Santa Clarita Waste Management is teaming up with local artist Juliana Hannes as part of a new campaign to prepare residents to dispose of their organic waste from landfills. The partnership will use Haness’s design on reusable household items, such as kitchen towels and bags, as a reminder that under California Senate Bill 1383, Santa Clarita residents will soon sort, recycle their green food waste.
“We worked hard to prepare for SB 1383, developing organic materials processing technology, systems, and equipment,” said Ashley Cortes, Santa Clarita WM Public Sector Manager. “This artistic collaboration is a fun way to engage residents with changes in their services.”
Juliana Hannes, a 10-year-old Santa Clarita և pattern designer, is no stranger to the waste և recycling industry. He spent eight years leading community recycling programs before deciding to focus entirely on his artistic career.
“I hope residents enjoy the design as much as I enjoy creating them,” Haynes said. “Every project is an opportunity to learn. I’m excited that my work can help others learn about sustainability.”
Patterned kitchen towels and bags will be distributed by WM at local community events, including the KHTS Home and Garden Show, which takes place April 30 և May 1 in Central Park.
While there are no immediate changes in the residential services sector at the moment, WM would like to remind residents to recycle properly: litter, plastic bags, recycling polyethylene packaging, and keeping yard waste out of the yard.
“For over 20 years we have been helping the people of Santa Clarita with recycling. “By working together, we can make this new law on organic waste an easy, positive transition for the community,” Cortes said.
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