City of Oxnard Approves 3-Year Agreement With Agromin to Recycle City’s Green Waste

Oxnard, Calif.—At the September 11 Oxnard City Council meeting, council members approved a 3-year, $4 million agreement with Agromin for the company to provide organic waste recycling services to the city.

Approximately 12,000 tons of organic material is collected at curbside each year in Oxnard and another 11,000 tons is collected annually at Del Norte Regional Recycling and Transfer Station. This green waste will be hauled to Agromin’s processing centers on Limoneira Company property in Santa Paula and to the Simi Valley Recycling Center at the Simi Valley Landfill.

As part of the agreement, Agromin will give away up to 25,000 four-quart bags of compost at community events including Earth Day, America Recycles Day, the California Strawberry Festival and sustainability or conservation-related events hosted by the city. Agromin will also provide bulk soil products to city parks and landscaping at a 30 percent discount.

Agromin is headquartered in Oxnard with processing facilities throughout California. It uses a safe, natural and sustainable process to transform the material it receives into earth-friendly soil products for farmers, landscapers and gardeners. On the conservation side, Agromin’s organics recycling efforts keep waste out of landfills and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

For more information about Agromin and its products, go to or call 800-247-6646.


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