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§ 18811.7. Determining Origin of Waste at a Transformation Facility.

14 CA ADC § 18811.7BARCLAYS 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 § 18811.7
§ 18811.7. Determining Origin of Waste at a Transformation Facility.
(a) An operator shall determine the origin of all solid waste during the origin survey period set forth in section 18811.6.
(b) During the entire quarter, an operator who sends solid waste to another facility within California shall provide the operator of that facility with the jurisdiction of origin for all material in each load identified by the receiving operator as potential alternative daily cover, alternative intermediate cover, or other beneficial reuse material based on actual daily tonnage. An operator shall also inform a receiving operator of the type or types of material being supplied.
(c) For each load received during the entire quarter, an operator shall track tons of each of the following types of solid waste that underwent transformation, allocated to each jurisdiction:
(1) C&D debris/inert debris,
(2) designated waste, by material type, and
(3) disaster waste.
(d) For all loads not delivered by public contract haulers, an operator shall obtain and maintain a record of the following information:
(1) the jurisdiction of origin of the waste as set forth in 18811.5, and
(2) other additional information that the operator has determined will ensure that jurisdiction of origin information provided is accurate.
(e) An operator shall collect jurisdiction of origin from public contract haulers. The public contract hauler shall provide the jurisdiction of origin as specified in section 18808.7(b).
(f) If a transformation facility accepts solid waste from only one jurisdiction, the operator shall assign all the waste to that jurisdiction.
(g) If an attendant is not present during regular hours of operation, and one cannot be present for the origin survey period set forth in section 18811.6, and the operator does not receive origin information from the haulers delivering waste, then the operator shall assign the waste to the jurisdiction in which the facility is located by labeling it as “no attendant host assigned” waste. An operator shall report to the agency, the total amounts of solid waste assigned to the host jurisdiction pursuant to 18811.9(b). An operator shall also provide information on host assigned waste to a host jurisdiction if requested pursuant to section 18811.9(e).
(h) If solid waste is delivered to the facility and information on the jurisdiction of origin is not provided by the delivering hauler or operator as specified in this Article, then the operator shall assign the waste to the jurisdiction in which the facility is located by labeling it as “host assigned” waste and send written notification to the agency regarding hauler or operator non-compliance as specified in section 18811.11. An operator shall report to the agency, the total amounts of solid waste assigned to the host jurisdiction pursuant to 18811.9(b). An operator shall also provide information on host assigned waste to a host jurisdiction if requested pursuant to section 18811.9(e).
(i) If a transformation facility that conducts continuous daily origin surveys as set forth in section 18811.6(a) accepts solid waste from more than one jurisdiction, then the operator shall assign the waste based on the actual jurisdiction of origin information reported by haulers and station operators. If a transformation facility also conducts origin surveys for uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less during at least a one-week per quarter survey period, the operator shall estimate the amount of waste assigned to each jurisdiction as described in subsection (k) and add these tonnage allocations to the tonnage allocations that were based on daily origin survey information.
(j) If a transformation facility in a rural jurisdiction accepts solid waste from more than one jurisdiction and only conducts origin surveys during one week per quarter as set forth in section 18811.6(b), the operator shall do the following steps in order:
(1) Obtain information on the jurisdiction(s) of origin for each load of waste delivered to the facility on the dates set in section 18811.6(b).
Example:
Four loads delivered during the survey week. Load 1 = 5 tons from City A Load 2 = 5 tons from City B Load 3 = 10 tons from City C Load 4 = 5 tons from City B
(2) Calculate the tons of solid waste assigned to each jurisdiction during the survey week. The operator shall either add up the tons of solid waste accepted from each jurisdiction, or the amounts of solid waste that underwent transformation from each jurisdiction after adjusting for front-end diversion at the transformation facility.
Example:
City A = 5 tons (Load 1) City B = 10 tons (Load 2 + Load 4) City C = 10 tons (Load 3)
(3) Calculate the percentage of waste assigned to each jurisdiction during the survey week by dividing the tons from paragraph (2) by the total tons of solid waste for the survey period.
Example:
25 tons delivered during the survey week. City A = 5 tons/25 tons = 0.2 (20%) City B = 10 tons/25 tons = 0.4 (40%) City C = 10 tons/25 tons = 0.4 (40%)
(4) Calculate the number of tons of solid waste that underwent transformation from each jurisdiction during the quarter by multiplying the percentage from paragraph (3) with the total tons of solid waste that underwent transformation in each quarter.
Example:
1000 tons of solid waste underwent transformation during the quarter. City A = 0.2 x 1000 tons = 200 tons City B = 0.4 x 1000 tons = 400 tons City C = 0.4 x 1000 tons = 400 tons
(k) If an operator conducts origin surveys of each uncompacted load of solid waste with a volume of 12 cubic yards or less during a one-week survey period each quarter pursuant to section 18811.6(c), then the operator shall calculate the estimated tons of solid waste delivered in these loads from each jurisdiction for the quarter. The calculated tonnage allocations shall be based on the actual origin information reported by haulers during the survey period. The operator shall do the following steps in order.
(1) Obtain information on the jurisdiction(s) of origin for each uncompacted load with a volume of 12 cubic yards or less delivered to the transformation facility on the dates set forth in section 18811.6(c).
Example:
Four uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less delivered during the survey week.
Load 1 = 0.5 ton from City A Load 2 = 0.5 ton from City B Load 3 = 0.5 ton from City C Load 4 = 0.5 ton from City B
(2) Calculate the tons of solid waste delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less assigned to each jurisdiction during the survey week. The operator shall either add up the tons of solid waste accepted from each jurisdiction, or the amounts of solid waste that underwent transformation from each jurisdiction after adjusting for front-end diversion at the transformation facility.
Example:
City A = 0.5 ton (Load 1) City B = 1 ton (Load 2 + Load 4) City C = 0.5 ton (Load 3)
(3) Calculate the percentage of solid waste assigned to each jurisdiction during the survey week by dividing the tons determined in paragraph (2) by the total tons of solid waste delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less during the survey week.
Example:
2 tons delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less during the survey week.
City A = 0.5 ton/2 tons = 0.25 (25%) City B = 1 ton/2 tons = 0.5 (50%) City C = 0.5 ton/2 tons = 0.25 (25%)
(4) Calculate the number of tons delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less that underwent transformation from each jurisdiction during the quarter by multiplying the percentages from paragraph (3) with the total tons of solid waste that underwent transformation during the quarter that were delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less.
Example:
100 tons were delivered in uncompacted loads of 12 cubic yards or less and underwent transformation during the quarter.
City A = 0.25 X 100 tons = 25 tons City B = 0.5 X 100 tons = 50 tons City C = 0.25 X 100 tons = 25 tons
Note: Authority cited: Section 40502, Public Resources Code. Reference: Section 41821.5, 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 § 18811.7, 14 CA ADC § 18811.7
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