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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42630



42630.  (a) It is the intent of the Legislature, by enacting this
chapter, to accomplish all of the following:
   (1) Every school district and schoolsite in this state will be
encouraged to implement source reduction, recycling, and composting
programs that would do all of the following:
   (A) Reduce waste and conserve resources.
   (B) Provide pupils with a "hands-on" learning experience.
   (C) Minimize the expenditure of taxpayer and education dollars on
solid waste collection and disposal.
   (2) School districts and individual schoolsites will cooperate
with cities and counties in developing plans and programs to meet and
exceed the state's 50 percent waste reduction and recycling mandate.
   (3) To the maximum extent feasible, school districts and schools
will utilize products and supplies made from recycled materials.
   (4) The State Department of Education, State Board of Education,
Secretary for Education, the California Environmental Protection
Agency, and the Resources Agency, will coordinate efforts in the
development, dissemination, and promotion of the use of environmental
education programs for pupils.
   (b) The Legislature, therefore, declares that school districts
throughout the state should be assisted in establishing and
implementing source reduction and recycling programs.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42630

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42630



42630.  (a) It is the intent of the Legislature, by enacting this
chapter, to accomplish all of the following:
   (1) Every school district and schoolsite in this state will be
encouraged to implement source reduction, recycling, and composting
programs that would do all of the following:
   (A) Reduce waste and conserve resources.
   (B) Provide pupils with a "hands-on" learning experience.
   (C) Minimize the expenditure of taxpayer and education dollars on
solid waste collection and disposal.
   (2) School districts and individual schoolsites will cooperate
with cities and counties in developing plans and programs to meet and
exceed the state's 50 percent waste reduction and recycling mandate.
   (3) To the maximum extent feasible, school districts and schools
will utilize products and supplies made from recycled materials.
   (4) The State Department of Education, State Board of Education,
Secretary for Education, the California Environmental Protection
Agency, and the Resources Agency, will coordinate efforts in the
development, dissemination, and promotion of the use of environmental
education programs for pupils.
   (b) The Legislature, therefore, declares that school districts
throughout the state should be assisted in establishing and
implementing source reduction and recycling programs.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42630

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42630



42630.  (a) It is the intent of the Legislature, by enacting this
chapter, to accomplish all of the following:
   (1) Every school district and schoolsite in this state will be
encouraged to implement source reduction, recycling, and composting
programs that would do all of the following:
   (A) Reduce waste and conserve resources.
   (B) Provide pupils with a "hands-on" learning experience.
   (C) Minimize the expenditure of taxpayer and education dollars on
solid waste collection and disposal.
   (2) School districts and individual schoolsites will cooperate
with cities and counties in developing plans and programs to meet and
exceed the state's 50 percent waste reduction and recycling mandate.
   (3) To the maximum extent feasible, school districts and schools
will utilize products and supplies made from recycled materials.
   (4) The State Department of Education, State Board of Education,
Secretary for Education, the California Environmental Protection
Agency, and the Resources Agency, will coordinate efforts in the
development, dissemination, and promotion of the use of environmental
education programs for pupils.
   (b) The Legislature, therefore, declares that school districts
throughout the state should be assisted in establishing and
implementing source reduction and recycling programs.


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