MANDATORY COMMERCIAL RECYCLING BUSINESSES & MULTI-FAMILY COMPLEXES State law requires businesses and multi-family housing complexes (5+ units) to have a recycling program in place. AB 341 State law requires businesses and multi-family housing complexes (5+ units) to arrange for organic waste recycling services. AB 1826 State law requires all businesses and multi-family complexes (5+ units) that generate four (4) or more cubic yards of waste weekly to recycle. This can be accomplished in a few ways: •Self-haul to a recycling facility; •Subscribe to a hauler’s recycling service; •Sell or donate recyclables; •Subscribe to a recycling service that includes mixed waste processing The City’s franchised hauler offers recycling services at half the cost of solid waste collection service for the same size container. It may be to your ad-vantage to subscribe to a separate recycling service for paper, plastic, glass, and metals. January 1, 2017, businesses and multi-family complexes (5+ units) that gen-erate four (4) or more cubic yards of organic waste weekly to arrange for organic waste recycling services. January 1, 2019, businesses and multi-family complexes (5+ units) that gen-erate four (4) or more cubic yards of commercial solid waste (trash) weekly to arrange for organic waste recycling service. Organics include food waste, landscape trimmings (leaves, grass, trimmings, branches, stumps), non-hazardous wood waste, and compostable paper (food-soiled paper). Learn how the City of Lynwood can help your business or multi-family complex comply. Contact Jennifer Hernandez at the Public Works Department at (310) 603-0220 Ext. 827 or jhernandez@lynwood.ca.us.