You may or may not have read the Bureau of Cannabis Control‘s (BCC) new fact sheet regarding cannabis laboratory testing requirements. When it comes time for a corrective action plan for failed cannabis goods and destruction of failed cannabis goods, this is what you need to know about your cannabis waste management:

Corrective Action Plan for Failed Cannabis Goods

A failed cannabis goods batch may be remediated or destroyed if the licensed manufacturer or licensed microbusiness complies with the following: Prior to any remediation, the licensed manufacturer or licensed microbusiness must submit a corrective action plan to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) at CDPH will review and ultimately approve or deny remediation plans.  Once the cannabis goods have been remediated and returned to the distributor’s premises, the cannabis goods batch must pass all required regulatory compliance testing before being transported to a retailer for sale.

GAIACA can assist you with your corrective action plan for the destruction of failed cannabis goods. Once your corrective action plan is approved by CDPH, we will schedule a special pick-up and will provide all of the necessary paperwork to the State on your behalf, as proof of regulatory compliance. We’ve been working with non-compliant cannabis products since July 1st and will continue to work with operators to compliantly dispose of their cannabis waste.

The full info sheet released by the BCC can be found here:

If you have any questions about a corrective action plan for failed cannabis goods or destruction of failed cannabis goods, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly.