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Stanislaus County crop income: $1,000,000,000 per year. Signature Fruit Company: 3,800 employees 500,000,000 lb/year fresh fruit. Food processing residue: green fruit, over-ripe fruit, bruised, fruit, leaves and twigs, pulp from juice.

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Stanislaus County crop income: $1,000,000,000 per year


  • Signature Fruit Company:

  • 3,800 employees

  • 500,000,000 lb/year fresh fruit


  • Food processing residue:

  • green fruit,

  • over-ripe fruit,

  • bruised, fruit,

  • leaves and twigs,

  • pulp from juice


Signature recycled 9,400 tons of food processing residue in 2003

Countywide, food processors recycled 300,000 tons of residue


Program to monitor and control the use of FPR is administered by Stanislaus County

Food processing residue has a beneficial use; it is not “waste”


2003 Dos Rios applied nitrogen as residue at a rate of 24 lb/acre;

TVG’s permit, WDR 97-140, allowed nitrogen application limit of 382 lb/acre


  • Landfill as an alternative to soil amendment:

  • cost to SFC is $240,000 per year;

  • not environmentally friendly


Stanislaus County and industry work together for a win/win solution


The County has a well designed program to protect the environment; monitor and control the application of FPR as soil amendment; validate the effectiveness of the program


Stanislaus County’s program is an excellent model for other counties


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