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Case Study: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation

This past spring PopUP CleanUP serviced a zero waste event with recycling and organics separation at the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation just to the Northwest of Sacramento in Brooks, California. The Yocha Dehe Wintun are Patwin people and held a spiritual event for their tribe. We sent three cleaners to their reservation where they had volunteers teach us how they wanted the separation done.


Their goal was to create a zero waste experience where everything went back into compost or to a recycling center. This was our second rodeo attending to trash separation at an event since California passed laws SB 1383 and AB 2176 mandating landfill reduction strategies for events and organics separation to reduce methane gas production.


While this isn't work for the clean obsessed (we do use gloves to do the separation, but it can be messy and stinky). it's really critical for the environment and more and more events are coming to us for this service. As long as your event has a sorting station set up with a correct allocation of dumpsters for the various waste types, we can provide staffing to fulfill your zero waste goals.


PopUP CleanUP is cleaning company specializing in the needs of all types of large scale events.


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