Recycling Program Aims To Convert Cannabis Waste Into Fuel

This article was originally published on WeedWeek, and appears here with permission.

One of California’s largest dispensaries has helped launch a first-of-its-kind recycling program in which cannabis packaging will be converted into fuel to help power delivery vehicles.

Airfield Supply Co., a San Jose storefront that bills itself as the largest single-site dispensary in the state, is the first dispensary to sign on for the pilot program that could prevent as many as 5,000 plastic items from entering the state’s waste stream each day. CannaCraft, a Sonoma County manufacturer, and Resynergi, Sonoma County company that converts plastics into oils, are partners in the program.

Marc Matulich, CEO of Airfield Supply Co., said his company is excited to join the effort. The firm plans to place Resynergi recycling bins throughout its facilities and to also provide …

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