California introduces law requiring residents to compost food scraps
Mark Niu 

In January, California became the second U.S. state after Vermont to require residents and business to start tossing their food scraps into separate bins for collection. 

The idea was inspired by San Francisco -- the first major U.S. city to pioneer such a program more than two decades ago. 

CGTN's Mark Niu reports.  

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