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Statutes > California > Prc > 41050-41054

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41050-41054



41050.  The city source reduction component shall include a program
and implementation schedule which shows the methods by which the city
will, in combination with the recycling and composting components,
reduce a sufficient amount of solid waste disposed of by the city to
comply with the diversion requirements of Section 41780.




41051.  The city source reduction component shall describe the types
of materials which will be reduced under the programs in Section
41050.


41052.  The city source reduction component shall describe the
methods the city will use to determine the categories of solid wastes
to be diverted from disposal at a disposal facility through source
reduction.


41053.  The city source reduction component shall describe new
facilities, and of expansion of existing facilities, which will be
needed to implement the source reduction component.



41054.  The city source reduction component shall evaluate and
identify rate structures and fees to reduce the amount of wastes that
generators produce, and other source reduction strategies,
including, but not limited to, programs and economic incentives to
reduce the use of nonrecyclable materials, replace disposable
materials and products with reusable materials and products, reduce
packaging, and increase the efficiency of the use of paper,
cardboard, glass, metal, and other materials.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 41050-41054

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41050-41054



41050.  The city source reduction component shall include a program
and implementation schedule which shows the methods by which the city
will, in combination with the recycling and composting components,
reduce a sufficient amount of solid waste disposed of by the city to
comply with the diversion requirements of Section 41780.




41051.  The city source reduction component shall describe the types
of materials which will be reduced under the programs in Section
41050.


41052.  The city source reduction component shall describe the
methods the city will use to determine the categories of solid wastes
to be diverted from disposal at a disposal facility through source
reduction.


41053.  The city source reduction component shall describe new
facilities, and of expansion of existing facilities, which will be
needed to implement the source reduction component.



41054.  The city source reduction component shall evaluate and
identify rate structures and fees to reduce the amount of wastes that
generators produce, and other source reduction strategies,
including, but not limited to, programs and economic incentives to
reduce the use of nonrecyclable materials, replace disposable
materials and products with reusable materials and products, reduce
packaging, and increase the efficiency of the use of paper,
cardboard, glass, metal, and other materials.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 41050-41054

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41050-41054



41050.  The city source reduction component shall include a program
and implementation schedule which shows the methods by which the city
will, in combination with the recycling and composting components,
reduce a sufficient amount of solid waste disposed of by the city to
comply with the diversion requirements of Section 41780.




41051.  The city source reduction component shall describe the types
of materials which will be reduced under the programs in Section
41050.


41052.  The city source reduction component shall describe the
methods the city will use to determine the categories of solid wastes
to be diverted from disposal at a disposal facility through source
reduction.


41053.  The city source reduction component shall describe new
facilities, and of expansion of existing facilities, which will be
needed to implement the source reduction component.



41054.  The city source reduction component shall evaluate and
identify rate structures and fees to reduce the amount of wastes that
generators produce, and other source reduction strategies,
including, but not limited to, programs and economic incentives to
reduce the use of nonrecyclable materials, replace disposable
materials and products with reusable materials and products, reduce
packaging, and increase the efficiency of the use of paper,
cardboard, glass, metal, and other materials.


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