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California cannabis operators pivot to comply with new vape law

California cannabis brands and retailers are implementing new initiatives for vape packaging and disposal in response to a state law that went into effect July 1.

New requirements under California Business and Professional Code 26152.1, include:

A ban on using the term “disposable” to describe marijuana vape products in advertising, labeling and marketing. Mandating that THC oil, vape pens and batteries be disposed of at hazardous waste collection facilities or other approved business.


“This legislation will help educate customers on how to properly dispose of integrated vaporizers, highlighting the need to treat them as hazardous waste as opposed to normal waste,” said Angelica Sanchez, senior director of government affairs and compliance at Sacramento-based Perfect Union, which operates nine stores, primarily in

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