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Riverside County Business Model

Business Name: Lake Skinner Recreation Area- Riverside County Parks and Open Space District

Riverside Waste Wise Champion: Gold Status

Business Address:  37701 Warren rd., Winchester, CA 92596

Current Environmental Initiatives: 

Lake Skinner Recreation Area is driven to becoming the regional leader in improving lives by offering a place of outstanding scenic, recreational, and historic importance. Lake Skinner seeks to minimize its environmental footprint, consider the needs of present and future generations, and be aware of connections with the greater riverside area. We are taking steps to improve sustainability in park development, climate impact, community engagement, energy and water conservation, mind full purchasing, sustainable transportation, and waste reduction and recycling.

Specific actions taken in waste reduction include recycling beverage containers of nearly 400lbs per month. Actively removing cardboard from trash bins in favor of a recycling bin. Yard waste of grass clippings, tree trimming, and leaves are mulched and returned to the soil. Purchasing office and janitorial supplies containing recycled material where available. Reducing dependency on disposable dishes, utensils, and cups in the break room. Reducing paper usage by increasing electronic communication, printing two sided, and reusing scrap paper in arts and crafts projects at the nature center and ranger campfire programs.

 

Fill out the Intent to Register Form, and a Specialist will follow up with a Scorecard

Business Recycling Documents (pdfs)

MCR/MORe Compliance Form (English & Español )
Wasted Food - Food Waste Flyer (English | Español)
Business Recycling Flyer (English | Español)
CalRecycle Organics Recycling Guide for Business (English | Español)
Construction and Demoliton Debris Recyclers (English)

AB 341 & 1826

With the passage of AB341 Mandatory Commercial Recycling  and AB1826 Mandatory Organics Recycling, California is one of the first states in the nation to enact a statewide program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by diverting commercial solid waste and organics from landfills.

Recyclable material types can include, but are not limited to: paper, plastics, glass, metals, cardboard, green waste, food waste, and construction and demolition materials. While significant commercial recycling already occurs, much of the commercial sector waste disposed in landfills is clean enough to be recycled.

Organic wastes are recyclable through composting and mulching, and through anaerobic digestion, which can produce renewable energy. In an effort to achieve California's recycling and greenhouse gas emission goals, in 2016, the State began implementing AB 1826 Legislation (Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling) in a tiered approach..

For detailed information on the requirements go to CalRecycle's website.

Contact Information

If you have any questions, please call 951-486-3200 or email WasteCommunityOutreach@rivco.org to speak to a Specialist.