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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41330-41333



41330.  (a) For the initial source reduction and recycling element
of a countywide integrated waste management plan which is required to
be submitted to the board pursuant to Section 41791, the county
waste characterization component shall identify the constituent
materials which comprise the solid waste generated within the
unincorporated area of the county. The information shall be
representative of the solid waste generated and disposed of within
that area and shall reflect seasonal variations. The constituent
materials shall be identified by volume, percentage in weight or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources. Future revisions of waste characterization studies shall
identify the constituent materials which comprise the solid waste
disposed of at permitted disposal facilities.
   (b) In adopting or revising regulations implementing subdivision
(a), the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Permit the use of studies or data developed on a regional
basis and adapted to the conditions which exist in a county preparing
its waste characterization component.
   (2) Permit the use of preexisting data or studies, including those
data and studies prepared by local governments with similar waste
characteristics.
   (3) Require only that amount of seasonal sampling, and waste
characterization only of those categories of waste, necessary to
achieve the diversion requirements of paragraph (1) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.



41331.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41330, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste generated,
diverted, and disposed of, shall include data which is as accurate as
possible, on the quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and
disposed of, to enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to
accurately measure the diversion requirements established under
paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 41780.



41332.  For the first revision, and any subsequent revision, of a
source reduction and recycling element of a countywide integrated
waste management plan which is required to be submitted to the board
pursuant to Section 41770, the county waste characterization
component shall identify the constituent materials which comprise the
solid waste disposed of within the unincorporated area of the
county. The information shall be statistically representative of the
solid waste disposed of within that area and shall reflect seasonal
variations. The constituent materials shall, to the extent
practicable, be identified by volume, percentage in weight, or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation, which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources.



41333.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41332, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste disposed of,
shall include data which is as accurate as practicable, on the
quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and disposed of, to
enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to accurately
measure the diversion requirements of paragraph (2) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 41330-41333

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41330-41333



41330.  (a) For the initial source reduction and recycling element
of a countywide integrated waste management plan which is required to
be submitted to the board pursuant to Section 41791, the county
waste characterization component shall identify the constituent
materials which comprise the solid waste generated within the
unincorporated area of the county. The information shall be
representative of the solid waste generated and disposed of within
that area and shall reflect seasonal variations. The constituent
materials shall be identified by volume, percentage in weight or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources. Future revisions of waste characterization studies shall
identify the constituent materials which comprise the solid waste
disposed of at permitted disposal facilities.
   (b) In adopting or revising regulations implementing subdivision
(a), the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Permit the use of studies or data developed on a regional
basis and adapted to the conditions which exist in a county preparing
its waste characterization component.
   (2) Permit the use of preexisting data or studies, including those
data and studies prepared by local governments with similar waste
characteristics.
   (3) Require only that amount of seasonal sampling, and waste
characterization only of those categories of waste, necessary to
achieve the diversion requirements of paragraph (1) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.



41331.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41330, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste generated,
diverted, and disposed of, shall include data which is as accurate as
possible, on the quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and
disposed of, to enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to
accurately measure the diversion requirements established under
paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 41780.



41332.  For the first revision, and any subsequent revision, of a
source reduction and recycling element of a countywide integrated
waste management plan which is required to be submitted to the board
pursuant to Section 41770, the county waste characterization
component shall identify the constituent materials which comprise the
solid waste disposed of within the unincorporated area of the
county. The information shall be statistically representative of the
solid waste disposed of within that area and shall reflect seasonal
variations. The constituent materials shall, to the extent
practicable, be identified by volume, percentage in weight, or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation, which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources.



41333.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41332, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste disposed of,
shall include data which is as accurate as practicable, on the
quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and disposed of, to
enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to accurately
measure the diversion requirements of paragraph (2) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 41330-41333

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41330-41333



41330.  (a) For the initial source reduction and recycling element
of a countywide integrated waste management plan which is required to
be submitted to the board pursuant to Section 41791, the county
waste characterization component shall identify the constituent
materials which comprise the solid waste generated within the
unincorporated area of the county. The information shall be
representative of the solid waste generated and disposed of within
that area and shall reflect seasonal variations. The constituent
materials shall be identified by volume, percentage in weight or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources. Future revisions of waste characterization studies shall
identify the constituent materials which comprise the solid waste
disposed of at permitted disposal facilities.
   (b) In adopting or revising regulations implementing subdivision
(a), the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Permit the use of studies or data developed on a regional
basis and adapted to the conditions which exist in a county preparing
its waste characterization component.
   (2) Permit the use of preexisting data or studies, including those
data and studies prepared by local governments with similar waste
characteristics.
   (3) Require only that amount of seasonal sampling, and waste
characterization only of those categories of waste, necessary to
achieve the diversion requirements of paragraph (1) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.



41331.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41330, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste generated,
diverted, and disposed of, shall include data which is as accurate as
possible, on the quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and
disposed of, to enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to
accurately measure the diversion requirements established under
paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 41780.



41332.  For the first revision, and any subsequent revision, of a
source reduction and recycling element of a countywide integrated
waste management plan which is required to be submitted to the board
pursuant to Section 41770, the county waste characterization
component shall identify the constituent materials which comprise the
solid waste disposed of within the unincorporated area of the
county. The information shall be statistically representative of the
solid waste disposed of within that area and shall reflect seasonal
variations. The constituent materials shall, to the extent
practicable, be identified by volume, percentage in weight, or its
volumetric equivalent, material type, and source of generation, which
includes residential, commercial, industrial, governmental, or other
sources.



41333.  Any waste characterization component prepared by a county
pursuant to Section 41332, and any other information submitted by a
county to the board on the quantities of solid waste disposed of,
shall include data which is as accurate as practicable, on the
quantities of solid waste generated, diverted, and disposed of, to
enable the board, to the maximum extent possible, to accurately
measure the diversion requirements of paragraph (2) of subdivision
(a) of Section 41780.


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