recycling and waste reduction please contact us. All Recyclables go in recycling dumpster, No sorting! All plastic bottles, cups & tubs Glass, bottles & jars Aluminum/tin cans & foil Mail, magazines & office paper Phonebooks & newspapers Food boxes & paper packaging Cardboard YES Paper Newspapers Magazines Catalogs Phone books Cardboard Milk cartons Drink boxes Scrap paper Shredded paper Clean pizza boxes Plastic Milk, juice, and cooking oil jugs Soda and water bottles Plastic cups & bags Household cleaning containers Shampoo, lotion, and soap bottles Margarine and ice cream tubs Yogurt cups & frozen food containers Clean plastic flower pots Glass Glass jars and bottles Metal Soda & juice aluminum cans Clean tin/steel food cans Aluminum foil, pie pans & trays Metal jar lids in flattened cans Copper, brass & aluminum Empty aerosol cans Newly emptied, clean latex paint cans Click image to download a pdf of this document. NO WHEN IN DOUBT, LEAVE IT OUT! For more information contact us . Styrofoam Clothes Needles or syringes Food waste Green Waste Waxed cardboard Windows & mirrors Latex or plastic gloves Tissue paper Electronics Diapers Garden Hoses PVC Pipe Wire Rope Click image to download a pdf of this document.

  • Pricing | Emadco Disposal

    Pricing Emadco bills out quarterly in advance. Additional carts available $28.14 per additional 64 gallon trash cart per month $8.69 per additional 96 gallon recycling cart per month $10.36 extra trash can or black bag per unit $36.52 toter delivery to your home Basic Residential Services includes Once a week pickup of a 64 gallon trash cart Every other week pick up of a 96 gallon recycling cart. (Both are provided by Emadco) $46.83 /month

  • Residential Recycling | Emadco Disposal

    Residential Recycling Introducing Eastern Madera County Residential Recycling Recycling, along with reducing and reusing the trash we produce, is an important component in the effort to preserve our natural resources and reduce environmental pollution. Curbside recycling is your chance to make a difference in our community for future generations with small adaptations to your everyday consumption and disposal habits. By sending less waste to the landfill today, we are building opportunities for a cleaner, brighter future for tomorrow. Emadco is going to make recycling easy. Simply throw all of your recyclables into the blue bin and we'll do the sorting for you. This is called single stream recycling. What is single -stream recycling ? Single stream recycling allows our customers the ease and convenience of placing all their acceptable recyclable materials into one cart (customers will be provided a cart). This easy recycling program reduces the amount of trash that enters our landfill. Why is single-stream recycling being implemented? Madera county approved a residential single stream recycling program to make recycling easy and convenient. Simply throw all of your recyclables into the blue bin and we'll do the sorting for you. Will Emadco provide the single stream recycling cart? Yes, When you sign up for service, you receive a 96 gallon blue recycling Toter. Do I have to use the recycling cart provided by Emadco? Can I use my own cart? The new franchise agreement with Eastern Madera County residents requires that all customers use Emadco's trash and recycling carts. Customers will no longer be able to use their existing cans. Can I opt out of the single stream recycling program? No all customers will be provided a recycling cart. However participation is not mandatory. How often will my recycling be picked up? The 96 gallon recycling cart will be picked up every other week. Please refer to your calendar for which weeks your house will be picked up. What are the benefits of single-stream recycling? Fully containerized operations provide for increased sanitation,improved worker safety, neighborhood beautification and ease of use for the customer. Where can I find more information about the recycling program and the new recycling container system? Complete information about the county's recycling program is available on this website. For more information contact us . Residential Recycling Guide - What Can & Can't go in the Blue Bin! All Recyclables go in blue bin together, No sorting! All plastic bottles, cups & tubs Glass, bottles & jars Aluminum/tin cans & foil Mail, magazines & office paper Phonebooks & newspapers Food boxes & paper packaging Cardboard YES Paper Newspapers Magazines Catalogs Phone books Cardboard Milk cartons Drink boxes Scrap paper Shredded paper Clean pizza boxes Plastic Milk, juice, and cooking oil jugs Soda and water bottles Plastic cups & bags Household cleaning containers Shampoo, lotion, and soap bottles Margarine and ice cream tubs Yogurt cups & frozen food containers Clean plastic flower pots Glass Glass jars and bottles Metal Soda & juice aluminum cans Clean tin/steel food cans Aluminum foil, pie pans & trays Metal jar lids in flattened cans Copper, brass & aluminum Empty aerosol cans Newly emptied, clean latex paint cans NO WHEN IN DOUBT, LEAVE IT OUT! For more information contact us . Styrofoam Clothes Needles or syringes Food waste Green Waste Waxed cardboard Windows & mirrors Latex or plastic gloves Tissue paper Electronics Diapers Garden Hoses PVC Pipe Wire Rope Click image to download a pdf of this document. Regional Recycling Center

  • Photo Gallery | Emadco Disposal

    Coarsegold Recycled Arts Project Keep Our Mountains Beautiful November 22, 2015 Keep Our Mountains Beautiful November 22, 2015 Keep Our Mountains Beautiful November 22, 2015 Keep Our Mountains Beautiful November 22, 2015 Oakhurst Town Hall Meeting November 19, 2015 Oakhurst Town Hall Meeting November 19, 2015 Emadco Recycling Workshop November 21, 2015 Emadco Recycling Workshop November 21, 2015

  • Rent a Bin | Emadco Disposal

    Rent-A-Bin Whether you are remodeling your house, moving or doing some spring cleaning Emadco has the right bin for you. From family homes to industrial facilities Emadco offers rent-a-bins with prompt delivery and pick up to help keep you on schedule. A generous rental period is included with every rent-a-bin, so you can complete your project without hurried stress and the hassle of making several trips to the landfill. Size 3 cubic yard - dimensions 72" / 42" / 50" tall Overloaded & overweight bins will be charged an additional fee. In addition, please observe the following: no concrete, rock, dirt, paint, oil, batteries, solvents, tires, e-waste & any other household hazardous waste products An Emadco staff member will be happy to provide you information about the correct disposal of all your items. There are many recycling opportunities available, ask one of our staff members what option will best serve your recycling needs don't use a tractor or backhoe to load the bin it can cause major damage to the bin. Customer will be charged for all related damage costs. All cancelled orders will be charged a $5 fee. Click image to download a pdf of this document. Maximum weight- 1000 pounds tile- load bin only 1/3 full asphalt shingles- load bin only 1/2 full drywall - load bin only 2/3 full No person shall place or leave standing a container on any public or private property within the County except a container provided by authorized County franchisees. Please contact EMADCO or Madera County if you have any further questions.

  • Organic Recycling | Emadco Disposal

    Emadco's Organics Program Recycling Mixed Paper Clean/Flat Cardboard Office Paper Aluminum & Tin Cans Bottles And Containers Glass Jars & Bottles Recyclable Plastics Organics Breads & Grains Tree Trimmings Garden Clippings Untreated Wood Pasta & Rice Grass Fruits Vegetables Eggshells Nutshells Food Soiled Paper Soiled Cardboard Cooked Meat/Poultry/Fish Garbage Styrofoam Clothes Pet Waste Carpet Treated Wood Hose/Rope Plastic Bags Toilet Paper Diapers Toys Shoes Foil Non-Recyclable Plastic *Please be sure to keep lids closed for service Click image to download a pdf of this document. For more information about the Organics Program Please Contact Us . Click image to download a pdf of this document. To learn more about AB1826 law visit the CalRecycle website Follow them on Technical Assistance AB 1826 California's Mandatory Organics Recycling Law for Commercial Businesses & Multi-Family Complexes Download and complete your AB1826 Verification Form Read: Madera County Letter to Emadco Customers All commercial customers generating 2 yards of waste or more per week are required to fill out the "Madera County 1826 Business Compliance Verification” form . Emadco is offering organic collection as an option for your business or if you prefer to handle your organic waste in another manner the form contains a space for you to describe your process. Emadco’s Zero Waste Team can help your business implement programs that can help you monitor food waste, recycling programs, set up donation services. Increase employee participation and more. *Emadco offers commercial collection for all businesses on a Monday through Saturday basis. What is Organic Waste? Organic waste as defined in the law includes the following material: food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, nonhazardous waste, and food-soiled paper waste that is mixed in with food waste. These categories represent the largest subsets of organic waste that is currently disposed in California. ​ How to Comply? To comply with AB1826 the law requires qualifying businesses and multi-family complexes to have a collection service. ​ Emadco will provide assistance for on-site assessments, cost estimates, indoor containers and appropriate plastic bags for collecting organic material, staff training and promotional and educational materials. What happens to Organic Waste? The collected material is brought to a compost facility, where it is processed into nutrient rich compost for agricultural end-users. ​ Why is Food Waste Recycling Important? On average, a restaurant disposes of more than 50 tons of organic waste per year. 76% of this waste is organic and can be recycled. However, if not hauled an processed by a permitted food waste recycling company like Emadco Disposal, 100% would be sent to a landfill. Benefits of Organic Food Waste Recycling with Emadco Waste Management ​ Increase landfill diversion rates Implement a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly disposal option Foster a green image among your employees and customers. Find out more about AB 1826 Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling visit the CalRecycle website To learn more about AB1826 law visit the CalRecycle website Follow them on If you are unsure if you are required to participate in the recycling program please contact our office to schedule a free site audit. Click image to download a pdf of this document. Background and Overview In October of 2014 Governor Brown signed AB 1826 Chesbro (Chapter 727, Statutes of 2014) , requiring businesses to recycle their organic waste on and after April 1, 2016, depending on the amount of waste they generate per week. This law also requires that on and after January 1, 2016, local jurisdictions across the state implement an organic waste recycling program to divert organic waste generated by businesses, including multifamily residential dwellings that consist of five or more units (please note, however, that, multifamily dwellings are not required to have a food waste diversion program). Organic waste (also referred to as organics throughout this resource) means food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, nonhazardous wood waste, and food-soiled paper waste that is mixed in with food waste. This law phases in the mandatory recycling of commercial organics over time, while also offering an exemption process for rural counties. In particular, the minimum threshold of organic waste generation by businesses decreases over time, which means that an increasingly greater proportion of the commercial sector will be required to comply. Organic Waste Examples Green Waste Grass Clippings Leaves and Branches Flower and Hedge Trimmings Weeds Food Scraps Fruits and Vegetables Cheese and Dairy Meat, Bones, Poultry and Seafood Food-Soiled Paper Food-Stained Paper Napkins and Paper Kitchen Towels

  • Sharps Drop Off | Emadco Disposal

    Click image to download a pdf of this document. Sharps Drop Off Emadco has a 24-hour sharps drop off location conveniently located at: 40287 Oak Park Way Oakhurst, CA 93644 Protect yourself, your neighbors and our workers by properly disposing of medical waste. Improper sharps disposal can affect janitors, maids, pest control workers, groundskeepers, waste management workers, and children or household pets among others. Roughly 25% to 45% of all facilities processing household trash (besides recycling) in California have workers hand-sorting recyclable material out of that trash. A single worker’s on-the-job needlestick can mean weeks of taking drugs to prevent the spread of infection, with side effects including nausea, depression, and extreme fatigue as well as months waiting for expensive periodic tests to reveal whether they contracted life-threatening HIV/AIDs or hepatitis B or C. A 2008 study suggested that "nationwide each year 25%... or roughly 150,000 to 200,000 needlesticks occurred outside the health services industry for a cost of $38 million." The Law State law (H&SC §118286) makes it illegal to dispose of home-generated sharps waste (hypodermic needles, pen needles, intravenous needles, lancets, and other devices that are used to penetrate the skin for the delivery of medications) in the trash or recycling containers, and requires that all sharps waste be transported to a collection center in a sharps container approved by the local enforcement agency.

  • Roll Off Service | Emadco Disposal

    Roll Offs When you take on a home repair, remodel, roofing project or cleanout, it can generate a lot more waste than usual. To help manage the mess, EMADCO offers open top Roll Off Containers for rent. They can be used for all levels of nonhazardous waste collections as well as recycling collection. We can help you find the right Roll Off container size to help your rental needs. Delivery & Pull Fee - $541.71 Tipping Fee - $63.71 per ton ​ PREPAY - $750.00 per ROLL-OFF Other potential expenses Rental Fee - $10.21 per day after 7 days Relocation Fee - $136.81 (if you need to have roll-off moved.) Damage Fee - $103.91 per hour plus materials Wash Out Fee - $288.63 Demurge Fee - $293.15 Cancellation Fee - $17.72 (if you cancel after acount is setup.) No person shall place or leave standing a container on any public or private property within the County except a container provided by authorized County franchisees. Please contact EMADCO or Madera County if you have any further questions. Download Roll Off Contract Find out more, click here to download a pdf copy of our contract.

  • Commercial Refuse Collection | Emadco Disposal

    Commercial Refuse Collection Today many businesses are seeking to reduce their waste management costs. EMADCO provides innovative, efficient, environmentally friendly waste recovery solutions that have minimal impact to your everyday business operations. *Emadco offers commercial collection for all businesses on a Monday through Saturday basis. An EMADCO consultant can assess your needs and design a general waste recovery plan to meet your requirements. Please contact us (559) 683-4680