A state law signed by Gov. Jay Pritzker locations limits on the quantity of water and electrical energy growers can use as properly as setting needs for water runoff and wastewater.
The law applies to each recreational and health-related marijuana companies in Illinois, exactly where adult-use sales are anticipated to commence Jan. 1.
The sustainability needs of the new law are amongst the strictest in the nation, according to Sam Milton, a consultant for Climate Sources Group, which aids companies pursue sustainable practices.
“It certainly puts Illinois at or close to the major in terms of state policies for power and environmental overall performance for cultivation facilities,” Milton told the Belleville News-Democrat.
Managing power and water usage is an ongoing concern for marijuana companies.
Additional specifics on the legislation needs can be identified right here.