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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42910-42912



42910.  (a) Not later than March 1, 1993, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall adopt a model ordinance for adoption by any
local agency relating to adequate areas for collecting and loading
recyclable materials in development projects.
   (b) The board shall consult with representatives of the League of
California Cities, County Supervisors Association of California,
American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects,
private and public waste services, building construction and
management, and retail businesses in developing the model ordinance.
   (c) Not later than January 1, 1993, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 1993, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.


42911.  (a) Each local agency shall adopt an ordinance relating to
adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable materials in
development projects.
   (b) If a local agency has not adopted an ordinance for collecting
and loading recyclable materials in development projects on or before
September 1, 1994, the model ordinance adopted pursuant to Section
42910 shall take effect on September 1, 1994, and shall be enforced
by the local agency and have the same force and effect as if adopted
by the local agency as an ordinance.
   (c) On and after July 1, 2005, a local agency shall not issue a
building permit to a development project, unless the development
project provides adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable
materials.



42912.  (a) Not later than March 1, 2004, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Adopt one or more model ordinances, suitable for modification
by a local agency, that the local agency may adopt that will require
a range of diversion rates of construction and demolition waste
materials from 50 to 75 percent, as determined by the board, and as
measured by weight.
   (2) Consult with representatives of the League of California
Cities, the California State Association of Counties, private and
public waste services and building construction materials industry
and construction management personnel throughout the development of
the model ordinances.
   (3) Compile a report on programs, other than a model ordinance,
that local governments and general contractors can implement to
increase diversion of construction and demolition waste materials.
   (4) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for general
contractors on methods by which contractors can increase diversion of
construction and demolition waste materials.
   (5) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for local
governments with suggestions of programs, in addition to adoption of
the model ordinance, to increase diversion of construction and
demolition waste materials.
   (b) Not later than January 1, 2004, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 2004, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42910-42912

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42910-42912



42910.  (a) Not later than March 1, 1993, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall adopt a model ordinance for adoption by any
local agency relating to adequate areas for collecting and loading
recyclable materials in development projects.
   (b) The board shall consult with representatives of the League of
California Cities, County Supervisors Association of California,
American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects,
private and public waste services, building construction and
management, and retail businesses in developing the model ordinance.
   (c) Not later than January 1, 1993, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 1993, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.


42911.  (a) Each local agency shall adopt an ordinance relating to
adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable materials in
development projects.
   (b) If a local agency has not adopted an ordinance for collecting
and loading recyclable materials in development projects on or before
September 1, 1994, the model ordinance adopted pursuant to Section
42910 shall take effect on September 1, 1994, and shall be enforced
by the local agency and have the same force and effect as if adopted
by the local agency as an ordinance.
   (c) On and after July 1, 2005, a local agency shall not issue a
building permit to a development project, unless the development
project provides adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable
materials.



42912.  (a) Not later than March 1, 2004, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Adopt one or more model ordinances, suitable for modification
by a local agency, that the local agency may adopt that will require
a range of diversion rates of construction and demolition waste
materials from 50 to 75 percent, as determined by the board, and as
measured by weight.
   (2) Consult with representatives of the League of California
Cities, the California State Association of Counties, private and
public waste services and building construction materials industry
and construction management personnel throughout the development of
the model ordinances.
   (3) Compile a report on programs, other than a model ordinance,
that local governments and general contractors can implement to
increase diversion of construction and demolition waste materials.
   (4) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for general
contractors on methods by which contractors can increase diversion of
construction and demolition waste materials.
   (5) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for local
governments with suggestions of programs, in addition to adoption of
the model ordinance, to increase diversion of construction and
demolition waste materials.
   (b) Not later than January 1, 2004, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 2004, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 42910-42912

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42910-42912



42910.  (a) Not later than March 1, 1993, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall adopt a model ordinance for adoption by any
local agency relating to adequate areas for collecting and loading
recyclable materials in development projects.
   (b) The board shall consult with representatives of the League of
California Cities, County Supervisors Association of California,
American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects,
private and public waste services, building construction and
management, and retail businesses in developing the model ordinance.
   (c) Not later than January 1, 1993, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 1993, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.


42911.  (a) Each local agency shall adopt an ordinance relating to
adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable materials in
development projects.
   (b) If a local agency has not adopted an ordinance for collecting
and loading recyclable materials in development projects on or before
September 1, 1994, the model ordinance adopted pursuant to Section
42910 shall take effect on September 1, 1994, and shall be enforced
by the local agency and have the same force and effect as if adopted
by the local agency as an ordinance.
   (c) On and after July 1, 2005, a local agency shall not issue a
building permit to a development project, unless the development
project provides adequate areas for collecting and loading recyclable
materials.



42912.  (a) Not later than March 1, 2004, after holding a public
hearing, the board shall do all of the following:
   (1) Adopt one or more model ordinances, suitable for modification
by a local agency, that the local agency may adopt that will require
a range of diversion rates of construction and demolition waste
materials from 50 to 75 percent, as determined by the board, and as
measured by weight.
   (2) Consult with representatives of the League of California
Cities, the California State Association of Counties, private and
public waste services and building construction materials industry
and construction management personnel throughout the development of
the model ordinances.
   (3) Compile a report on programs, other than a model ordinance,
that local governments and general contractors can implement to
increase diversion of construction and demolition waste materials.
   (4) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for general
contractors on methods by which contractors can increase diversion of
construction and demolition waste materials.
   (5) Post on the board's Internet Web site, a report for local
governments with suggestions of programs, in addition to adoption of
the model ordinance, to increase diversion of construction and
demolition waste materials.
   (b) Not later than January 1, 2004, the board shall distribute the
draft model ordinance to all local agencies and other interested
parties for review. Any comments shall be submitted to the board by
February 1, 2004, for consideration at the public hearing of the
board to adopt the ordinance.

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