WE MAKE
RECYCLING
EASIER.
WE MAKE RECYCLING EASIER.
WE MAKE
RECYCLING 
EASIER.
PROPERTY MANAGERS
PROPERTY MANAGERS
WE MAKE
WE MAKE
RECYCLING
EASIER.
PROPERTY MANAGERS
As organizations grow, maintaining efficient, cost-effective waste disposal and recycling practices becomes increasingly difficult.

By applying strategic management through objective metrics and continuous improvement, our clients know exactly what areas they can improve and how different strategies will impact their recycling goals. 

From restaurants, hotels, and urban high-rise buildings, to commercial properties and HOAs, Global Disposal empowers Property Managers to embrace actionable waste reduction plans with minimal effort.
Objective Management
Businesses and multi-family dwellings are under strict regulations for waste disposal and recycling. 

For nearly a decade, Global Disposal has helped property managers meet their recycling goals, while saving thousands of dollars every year!
Optimized Collection
No two locations are identical and every property has its own needs.

If you want a "one-size fits all" approach to waste and recycling, you're in the wrong place! 

After assessing your current programs, we'll show you were you can improve, and how much you can save by implementing smarter collection practices.
Enhanced Customer Support
Our Customer Support division isn't some faceless third-party organization. In fact, chances you will be speaking with the same Agent any time you'll call.

We take pride in resolving customer issues ASAP. 
Featured Services
  •  Dumpster Enclosure Design
  •  Curbside E-waste Events
  •  Trash & Recycling Bin Valet
  •  Bulk Item Removal
  •  Junk Hauling
  •  Can Cleaning
About Global Disposal
Global Disposal is a waste solutions provider specializing in implementing smarter waste collection & recycling programs on a community-wide level.
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Share a little about your recycling needs and goals.
Or Call Us at (858) 848-9278!
AB 1826: What Is It & Why Do We Care?
Assembly Bill 1826 is an aggressive recycling mandate passed in California that aims to eliminate organics from landfill-bound waste and took effect April 1, 2016.

Organic waste comprises the largest portion of landfill-bound waste contributing some 30-60% of all globally produced waste.

The full scope AB 1826 takes five years to implement, first targeting businesses and multi-family dwellings that produce 8-cubic yards or more of organic waste per week, beginning January 1, 2017.

However, as of January 1, 2019, AB 1826 expands to include businesses and multi-family dwellings that produce 4-cubic yards or more of commercial solid waste per week, the size of an average dumpster.

While the average person may think a dumpster every week is a lot, commercial properties and businesses regularly produce as much.

AB 1826 makes a drastic shift from just targeting large producers of organic waste, to producers of waste period.

In addition, beginning January 1, 2020, AB 1826 will reach it's regulatory apex, where producers of as little as 2-cubic yards commercial solid waste per week will be required to make arrangements for organic waste diversion.

This means some homeowners may start to feel the economic effects of AB 1826.

Though only a few very rural jurisdictions are not be included in the mandate, everywhere else an entirely separate waste stream will develop.

This will most certainly increase the cost of waste collection.


TAKEAWAY 

Having a recycling plan in place to maximize your landfill diversion and help mitigate cost is essential to not only ensure community fiscal responsibility, but also to meet California compliance.
Each community is unique and it is important to know the strengths and weaknesses of your current waste and recycling strategy.

Stay up-to-date on your local laws and compliance regulations for waste, recycling, electronics, and organics by subscribing to Global Disposal's newsletter here.

When creating your plan, remember that it is more than just a traditional waste or “trash” plan, but must also include a plan for bulbs, batteries, electronics, recycling, and organics.
Assembly Bill 1826 is an aggressive recycling mandate passed in California that aims to eliminate organics from landfill-bound waste and took effect April 1, 2016. 

Organic waste comprises the largest portion of landfill-bound waste contributing some 30-60% of all globally produced waste.

The full scope AB 1826 takes five years to implement, first targeting businesses and multi-family dwellings that produce 8-cubic yards or more of organic waste per week, beginning January 1, 2017.

However, as of January 1, 2019, AB 1826 expands to include businesses and multi-family dwellings that produce 4-cubic yards or more of commercial solid waste per week, the size of an average dumpster.

While the average person may think a dumpster every week is a lot, commercial properties and businesses regularly produce as much.
AB 1826 makes a drastic shift from just targeting large producers of organic waste, to producers of waste period.

In addition, beginning January 1, 2020, AB 1826 will reach it's regulatory apex, where producers of as little as 2-cubic yards commercial solid waste per week will be required to make arrangements for organic waste diversion.

This means some homeowners may start to feel the economic effects of AB 1826.

Though only a few very rural jurisdictions are not be included in the mandate, everywhere else an entirely separate waste stream will develop.

This will most certainly increase the cost of waste collection.

TAKEAWAY 

Having a recycling plan in place to maximize your landfill diversion and help mitigate cost is essential to not only ensure community fiscal responsibility, but also to meet California compliance.

Each community is unique and it is important to know the strengths and weaknesses of your current waste and recycling strategy.


Stay up-to-date on your local laws and compliance regulations for waste, recycling, electronics, and organics by subscribing to Global Disposal's newsletter here.

When creating your plan, remember that it is more than just a traditional waste or “trash” plan, but must also include a plan for bulbs, batteries, electronics, recycling, and organics.
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