Skip to main content Skip to site navigation

Funding and Financing Recycling Infrastructure

Overview

Funding and Financing Recycling Infrastructure

As California residents and businesses are recycling more, due to a combination of customer education, environmental awareness, local and state mandates and pricing incentives, local governments face challenges in identifying ways to finance and fund recycling projects and programs. The resources and case stories included here outline some of the innovative ways that local governments are financing recycling infrastructure and funding recycling programs across the state.

Post

Connecting the Dots: Recycling, Climate and Economic Development

This document offers an explanation of the connections between recycling, climate and economic development. Increasing recycling can reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, and creating the facilities for that recycling and use of recycling materials will promote economic development.

Post

Financing Recycling Programs and Facilities: Understanding Options and Resources

This document offers an overview of the current methods that local agencies use to fund their recycling programs and how the public and private sectors are financing recycling facilities.

Post

Financing and Siting Recycling Infrastructure Case Stories

The case stories below illustrate the creative ways local governments are financing and siting recycling infrastructure facilities. Consumer education, long term rate stabilization policies, charging the true cost of all service and identifying all elements of the “garbage bill” are some options illustrated in the financing case stories.The siting stories highlight some of the innovative recycling facilities being sited in cities and counties across California.

Post

Recycling Webinar Series
2014-2015

Webinar series on financing and planning/siting recycling facilities and programs.

Log in

Commands