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§ 18812.9. Agency Disposal Reports: Content, Timing, and Distribution.

14 CA ADC § 18812.9Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
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 (Refs & Annos)
Article 9.2. Disposal Reporting System
14 CCR § 18812.9
§ 18812.9. Agency Disposal Reports: Content, Timing, and Distribution.
(a) An agency shall use information provided by operators of landfills to determine quarterly totals for the amounts of solid waste specified in this subsection.
(1) For each permitted landfill located within the agency, an agency shall report:
(A) the facility name and Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) number,
(B) the reporting year and quarter,
(C) the total tons of soil accepted by the landfill and used as cover or for other on-site uses,
(D) the total tons of solid waste accepted at the landfill (excluding soil used on-site),
(E) the total tons of solid waste used on-site, separated as follows:
(i) the total tons of each type of alternative daily cover,
(ii) the total tons of each type of alternative intermediate cover, and
(iii) the total tons of each type of other beneficial reuse material,
(F) the total tons of other solid waste accepted at the landfill and sent off-site for reuse, recycling, or composting,
(G) the total tons of solid waste disposed at the landfill,
(H) either:
(i) the estimated in-place density achieved at the landfill in units of pounds of waste per cubic yard of waste and the estimated waste-to-cover ratio used at the landfill, or
(ii) the airspace utilization factor (tons of waste per cubic yard of landfill airspace), and
(This information shall be included in the quarterly report so that the Board may accurately calculate the remaining capacity of the landfill as well as regional and statewide remaining capacity. It is not the intent of this section to subject a landfill to a Notice of Violation should it subsequently be determined that these estimates are unknowingly inaccurate.)
(I) a brief summary of the methods used to determine the jurisdictions of origin.
(2) For each permitted landfill, located within the agency, an agency shall report the total tons of solid waste allocated to each region, city, and unincorporated county in California and to each state, country, and Indian country from which waste was imported. When applicable, an agency shall also separately report the total tons of waste that were host assigned to a jurisdiction. The agency shall report:
(A) the tons of all solid waste accepted at each landfill (excluding soil used as cover or for other on-site uses),
(B) the tons of solid waste reused on-site at the landfill, separated as follows:
(i) the tons of each type of alternative daily cover used during the quarter, and
(ii) the tons of each type alternative intermediate cover used during the quarter, and
(C) the tons of solid waste disposed at each landfill.
(b) Prior to submitting a quarterly report to the Board, an agency shall verify that the tons of disposal reported by a landfill equal the tons of waste subject to the Integrated Waste Management Fee as reported to the Board of Equalization on the landfill's fee return. If a landfill is not required to report tons disposed to the Board of Equalization as described in sections 18810.9(a)(2) and (3), an agency shall verify that the tons accepted at the facility minus the tons diverted equal the tons reported as disposal.
(c) An agency shall use information provided by operators of transformation facilities to determine quarterly totals for the amounts of solid waste specified in this subsection.
(1) For each permitted transformation facility located within the agency, an agency shall report:
(A) the facility name and Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) number,
(B) the reporting year and quarter,
(C) the total tons of all solid waste accepted at each transformation facility,
(D) the total tons of solid waste identified for potential reuse, separated as follows:
(i) the total tons of each type of alternative daily cover,
(ii) the total tons of each type of alternative intermediate cover, and
(iii) the total tons of each type of other beneficial reuse material,
(E) the total tons of solid waste sent off-site for reuse, recycling, or composting,
(F) the total tons of solid waste that underwent transformation,
(G) the total tons of untreated ash resulting from the transformation process, and
(H) a brief summary of the methods used to determine the jurisdictions of origin.
(2) For each permitted transformation facility located within the agency, an agency shall report the total tons of solid waste allocated to each region, city, and unincorporated county in California and to each state, country, and Indian country from which waste was imported. The agency shall report:
(A) the total tons of all solid waste accepted at each transformation facility,
(B) the total tons of each type of material identified for potential reuse as:
(i) alternative daily cover, and
(ii) alternative intermediate cover, and
(C) tons of solid waste that underwent transformation at each facility.
(d) An agency shall use information provided by public contract haulers and station operators to determine quarterly totals for:
(1) tons exported from California from within the agency, and
(2) tons exported from California from within the agency allocated to each region, individual city, or individual unincorporated county. For each tonnage allocation, an agency shall identify the name of the disposal site and the state, country, or Indian country to which the waste was sent.
(e) An agency shall compile this information using an electronic form developed by the Board, the agency's own electronic form that the Board's computer system is capable of converting, or paper forms. In lieu of sending quarterly disposal information directly to a jurisdiction, an agency may electronically submit the information to the Board using a format that would allow the Board to make the information available on its web site. An agency shall send this information to:
(1) each California jurisdiction within the agency,
(2) each California jurisdiction outside the agency that uses a facility within the agency,
(3) any region of which the agency is a member, and
(4) the Board.
(f) If an agency does not dispose of solid waste within its boundaries and does not export waste from California from within the agency, the agency shall submit a quarterly report to the Board stating that no waste was disposed within the agency or exported from California from within the agency.
(g) Each year, an agency shall forward to the Board an annual report on disposal reporting methods from each of the facilities within its boundaries.
(h) An agency shall provide the required information by the due dates in section 18812.10.
(i) If an agency receives amended disposal information from a facility operator or a hauler, the agency shall send amended information to the Board and affected jurisdictions according to the schedule set forth in section 18812.10.
(j) An agency shall keep copies of the information reported pursuant to this section and all supporting documentation used to prepare the information pursuant to the record keeping requirements in section 18812.4. An agency shall also keep a copy of each quarterly station notification received pursuant to section 18809.9(b).
(k) If a hauler or operator does not provide an agency with required information, then the agency shall send written notification to the Board regarding hauler or operator non-compliance as specified in section 18812.11.

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Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502, 41781.3 and 41821.5, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 40508 and 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 2/16/24 Register 2024, No. 7.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 14, § 18812.9, 14 CA ADC § 18812.9
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