Roseville has implemented the organics recycling program based on the state of California law, AB 1826. This is a program that keeps organic waste out of landfills, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and bolster alternative energy by diverting this waste to create renewable energy or helps create compost.


Organics truck
Roseville launched the food recycling program in 2016 and reached a milestone during the summer of 2017, picking up 40 tons of food waste in a single week.  The food waste is made into compost at the nearby landfill.