Click the logo to find recycling cans for FOH and BOH.

Click on the image to purchase a split container or ask your hauler to provide one.
Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) is the procurement of goods and services that have a reduced impact on human health and the environment. Click on the logo for a buying green guide.
CalRecycle is the state agency whose mission is to reduce waste. Click on the logo to obtain answers to any waste or recycling questions.

Here are resources to help you recycle right!

Click on this image for a restaurant guide to reducing plastic. This guide offers restaurants detailed practical advice on how to reduce the use of plastic in their operations, and how to convey those changes to customers, the media, and the general public.

Earth911 is North America's most extensive recycling database. Click on the logo to and enter your zip code to find recycling options for in your area.
The city of Los Angeles launched a new public/private partnership that offers waste and recycling services to all commercial businesses to move closer to achieving zero waste. Click on the logo to get started.

To dive into the economic case for reuse read Upstream's The New Reuse Economy: the future of food service is reuse. Click the Logo

Suay Sew Shop recycles textiles. Click on the icon and find out if they will take your old linen tablecloths, napkins, and aprons.

Need to zero waste your event? Zero Waste Co will come to your event and create clean streams of organics and recyclables to make your event SB 1383 compliant and more!

Compostable LA provides organics collection for events. Click on the icon to set up collection.

Resources to change your restaurant products from plastic to fiber.