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§ 18808.7. Determining Origin of Waste for a Hauler.

14 CA ADC § 18808.7BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 14. Natural Resources
Division 7. Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery
Chapter 9. Planning Guidelines and Procedures for Preparing and Revising Countywide Integrated Waste Management Plans
Article 9.2. Disposal Reporting System
14 CCR § 18808.7
§ 18808.7. Determining Origin of Waste for a Hauler.
(a) All haulers who are not public contract haulers shall determine the origin of solid waste during the origin survey period required in section 18808.6:
(1) If solid waste in a load is from only one jurisdiction, a hauler shall assign all the waste in that load to that jurisdiction.
(2) If solid waste in a load is from more than one jurisdiction, a hauler shall estimate the tons or percentage of waste from each based on a reasonable method.
(3) A hauler who delivers solid waste to a facility within California shall inform the operator of the jurisdiction(s) of origin. The hauler shall provide this information on jurisdiction of origin to the operator at the time of disposal, unless prior arrangements are made with the receiving operator. In all cases the information shall be provided no later than two weeks after the end of the quarter.
(4) When requested by a receiving operator, a hauler shall inform a receiving operator of the jurisdiction of origin for all material in each load delivered during the entire quarter identified by the receiving operator as potential alternative daily cover, alternative intermediate cover, or other beneficial reuse material based on actual load tonnage. A hauler shall also inform a receiving operator of the type or types of material being supplied.
(b) All public contract haulers shall determine the origin of solid waste during the origin survey period required in section 18808.6 as follows:
(1) If solid waste in a load is from only one jurisdiction, a public contract hauler shall assign all the waste in that load to that jurisdiction.
(2) If solid waste in a load is from more than one jurisdiction, a public contract hauler shall estimate the tons or percentage of waste from each based on a reasonable method which may include adjustments for documented waste density differences, if applicable. The methods that a public contract hauler may use to make this estimate include, but are not limited to:
(A) the number of bins emptied in each jurisdiction,
(B) the total capacity of bins emptied in each jurisdiction, or
(C) the actual waste tons collected in each jurisdiction.
(3) A public contract hauler who delivers solid waste to a facility within California shall provide jurisdiction of origin information to each operator based on company dispatcher records of hauling routes and generator locations, billing records, or other relevant records. The method a public contract hauler uses to provide jurisdiction of origin information shall be reasonably designed to provide the required information in an accurate manner and in a format that is useable by the operator. The methods that a hauler may use to provide this information are:
(A) Send the jurisdiction(s) of origin information for each load electronically.
(B) For solid waste sent directly to a landfill or transformation facility, provide the information using a multi-part ticket system in which the dispatcher gives the vehicle driver a ticket with the estimated percentage of waste from each jurisdiction in the vehicle driver's route. The dispatcher may use a bar code with origin information on the ticket. The vehicle driver gives the receiving operator a portion of the ticket with origin percentage information and keeps a portion of the ticket for the public contract hauler's records.
(C) Provide the information using an alternative method that meets the requirements of this section.
(4) The public contract hauler shall provide this information on jurisdiction of origin to the operator at the time of disposal, unless prior arrangements are made with the receiving operator. In all cases the information shall be provided no later than two weeks after the end of the quarter.
(5) When requested by a receiving operator, a public contract hauler shall inform a receiving operator of the jurisdiction of origin for all material in each load delivered during the entire quarter that the receiving operator identifies as potential alternative daily cover, alternative intermediate cover, or other beneficial reuse material. The jurisdiction of origin information shall be based on actual daily tonnage. A public contract hauler shall also inform a receiving operator of the type or types of material being supplied.
(6) When requested by a receiving operator, a public contract hauler shall identify each segregated load of C&D debris/inert debris delivered during the entire quarter. The public contract hauler shall also provide the jurisdiction of origin for each load, based on actual daily tonnage.
(7) When requested by a receiving operator, a public contract hauler shall identify each segregated load of designated waste delivered during the entire quarter. The public contract hauler shall inform a receiving operator of the type or types of material being supplied. The public contract hauler shall also provide the jurisdiction of origin for each load, based on actual daily tonnage.
(8) When requested by a receiving operator, a public contract hauler shall identify each segregated load of disaster waste delivered during the entire quarter. The public contract hauler shall also provide the jurisdiction of origin for each load, based on actual daily tonnage.
(9) Pursuant to section 18808.4(a)(2), a public contract hauler shall keep documentation for verification of jurisdiction of origin allocations for each quarter. Upon request, a public contract hauler shall provide an agency with a summary of quarterly jurisdiction allocations.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502, 41781.3, 41821.5 and 43020, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 40508, 41821.5, and 43020, Public Resources Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 9-21-2005; operative 1-1-2006 (Register 2005, No. 38).
This database is current through 5/13/22 Register 2022, No. 19
14 CCR § 18808.7, 14 CA ADC § 18808.7
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