Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency

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The Agency strives to provide information related to Tehama County’s solid waste programs, plans, elements and progress towards reducing the amount of waste entering the landfill, and conserving natural resources while protecting human health and the environment.

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Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. next Thursday, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com. ... See MoreSee Less

Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. next Thursday, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Tehama County residents faced the daunting challenges of food deficiencies, unemployment and homelessness. Heather Ledford, the P.A.T.H. Executive Director, and her dedicated team addressed this need by implementing emergency food and shelter programs and job search services. P.A.T.H., which stands for Poor And The Homeless, is a local nonprofit organization established in 1999. It operates sober, transitional homes for individuals experiencing homelessness. Additionally, P.A.T.H.'s Day Center Program provides food programs for unhoused and low-income Tehama County residents.
When Ledford became aware of SB 1383, a law enacted on January 1, 2022, requiring California homes and businesses to recycle food and yard waste, she sought to integrate these provisions into P.A.T.H.'s existing programs. In alignment with the law’s mandate to divert food waste from landfills, P.A.T.H. collaborated with local businesses to provide meals for needy Tehama County individuals and communities.

Go here to read the rest of the article: www.co.tehama.ca.us/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Tehama-Story10.pdf
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Tehama County residents faced the daunting challenges of food deficiencies, unemployment and homelessness. Heather Ledford, the P.A.T.H. Executive Director, and her dedicated team addressed this need by implementing emergency food and shelter programs and job search services. P.A.T.H., which stands for Poor And The Homeless, is a local nonprofit organization established in 1999. It operates sober, transitional homes for individuals experiencing homelessness. Additionally, P.A.T.H.s Day Center Program provides food programs for unhoused and low-income Tehama County       residents.
When Ledford became aware of SB 1383, a law enacted on January 1, 2022, requiring California homes and businesses to recycle food and yard waste, she sought to integrate these provisions into P.A.T.H.s existing programs. In alignment with the law’s mandate to divert food waste from landfills, P.A.T.H. collaborated with local businesses to provide meals for needy Tehama County individuals and communities.

Go here to read the rest of the article: https://www.co.tehama.ca.us/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Tehama-Story10.pdf

Tehama County residents can bring their agricultural tires to the Tehama County/Red Bluff Landfill during normal weekday hours the entire month of February for FREE. APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED with a maximum of 6 agricultural tires accepted per property.
Please call the Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency at (530) 528-1103 to make an appointment. This event is funded by a grant from CalRecycle.
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Tehama County residents can bring their agricultural tires to the Tehama County/Red Bluff Landfill during normal weekday hours the entire month of February for FREE. APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED with a maximum of 6 agricultural tires accepted per property. 
Please call the Tehama County Solid Waste Management Agency at (530) 528-1103 to make an appointment. This event is funded by a grant from CalRecycle.
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