Green Loan Support is The Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone; Increasing businesses and jobs in Tehama County through:

Waste Prevention, Reuse

Manufacturing of Recycling Products

Composting & Anaerobic Digestion

The goal of the TCRMDZ is to establish local markets for recyclables and increase diversion in Tehama County
with attractive loans, technical assistance, and free product marketing.
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Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. tonight, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com.
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Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. tonight, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com.
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Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. next Thursday, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stop by Green Loan Support, the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, booth at the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce B.E.A.M. next Thursday, February 22nd. For more information about the Tehama County Recycling Market Development Zone, visit www.GreenLoanSupport.com.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Tehama County residents faced the daunting challenges of food deficiencies, unemployment and homelessness. Heather Ledford, the P.A.T.H. Executive Director, and her dedicated team addressed this need by implementing emergency food and shelter programs and job search services. P.A.T.H., which stands for Poor And The Homeless, is a local nonprofit organization established in 1999. It operates sober, transitional homes for individuals experiencing homelessness. Additionally, P.A.T.H.'s Day Center Program provides food programs for unhoused and low-income Tehama County residents.
When Ledford became aware of SB 1383, a law enacted on January 1, 2022, requiring California homes and businesses to recycle food and yard waste, she sought to integrate these provisions into P.A.T.H.'s existing programs. In alignment with the law’s mandate to divert food waste from landfills, P.A.T.H. collaborated with local businesses to provide meals for needy Tehama County individuals and communities.

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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Tehama County residents faced the daunting challenges of food deficiencies, unemployment and homelessness. Heather Ledford, the P.A.T.H. Executive Director, and her dedicated team addressed this need by implementing emergency food and shelter programs and job search services. P.A.T.H., which stands for Poor And The Homeless, is a local nonprofit organization established in 1999. It operates sober, transitional homes for individuals experiencing homelessness. Additionally, P.A.T.H.s Day Center Program provides food programs for unhoused and low-income Tehama County       residents.
When Ledford became aware of SB 1383, a law enacted on January 1, 2022, requiring California homes and businesses to recycle food and yard waste, she sought to integrate these provisions into P.A.T.H.s existing programs. In alignment with the law’s mandate to divert food waste from landfills, P.A.T.H. collaborated with local businesses to provide meals for needy Tehama County individuals and communities.

Go here to read the rest of the article: https://www.co.tehama.ca.us/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Tehama-Story10.pdf
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THE TCRMDZ OFFERS:
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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Low interest fixed-term loans (currently at 4.0%) for up to $2 million dollars or 75% of the project cost. The rates are re-assessed in February and August of each year.
Please contact the Zone Administrator for the most up-to-date interest rate.

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FREE SITING ASSISTANCE

We will assist you in finding an appropriate site for your company in Tehama County.

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FREE PERMITTING ASSISTANCE

We collaborate regionally and will assist in streamlining any permits you may need. We are your navigators.

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FREE FEEDSTOCK STUDIES

We can conduct a feedstock study to ensure you can obtain enough raw material to make your product in Tehama County.

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FREE MARKETING ASSISTANCE

We can help you market your product through the development of a website, social media tools, and free advertising.

The program can fund a maximum of 75% of cost directly attributed to an eligible project
up to a maximum of $2million, whichever is less.
Success Stories

ACRYLATEX

Acrylatex Coatings & Recycling, Inc. was established in 2008 as a latex recycling facility in Azusa, CA for the purpose of collecting and processing latex paint into re-usable products.

acrylatex.com

EARTHWORM SOIL FACTORY

In 2004 ESF diverted over 1000 yards of green waste from local landfills. Earthworm Soil Factory turns these unwanted materials into high quality soil amendments for soil and plant health and other environmentally useful commercial products.

buttevalleysupply.com

DEMO2DESIGN

Demo 2 Design answers the question of what to do with discarded construction materials.  Staff performs a site visit with contractors or homeowners before demolition to identify reusable materials that can be diverted from filling up the landfill. Contractors deconstruct and set aside materials which we transport, store and market.

demo2design.com

SAFEPATH Products

Located in Chico, CA, SafePath Products creates ADA compliant ramps and transition products from 100% recycled tires. Since 2002, SafePath has been able to divert 4,000 tires from landfills each month!

safepathproducts.com