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  • Scholarship Opportunity | Emadco Disposal

    Attention YHS Students! Emadco is offering a $500 Scholarship The aim of the EMADCO Disposal scholarship is to "Promote the art and science of recycling through research, sponsorship, technical assistance and educational programs for the purpose of advancing the industry." ​ Eligibility : Must be a senior student. Must attend a university or four year college. ​ Requirements: The applicants record of scholastic achievement. The applicants record of community service. Up to three letters of recommendation. An essay about why your field should be considered for a recycling scholarship. The essay must have some relation to solid waste issues such as : Litter prevention or litter processing, composting, environmental protection or environmental clean up methodologies and recycling technologies or ideas.

  • Bulky Waste Drop Off | Emadco Disposal

    Bulky Waste Drop Off As an added convenience to our customers EMADCO accepts most household bulky items. Items such as water heaters, refrigerators (must have Freon removed), washers, dryers, toilets are able to be dropped off at our office for a nominal charge. Appliance Tankless Mini Frig/Compactors Washer/Dryer Trip Charge 10-49 Gallon Water Heater Refrigerator/Freezer Vacuum Pallets 50-99 Gallon Water Heater Mattress Furniture Toilets 100+ Gallon Water Heater We do not take TV’s Tires Microwaves

  • 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

  • Eco World | Emadco Disposal

    Eco World Help do your part at keeping your community green! Oakhurst is welcoming Eco World to their community. Eco World is a local company that works hard at keeping all clothing and shoes out of landfills. Eco World then works with local churches, nonprofits, charities, and thrifts to provide with product as well as being an outlet for products that can not be used. Download flyer with this information 116kb PDF Click image to download a pdf of this document. Why Donate, clothing and shoes? Did you know clothing and shoes are the top contaminated items in our landfills? Instead of throwing unwanted items in the trash. Eco World can use them to help local charities, churches, and thrifts by providing needed items. Once these organizations have reached capacity Eco World can also take unused items off their hands. Eco World then uses unneeded items to ship to countries that do not have access to manufactures. Even items that are too worn out can be recycled and turned into carpet padding and insulation. ​ What does Eco World Accept? Eco World donation bins accept all clothing, shoes, backpacks, purses, and belts, regardless of condition as long as they are not wet or moldy. Everything is used and nothing is put in our landfills. ​ Where can I find Eco World Donation Bins? Eco World currently has a donation bin at 40287 Oak Park Way, Oakhurst CA. We are currently growing in the mountain community so keep an eye out for the green donation bins.

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  • 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 - $575.00 Tipping Fee - $124.89 per ton ​ PREPAY - $850.00 per ROLL-OFF Other potential expenses Rental Fee - $10.40 per day after 7 days Relocation Fee - $156.22 (if you need to have roll-off moved.) Damage Fee - $105.86 per hour plus materials Wash Out Fee - $329.62 Demurrage Fee - $334.78 Cancellation Fee - $18.05 ( if you cancel after account 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.

  • Backyard Composting | Emadco Disposal

    Backyard Composting What is Composting and Why is Composting Important? Composting is a natural process by which organic materials decompose. Composting is nature’s way of recycling organic material such as leaves, grass clippings, twigs, fruits, and vegetables into a dark, crumbly, earthy-smelling soil conditioner. By concentrating the activity in one place and balancing food, air, and water, compost happens faster. Remember, composting is just another form of recycling. When you compost, you are tapping into the natural nutrient cycle. In nature, organic waste from plants and animals is recycled by decomposition. Composting is controlling that decomposition to speed it up and produce a stable and odorless material for plants to use. ​ Organic waste material, like yard clippings and food scraps, can be given “new life” through composting. Finished compost is a wonderful soil amendment that improves texture and adds important nutrients into the soil in your garden, creating healthy, thriving plants. From tomatoes to tulips, compost keeps your garden growing strong! If residents compost their yard and kitchen waste, we can go a long way toward satisfying California’s challenging goal of a 75% total reduction in waste. What can I compost? Yard waste, such as fallen leaves, grass clippings, weeds, garden plants remnants, and kitchen scraps make excellent compost. However, care must be taken when composting kitchen scraps. Meats, bones, and fatty foods (such as cheese, salad dressing, and leftover cooking oil) do not belong in the bin. Place those items in the garbage. 50% Greens are fresh organic materials that serve as sources of nitrogen. Greens are the primary energy source of the active microorganisms, and are useful as a supplementary source of moisture in the pile. Greens include fresh yard trimmings, fresh grass clippings, fresh or moldy fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grinds, tea leaves, breads, certain types of manure. 50% Browns are dried or dead organic materials that serve as sources of carbon. Browns are useful for retaining moisture, creating small air pockets, and supporting a more diverse community of decomposers in the pile. Browns include woody materials, dead or dried yard debris, chopped branches and twigs, bark, straw, sawdust, coffee filters, tea bags, shredded paper and paper products. Air is essential for a sweet, earthy-smelling compost pile. Turning your compost pile regularly will help to inhibit the growth of odor-causing anaerobic bacteria, and will result in faster decomposition. Water helps ensure efficient processing of organics. Ideally, the pile is kept as moist as a wrung out sponge. Too little moisture will inhibit decomposition, but too much water can produce smelly, anaerobic conditions. Organic wastes, such as food waste and yard waste, make up 25 to 50% of what people throw away. While you may not be able to compost all of the organic waste you generate, composting can significantly cut down on your overall trash. When we throw away yard and food waste, it decomposes in a landfill and releases methane gas, a potent greenhouse gas. While most landfills have technology to capture much of this methane, eliminating the gas at its source is even better. Other Benefits of Composting: Saves you money by replacing store-bought soil conditioners Helps garden and house plants by improving the fertility and health of your soil Saves water by helping the soil hold moisture and reducing water runoff Benefits the environment by recycling valuable organic resources, reducing transport and processing of materials, and reducing waste to our landfills Benefits of Composting Getting Started Composting can be practiced in any home, apartment, or townhouse. Identify a place in your yard that is out of the way but accessible to deposit yard and food waste. Make sure you can reach this location with a garden hose. There are many ways to construct a compost bin starting from the very simple - a pile on the ground to the fancy store bought composting bin with aeration holes and turning mechanism. Most people choose to construct a simple box form out of old lumber or pallets with slats spaced apart for adequate ventilation. This is cheap and keeps with the reuse theme. Now start creating a pile of vegetation. Try for a 2:1 ratio of brown materials (dried leaves, woody material, etc.) and green materials (food scraps, grass, etc.). Add enough water so that the pile is evenly moistened, like a damp sponge. Turn the pile weekly or when you notice the top layer start to dry out. A good pitchfork is recommended, as it is easier to use than a shovel. Depending on variables such a temperature, moisture content, and how often you turn the pile, you could get a rich compost material as soon as a month or as long as a year. There are varieties of problems that you may experience while composting. Follow the guide below to solve your problem! Avoid the Usual Pitfalls There are times when you may experience an odor emanating from your compost or many flies surrounding it. This is usually due to not immediately covering food waste deposited into the pile. When food waste is added, be sure to turn the pile immediately, or add some fresh leaves or grass on top of it. This will keep the odors and flies away. Remember, smaller bits of greenwaste decompose faster than large pieces. If you continually have large quantities of greenwaste to compost, you might consider the purchase of a chipper/shredder to grind your greenwaste into finer particles. Are Worms Ok? After a while, you may notice that worms are starting to populate your compost pile. Good job! That is an indicator that you have a good compost mix going on and the worms are happy to be there. Redworms are great at recycling decomposing organic matter into rich humus. They generate nutrient rich worm castings, which improve soil fertility and structure. You can jump-start your worm populations by purchasing redworms at most local nurseries, bait shops or over the internet. What is Grasscycling? Grasscycling is the natural recycling of grass by leaving clippings on the lawn when mowing. They decompose quickly and release valuable nutrients back into the soil. Additional Resources and Information The following websites, videos, and books offer additional information that will be helpful in your composting adventures. Many other composting videos and websites are available so do your research so that you can become the ultimate backyard composter. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) The EPA’s mission is to protect human health and the environment. They offer a range of helpful tips including composting at home. Be sure to visit the EPA’s Composting at Home website as it provides guidance, information, and troubleshooting on composting. California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) CalRecycle brings together the state’s recycling and waste management programs and continues a tradition of environmental stewardship. Please be sure to check out CalRecycle’s tips on household composting, Home Gardening, and composting bins. CalRecycle also has a great guidance document on building your own composting bin. Composting Videos Whether you are composting in a composting bin or simply starting a compost pile, many tutorial videos online can assist you. We have provided a few for you here. How to Make Compost: Presented by Lowe's (2:24 min) Composting 101: Presented by Grow Organic (3:54 min) Composting Websites Smartphone Apps Search in the App Store or Google Play if you want to use an app for composting! Home Composting for Organic Composters Compost Works The Master Composter – www.mastercomposter.com Guide to Composting at Home – www.improvenet.com/a/guide-to-composting-at-home Organic Gardening Guru – www.organicgardeningguru.com Compost Mania – compostmania.com/blog Books The Rodale Book of Composting: Easy Methods for Every Gardener – The essential guide to composting for all gardeners and environmentally conscious people. By Grace Gershuny, Deborah L. Martin ​ The Complete Compost Gardening Guide – The authors’ bountiful, compost-rich gardens require less digging, weeding, mulching, and even less planting. By Deborah L. Martin, Barbara Pleasant ​ Composting: A Practical Step by Step Guide – The guide explains the benefits of composting – to the environment and to your own garden – and describes exactly how composting works. By Victoria Heywood ​ Home Composting Made Easy – Fully illustrated with step-by-step, no-nonsense instructions and state-of-the-art advice by gardening and compost experts. By C. Forrest McDowell, PhD, Tricia Clark-McDowell ​ Composting: An Easy Household Guide – A full-color guide for both beginners and experienced composters, with an A–Z reference section. By Nicky Scott Click image to download a pdf of this document. Information courtesy of Kern County Public Works Department kernpublicworks.com

  • Battery Drop-Off | Emadco Disposal

    Battery Drop-0ff We are now able to accept all used rechargeable and non-rechargeable dry cell batteries This service is free and available to all EMADCO customers. Drop-off available in our office during normal business hours.

  • 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

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    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

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