Marin’s businesses will have to meet new goals for diverting organic waste from landfills after a statewide mandate took aim at greenhouse gas emissions. Organic waste decomposing in landfills is a significant source of methane, and the county’s new targets—75 percent of organics diverted from landfills and 20 percent of edible food saved from the garbage for . . .

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