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Statutes > California > Prc > 42005-42009

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42005-42009



42005.  (a) The board shall develop a comprehensive market
development plan using existing resources, that will stimulate market
demand in the state for postconsumer waste material and secondary
waste material generated in the state.
   (b) The board's market development plan shall include, but shall
not be limited to, achieving all of the following goals:
   (1) Increasing market demand for postconsumer waste materials and
secondary waste materials available due to California's source
reduction and recycling programs.
   (2) Increasing demand for recycled content products, especially
high quality, value-added products.
   (3) Promoting efficient local waste diversion systems which yield
high quality, industrially usable feedstocks.
   (4) Promoting the competitive collection and use of secondary
waste materials.
   (c) The board's development plan shall also include efforts to
encourage and promote cooperative, regional programs to expand
markets for recycled material. These programs shall include
activities to address problems and opportunities that are unique to
rural, urban, and suburban areas of the state.
   (d) The board shall develop a plan, using existing resources, to
provide assistance to local agencies when requested by a city,
county, or regional agency, in the implementation of cost-effective
programs that provide a quality supply of recycled materials for
markets.


42006.  (a) The plan required by Section 42005 shall describe and
prioritize actions that should be undertaken to meet the goals
specified in subdivision (b) of Section 42005.
   (b) The plan shall include provisions for periodic review and
revision in response to changing market factors or actual changes in
secondary waste materials markets.



42007.  Upon adoption of the plan required by Section 42005, the
board shall conduct a detailed analysis of staff resources and
consider how to most effectively implement the plan in consideration
of existing statutory mandates and resource constraints.




42009.  Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to infringe upon
regulations relating to civil rights, equal employment rights, equal
opportunity rights, or fair housing rights of any person or any
environmental protection or public health law.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42005-42009

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42005-42009



42005.  (a) The board shall develop a comprehensive market
development plan using existing resources, that will stimulate market
demand in the state for postconsumer waste material and secondary
waste material generated in the state.
   (b) The board's market development plan shall include, but shall
not be limited to, achieving all of the following goals:
   (1) Increasing market demand for postconsumer waste materials and
secondary waste materials available due to California's source
reduction and recycling programs.
   (2) Increasing demand for recycled content products, especially
high quality, value-added products.
   (3) Promoting efficient local waste diversion systems which yield
high quality, industrially usable feedstocks.
   (4) Promoting the competitive collection and use of secondary
waste materials.
   (c) The board's development plan shall also include efforts to
encourage and promote cooperative, regional programs to expand
markets for recycled material. These programs shall include
activities to address problems and opportunities that are unique to
rural, urban, and suburban areas of the state.
   (d) The board shall develop a plan, using existing resources, to
provide assistance to local agencies when requested by a city,
county, or regional agency, in the implementation of cost-effective
programs that provide a quality supply of recycled materials for
markets.


42006.  (a) The plan required by Section 42005 shall describe and
prioritize actions that should be undertaken to meet the goals
specified in subdivision (b) of Section 42005.
   (b) The plan shall include provisions for periodic review and
revision in response to changing market factors or actual changes in
secondary waste materials markets.



42007.  Upon adoption of the plan required by Section 42005, the
board shall conduct a detailed analysis of staff resources and
consider how to most effectively implement the plan in consideration
of existing statutory mandates and resource constraints.




42009.  Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to infringe upon
regulations relating to civil rights, equal employment rights, equal
opportunity rights, or fair housing rights of any person or any
environmental protection or public health law.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42005-42009

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42005-42009



42005.  (a) The board shall develop a comprehensive market
development plan using existing resources, that will stimulate market
demand in the state for postconsumer waste material and secondary
waste material generated in the state.
   (b) The board's market development plan shall include, but shall
not be limited to, achieving all of the following goals:
   (1) Increasing market demand for postconsumer waste materials and
secondary waste materials available due to California's source
reduction and recycling programs.
   (2) Increasing demand for recycled content products, especially
high quality, value-added products.
   (3) Promoting efficient local waste diversion systems which yield
high quality, industrially usable feedstocks.
   (4) Promoting the competitive collection and use of secondary
waste materials.
   (c) The board's development plan shall also include efforts to
encourage and promote cooperative, regional programs to expand
markets for recycled material. These programs shall include
activities to address problems and opportunities that are unique to
rural, urban, and suburban areas of the state.
   (d) The board shall develop a plan, using existing resources, to
provide assistance to local agencies when requested by a city,
county, or regional agency, in the implementation of cost-effective
programs that provide a quality supply of recycled materials for
markets.


42006.  (a) The plan required by Section 42005 shall describe and
prioritize actions that should be undertaken to meet the goals
specified in subdivision (b) of Section 42005.
   (b) The plan shall include provisions for periodic review and
revision in response to changing market factors or actual changes in
secondary waste materials markets.



42007.  Upon adoption of the plan required by Section 42005, the
board shall conduct a detailed analysis of staff resources and
consider how to most effectively implement the plan in consideration
of existing statutory mandates and resource constraints.




42009.  Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to infringe upon
regulations relating to civil rights, equal employment rights, equal
opportunity rights, or fair housing rights of any person or any
environmental protection or public health law.


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