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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40950



40950.  (a) On or before March 1, 1990, and every five years
thereafter, each county, which is not a city and county, shall
convene a task force to assist in coordinating the development of
city source reduction and recycling elements prepared pursuant to
Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 41000), the county source
reduction and recycling element prepared pursuant to Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 41300), and to assist in the preparation of
the countywide siting element prepared pursuant to Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 41700).
   (b) The membership of the task force shall be determined by the
county and by a majority of the cities within the county which
contain a majority of the population of the incorporated area of the
county, except in those counties which have only two cities, in which
case the membership of the task force is subject to approval of the
city which contains the majority of the population of the
incorporated area of the county. The task force may include
representatives of the solid waste industry, environmental
organizations, the general public, special districts, and affected
governmental agencies.
   (c) To ensure a coordinated and cost-effective regional recycling
system, the task force shall do all of the following:
   (1) Identify solid waste management issues of countywide or
regional concern.
   (2) Determine the need for solid waste collection and transfer
systems, processing facilities, and marketing strategies that can
serve more than one local jurisdiction within the region.
   (3) Facilitate the development of multijurisdictional arrangements
for the marketing of recyclable materials.
   (4) To the extent possible, facilitate resolution of conflicts and
inconsistencies between or among city and county source reduction
and recycling elements.
   (d) The task force shall develop goals, policies, and procedures
which are consistent with guidelines and regulations adopted by the
board, to guide the development of the siting element of the
countywide integrated waste management plan.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 40950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40950



40950.  (a) On or before March 1, 1990, and every five years
thereafter, each county, which is not a city and county, shall
convene a task force to assist in coordinating the development of
city source reduction and recycling elements prepared pursuant to
Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 41000), the county source
reduction and recycling element prepared pursuant to Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 41300), and to assist in the preparation of
the countywide siting element prepared pursuant to Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 41700).
   (b) The membership of the task force shall be determined by the
county and by a majority of the cities within the county which
contain a majority of the population of the incorporated area of the
county, except in those counties which have only two cities, in which
case the membership of the task force is subject to approval of the
city which contains the majority of the population of the
incorporated area of the county. The task force may include
representatives of the solid waste industry, environmental
organizations, the general public, special districts, and affected
governmental agencies.
   (c) To ensure a coordinated and cost-effective regional recycling
system, the task force shall do all of the following:
   (1) Identify solid waste management issues of countywide or
regional concern.
   (2) Determine the need for solid waste collection and transfer
systems, processing facilities, and marketing strategies that can
serve more than one local jurisdiction within the region.
   (3) Facilitate the development of multijurisdictional arrangements
for the marketing of recyclable materials.
   (4) To the extent possible, facilitate resolution of conflicts and
inconsistencies between or among city and county source reduction
and recycling elements.
   (d) The task force shall develop goals, policies, and procedures
which are consistent with guidelines and regulations adopted by the
board, to guide the development of the siting element of the
countywide integrated waste management plan.



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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 40950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 40950



40950.  (a) On or before March 1, 1990, and every five years
thereafter, each county, which is not a city and county, shall
convene a task force to assist in coordinating the development of
city source reduction and recycling elements prepared pursuant to
Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 41000), the county source
reduction and recycling element prepared pursuant to Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 41300), and to assist in the preparation of
the countywide siting element prepared pursuant to Chapter 4
(commencing with Section 41700).
   (b) The membership of the task force shall be determined by the
county and by a majority of the cities within the county which
contain a majority of the population of the incorporated area of the
county, except in those counties which have only two cities, in which
case the membership of the task force is subject to approval of the
city which contains the majority of the population of the
incorporated area of the county. The task force may include
representatives of the solid waste industry, environmental
organizations, the general public, special districts, and affected
governmental agencies.
   (c) To ensure a coordinated and cost-effective regional recycling
system, the task force shall do all of the following:
   (1) Identify solid waste management issues of countywide or
regional concern.
   (2) Determine the need for solid waste collection and transfer
systems, processing facilities, and marketing strategies that can
serve more than one local jurisdiction within the region.
   (3) Facilitate the development of multijurisdictional arrangements
for the marketing of recyclable materials.
   (4) To the extent possible, facilitate resolution of conflicts and
inconsistencies between or among city and county source reduction
and recycling elements.
   (d) The task force shall develop goals, policies, and procedures
which are consistent with guidelines and regulations adopted by the
board, to guide the development of the siting element of the
countywide integrated waste management plan.


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