On Tuesday, the Oklahoma State Senate passed SB 808, a measure that would allow the director of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority to shut down cannabis operations causing damage to the environment.
New company collects marijuana waste from growers, processors and dispensaries, and composts the material in an in-vessel system.
In 2019, the Oklahoma Marijuana Waste Management Act opened the opportunity to a particular niche of the cannabis industry: waste management, granting 10 permits to private companies to manage cannabis waste.
Today, Metrc, the nation’s leading solution for cannabis governance, announced a new state contract with the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Metrc will begin work immediately to launch its system by February 2021 for the state’s almost 10,000 licensees.
Bill 882 created the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Waste Management Act that affirms the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) as the...
Medical Marijuana dispensaries and growers go through pounds of product every week. They also create pounds of marijuana waste, but regulations make it tough for some of them to get rid of it...
The main rule with cannabis waste is: you can’t just throw it away. The general rule of thumb is anything that has THC or comes into contact with THC has to be ground up and mixed with an aggregate material until