Why You Need Us

Easy Waste Management helps your cannabis business meet strict requirements for the management and disposal of hazardous waste. These are just a few reasons our clients choose to partner with Easy Waste Management.

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Be Compliant with State Law

According to State Regulation, it is the responsibility of the operator to identify their waste streams as waste/cannabis waste/hazardous waste and follow all applicable rules and regulations for proper disposal [Title 16 CCR, Division 42 “BCC”; Title 17 CCR, Division 1 “CDPH”; Title 3 CCR, Division 8 “Cal-Cannabis / CDFA”; PRC, Division 30 “Waste Management”; Title 40 CFR, Part 239-282].

Partner with a Licensed Waste Service

If not managed onsite, operators must demonstrate that all waste is properly handled by a licensed and permitted cannabis waste service provider [BCC, §5054; CDPH, §40290; CDFA, §8308]

Mitigate Waste Odor

All cannabis waste must be properly disposed of. It is the obligation of the operator to mitigate potential sources of odor [BCC §5054 (c); CDPH §40290 (b); CDFA §8308 (e)].

Store Cannabis Goods

Cannabis goods intended for disposal shall remain on the licensed premises until rendered into cannabis waste. [§ 5054 BCC CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS (CCR) TITLE 16, DIVISION 42 (c)]

Submit a Waste Management Plan

It is a requirement of all operators obtaining a State license to submit a Waste Management Plan that clearly illustrates compliant waste handling and disposal procedures per local and State law [BCC §5054 (a)(b); CDPH §40290 (a); CDFA §8108].

Secure Waste on Licensed Premises

The State requires all cannabis waste to be stored in a secured area on the licensed premises, preventing the public for harm [BCC §5054 (e); CDPH §40290 (b); CDFA §8308 (d)].

Render Cannabis Byproduct Unusable

All cannabis byproduct must be properly rendered “unusable and unrecognizable” prior to leaving the licensed premises [BCC §5054 (d); CDPH §40290 (c); CDFA §8308 (g)]

Track and Trace Waste

All cannabis waste must be tracked and traced, illustrating that the cannabis product has been rendered “unusable and unrecognizable” and deposited at a licensed compost/landfill/solid waste facility [BCC” §5049 (a)(6) & §5054 (f) & §5314 (a)(3); CDPH” §40290 (d); CDFA §8308 (i)(j)(k) & §8402].