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April 8, 2019

Come see HF&H at SWANA’s 48th Annual Western Regional Symposium!!

How to Start Implementing SB 1383 Programs (Rob Hilton); Stormwater, Wastewater, and Solid Waste: the Nexus (Rick Simonson); Recycling Markets: Adapt to the “New Normal” (Marva Sheehan); What Food Recovery will Really Look Like (Tracy Swanborn)

May 3, 2019

New Contract, New Me: How to Prepare for Negotiations in Today’s Climate

In today’s climate, negotiating a contract has become more important than ever. Find out the necessary steps to executing successful solid waste partnerships between the public & private sector that are essential for industry growth and achieve win-win opportunities for all parties.

April 7, 2019

It’s Not As Scary As You Thought: How to Start Implementing SB 1383 Programs

This presentation will provide a big-picture summary of SB 1383, highlighting requirements that will likely have the biggest impact on local jurisdictions.

April 7, 2019

Stormwater, Wastewater, and Solid Waste: Understanding the Nexus

How can solid waste collection standards be utilized to reduce litter entering the stormwater system? How can those standards be implemented into franchise agreements? And how can local jurisdictions fund the trash reduction requirements?

April 7, 2019

Responding to the Recycling Markets: How to Adapt Your Franchise Agreements to the “New Normal”

How have franchise agreements changed to address recycling market volatility? When (if ever) should you permit your hauler to dispose of recyclables that can’t be marketed? Are there funding mechanisms that can help jurisdictions address commodity value fluctuations over time?

April 7, 2019

Stepping up to the Plate: What Food Recovery will Really Look Like

HF&H is helping local jurisdictions can plan, fund, and implement edible food recovery programs that meet SB 1383’s requirements,

July 26, 2018

CRRA 42nd Annual “Sea Change” Conference

“Is SB 1383 the New AB 939?” (Rob Hilton)
“SB 1383 Organics Mandates – Using Data to Measure Progress and Compliance” (Peter Deibler and Kelly Runyon)

July 26, 2018

SB 1383 Organics Mandates – Using Data to Measure Progress and Compliance

You can use commonly collected hauler data to assess progress towards, and compliance with, diversion mandates – especially reduced disposal of organics as required by SB 1383