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§ 18815.4. Reporting Requirements for Haulers.

14 CA ADC § 18815.4BARCLAYS 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 9.25. Recycling and Disposal Reporting System
14 CCR § 18815.4
§ 18815.4. Reporting Requirements for Haulers.
(a) A self-hauler shall provide the jurisdiction of origin for all material delivered to each transfer/processor or disposal facility. A self-hauler does not have to report to the Department, unless they are a food waste self-hauler.
(b) Food waste self-haulers shall report to the Department the tons of food waste sent as follows:
(1) To a reporting entity inside California, report the tons of each material type, pursuant to section 18815.9 of this article, and their contact information and RDRS number.
(2) To an end user inside or outside California, report the tons of each material type, pursuant to section 18815.9 of this article, sent to each end user category, by region, pursuant to section 18815.3(k) of this article.
(3) To a recycling or composting facility or operation outside California, report the tons of each material type, pursuant to section 18815.9 of this article, by region, pursuant to section 18815.3(l) of this article.
(4) To each transfer/processor or disposal facility outside California, report the tons of each material type, pursuant to section 18815.9 of this article, sent to each person, and their contact information.
(c) A contract hauler shall provide the following information to a receiving reporting entity for all tons delivered, using the methods described in section 18815.9 of this article. A hauler shall provide the information at the time of delivery, unless both the hauler and receiving facility have previously agreed to periodic reports in lieu of providing information at the time of delivery. In all cases, the hauler shall provide the information to the receiving reporting entity within 30 days of the end of the reporting period.
(1) For solid waste hauled:
(A) A hauler shall provide the jurisdiction of origin for all material sent to each transfer/processor or disposal facility; and
(B) If requested by a transfer/processor or disposal facility, then a hauler shall provide the source sector for all material delivered to each broker or transporter, transfer/processor, or disposal facility, in tons or by percentage using the methods provided in section 18815.9 of this article.
(d) A contract hauler who takes material directly from a generator and hauls it to land application or to a person outside the state shall report to the Department. In their report to the Department, a contract hauler shall provide the following information for tons hauled, using the methods described in section 18815.9 of this article:
(1) Directly from a generator to land application, the tons of each material type sent by region, pursuant to section 18815.3(k) of this article.
(2) Directly from a generator to a person outside the state:
(A) For solid waste, the total tons by jurisdiction of origin for all material sent to a disposal facility or transfer/processor, their contact information, and an estimate of the overall source sector tons or percentages for waste sent.
(B) For green material sent to each transfer/processor or disposal facility for potential beneficial reuse, the tons by jurisdiction of origin, and the contact information of the receiving facility.
(C) For non-green material sent to each transfer/processor or disposal facility for potential beneficial reuse, the tons by material type, pursuant to section 18815.9, and the contact information of the receiving facility.
(D) For disaster debris and designated waste sent to each transfer/processor or disposal facility, the tons of each stream, and the contact information of the receiving facility.
(E) For material sent to recycling or composting facilities or operations, the tons of each material type sent by region.
(F) To end users, the tons of each material sent to each end user category by region, pursuant to section 18815.3(k) of this article.
(3) A hauler shall submit their report to the Department by the following due dates for each reporting period:
(A) Reporting period 1 due April 30,
(B) Reporting period 2 due July 31,
(C) Reporting period 3 due October 31, and
(D) Reporting period 4 due January 31.
(e) For the purposes of RDRS reporting, the Department shall not require a hauler to submit information regarding specific collection locations or customers when providing jurisdiction of origin, material type or source sector information to other reporting entities or to the Department as part of a quarterly report.
(1) A jurisdiction is not precluded from requiring this information through franchise agreements, contracts, local ordinances, section 41821.5(g) of the Public Resources Code, or other authority it may have.
(2) The Department may require a hauler to submit this information in lieu of an audit, or as part of an audit or administrative proceeding.
(f) Commencing January 1, 2022, a hauler providing an organic waste collection service pursuant to Article 3, Chapter 12 of this division shall identify, for all materials delivered to each receiving reporting entity, whether the material is:
(1) Collected from a “source separated organic waste collection stream” as defined in Section 17402 (a)(26.6) of this division.
(2) Collected from “mixed waste organics collection stream” as defined in in Section 17402 (a)(11.5) of this division that is required to be transported to a high diversion organic waste processing facility.
(g) Notwithstanding Subdivision (b), a hauler shall provide the information required by Subdivision (f) at the time of delivery.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502 and 41821.5, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 41821.5, 41821.6 and 42652.5, Public Resources Code; and Section 39730.6, Health and Safety Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 3-5-2019; operative 3-5-2019 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 10).
2. New subsections (f)-(g) and amendment of Note filed 11-3-2020; operative 1-1-2022 pursuant to Public Resources Code section 42652.2(a)(6) (Register 2020, No. 45).
This database is current through 1/7/22 Register 2022, No. 1
14 CCR § 18815.4, 14 CA ADC § 18815.4
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