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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40910-40913



40910.  The board shall establish, on or before January 1, 1994, an
office of local government assistance. The office shall, to the
maximum extent feasible, utilizing existing resources, assist local
agencies in the preparation, modification, and implementation of
integrated waste management plans.



40911.  In adopting or amending regulations pursuant to this part,
the board shall take into account all of the following:
   (a) The shared responsibility that exists between the board and
local agencies for activities such as the development of markets for
materials diverted from disposal facilities, public education and
information, and source reduction.
   (b) The importance of promoting regional cooperation among local
agencies and cooperation among local agencies and the board in
achieving the objectives of this division, to the extent that this
cooperation will result in more cost-effective and efficient
implementation of this division.
   (c) The need for local agencies to receive assistance from the
board in preparing and implementing integrated waste management plans
and the elements of those plans.



40912.  (a) The board shall develop a model countywide or regional
siting element and a model countywide or regional agency integrated
waste management plan that will establish prototypes of the content
and format that counties or regional agencies may use in meeting the
requirements of this part.
   (b) On or before July 1, 2001, the board shall develop a model
revised source reduction and recycling element that will establish
prototypes of the content and format of that element that cities,
counties, regional agencies, or a city and county may use in meeting
the requirements of this part.
   (c) The board shall adopt a program to provide assistance to
cities, counties, regional agencies, or a city and county in the
development and implementation of source reduction programs. The
program shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
   (1) The development of model source reduction programs and
strategies that may be used at the local and regional level.
   (2) Ongoing analysis of public and private sector source reduction
programs that may be provided to cities, counties, regional
agencies, and a city and county in order to assist them in complying
with Article 3 (commencing with Section 41050) of Chapter 2 and
Article 3 (commencing with Section 41350) of Chapter 3.
   (3) Assistance to cities, counties, regional agencies, and a city
and county in the development of source reduction programs for
commercial and industrial generators of solid waste that include the
development of source reduction strategies designed for specific
types of commercial and industrial generators.
   (d) The board shall, to the maximum extent feasible, utilizing
existing resources, provide local jurisdictions and private
businesses with information, tools, and mathematical models to assist
with meeting or exceeding the 50-percent diversion requirement
pursuant to Section 41780. The board shall act as a solid waste
information clearinghouse.
   (e) (1) On or before April 1, 2003, and using existing resources,
the board shall provide local jurisdictions and private businesses
with information and models to assist with consideration of
environmental justice concerns when complying with Section 41701.
   (2) For the purposes of this subdivision, "environmental justice"
has the meaning defined in subdivision (e) of Section 65040.12 of the
Government Code.


40913.  (a) On or before January 1, 1994, the board shall develop
and implement a program to assist local agencies in the
identification of markets for materials that are diverted from
disposal facilities through source reduction, recycling, and
composting.
   (b) The program shall provide information to local agencies on
individual purchasers of diverted materials and on potential and
actual local, regional, and statewide marketing opportunities for
materials that are diverted from disposal facilities. The program
also shall provide local agencies with information on programs
implemented by the board and by other agencies of state government to
assist in the development, maintenance, and enhancement of markets
for materials that are diverted from disposal facilities.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 40910-40913

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40910-40913



40910.  The board shall establish, on or before January 1, 1994, an
office of local government assistance. The office shall, to the
maximum extent feasible, utilizing existing resources, assist local
agencies in the preparation, modification, and implementation of
integrated waste management plans.



40911.  In adopting or amending regulations pursuant to this part,
the board shall take into account all of the following:
   (a) The shared responsibility that exists between the board and
local agencies for activities such as the development of markets for
materials diverted from disposal facilities, public education and
information, and source reduction.
   (b) The importance of promoting regional cooperation among local
agencies and cooperation among local agencies and the board in
achieving the objectives of this division, to the extent that this
cooperation will result in more cost-effective and efficient
implementation of this division.
   (c) The need for local agencies to receive assistance from the
board in preparing and implementing integrated waste management plans
and the elements of those plans.



40912.  (a) The board shall develop a model countywide or regional
siting element and a model countywide or regional agency integrated
waste management plan that will establish prototypes of the content
and format that counties or regional agencies may use in meeting the
requirements of this part.
   (b) On or before July 1, 2001, the board shall develop a model
revised source reduction and recycling element that will establish
prototypes of the content and format of that element that cities,
counties, regional agencies, or a city and county may use in meeting
the requirements of this part.
   (c) The board shall adopt a program to provide assistance to
cities, counties, regional agencies, or a city and county in the
development and implementation of source reduction programs. The
program shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
   (1) The development of model source reduction programs and
strategies that may be used at the local and regional level.
   (2) Ongoing analysis of public and private sector source reduction
programs that may be provided to cities, counties, regional
agencies, and a city and county in order to assist them in complying
with Article 3 (commencing with Section 41050) of Chapter 2 and
Article 3 (commencing with Section 41350) of Chapter 3.
   (3) Assistance to cities, counties, regional agencies, and a city
and county in the development of source reduction programs for
commercial and industrial generators of solid waste that include the
development of source reduction strategies designed for specific
types of commercial and industrial generators.
   (d) The board shall, to the maximum extent feasible, utilizing
existing resources, provide local jurisdictions and private
businesses with information, tools, and mathematical models to assist
with meeting or exceeding the 50-percent diversion requirement
pursuant to Section 41780. The board shall act as a solid waste
information clearinghouse.
   (e) (1) On or before April 1, 2003, and using existing resources,
the board shall provide local jurisdictions and private businesses
with information and models to assist with consideration of
environmental justice concerns when complying with Section 41701.
   (2) For the purposes of this subdivision, "environmental justice"
has the meaning defined in subdivision (e) of Section 65040.12 of the
Government Code.


40913.  (a) On or before January 1, 1994, the board shall develop
and implement a program to assist local agencies in the
identification of markets for materials that are diverted from
disposal facilities through source reduction, recycling, and
composting.
   (b) The program shall provide information to local agencies on
individual purchasers of diverted materials and on potential and
actual local, regional, and statewide marketing opportunities for
materials that are diverted from disposal facilities. The program
also shall provide local agencies with information on programs
implemented by the board and by other agencies of state government to
assist in the development, maintenance, and enhancement of markets
for materials that are diverted from disposal facilities.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 40910-40913

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40910-40913



40910.  The board shall establish, on or before January 1, 1994, an
office of local government assistance. The office shall, to the
maximum extent feasible, utilizing existing resources, assist local
agencies in the preparation, modification, and implementation of
integrated waste management plans.



40911.  In adopting or amending regulations pursuant to this part,
the board shall take into account all of the following:
   (a) The shared responsibility that exists between the board and
local agencies for activities such as the development of markets for
materials diverted from disposal facilities, public education and
information, and source reduction.
   (b) The importance of promoting regional cooperation among local
agencies and cooperation among local agencies and the board in
achieving the objectives of this division, to the extent that this
cooperation will result in more cost-effective and efficient
implementation of this division.
   (c) The need for local agencies to receive assistance from the
board in preparing and implementing integrated waste management plans
and the elements of those plans.



40912.  (a) The board shall develop a model countywide or regional
siting element and a model countywide or regional agency integrated
waste management plan that will establish prototypes of the content
and format that counties or regional agencies may use in meeting the
requirements of this part.
   (b) On or before July 1, 2001, the board shall develop a model
revised source reduction and recycling element that will establish
prototypes of the content and format of that element that cities,
counties, regional agencies, or a city and county may use in meeting
the requirements of this part.
   (c) The board shall adopt a program to provide assistance to
cities, counties, regional agencies, or a city and county in the
development and implementation of source reduction programs. The
program shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
   (1) The development of model source reduction programs and
strategies that may be used at the local and regional level.
   (2) Ongoing analysis of public and private sector source reduction
programs that may be provided to cities, counties, regional
agencies, and a city and county in order to assist them in complying
with Article 3 (commencing with Section 41050) of Chapter 2 and
Article 3 (commencing with Section 41350) of Chapter 3.
   (3) Assistance to cities, counties, regional agencies, and a city
and county in the development of source reduction programs for
commercial and industrial generators of solid waste that include the
development of source reduction strategies designed for specific
types of commercial and industrial generators.
   (d) The board shall, to the maximum extent feasible, utilizing
existing resources, provide local jurisdictions and private
businesses with information, tools, and mathematical models to assist
with meeting or exceeding the 50-percent diversion requirement
pursuant to Section 41780. The board shall act as a solid waste
information clearinghouse.
   (e) (1) On or before April 1, 2003, and using existing resources,
the board shall provide local jurisdictions and private businesses
with information and models to assist with consideration of
environmental justice concerns when complying with Section 41701.
   (2) For the purposes of this subdivision, "environmental justice"
has the meaning defined in subdivision (e) of Section 65040.12 of the
Government Code.


40913.  (a) On or before January 1, 1994, the board shall develop
and implement a program to assist local agencies in the
identification of markets for materials that are diverted from
disposal facilities through source reduction, recycling, and
composting.
   (b) The program shall provide information to local agencies on
individual purchasers of diverted materials and on potential and
actual local, regional, and statewide marketing opportunities for
materials that are diverted from disposal facilities. The program
also shall provide local agencies with information on programs
implemented by the board and by other agencies of state government to
assist in the development, maintenance, and enhancement of markets
for materials that are diverted from disposal facilities.


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