Yvonne Yeung

Resource recovery and recycling administrator, City of Santa Monica

Resource recovery and recycling administrator for the City of Santa Monica

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Don’t trash your fruit peels, chicken bones, and coffee grinds. A new food waste recycling law in California aims to cut methane emissions household by household.

Recycle food waste to cut emissions: CA ushers in new law

Don’t trash your fruit peels, chicken bones, and coffee grinds. A new food waste recycling law in California aims to cut methane emissions household by household.

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