CAL Recycle To Release New Draft SB 1383 Organic Waste Regulations at June 18 Public Workshop
May 23, 2019
CalRecycle will present a new revised draft of the SB 1383 Short-Lived Climate Pollutants regulations at a public workshop on June 18, 2019 in Diamond Bar, California. This workshop will also be webcast. A 15-day formal public comment period will begin the following day and run from June 19 – July 3. CSAC will prepare and submit comments during the comment period with input from our member counties. Please find information about how to submit comments and how to participate in the Public Workshop below.
If your county is interested in submitting comments after the release of the new draft text, please review the following information. In addition to submitting comments to Cal Recycle, please send a copy of your comments to Nick Cronenwett, Legislative Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org.
15-Day Formal Comment Period: June 19, 2019 – July 3, 2019:
Comments must be submitted by 5 PM July 3, 2019. Comments germane to the regulatory revisions contained in the updated text will be entered in to the record and considered.
Comments may be submitted via e-mail to: SLCP.Organics@calrecycle.ca.gov. Comments may also be submitted to:
Materials Management and Local Assistance Division
California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery
P.O. Box 4025
Sacramento, CA 95812
For more information go to Short-Lived Climate Pollutants. To subscribe to the Short-Lived Climate Pollutants listserv, please go to https://www2.calrecycle.ca.gov/Listservs/Subscribe/152.
Details about the workshop are below.
SB 1383 Public Workshop:
Date: June 18, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 3:00 PM
South Coast Air Quality Management District
Conference Center Auditorium
21865 Copley Drive
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Webcast Information – A link will be provided prior to the presentation.
Online participants may submit questions and comments may be submitted during the webcast to SLCP@calrecycle.ca.gov. Please note that comments must be submitted during the 15-day comment period to be considered as a part of the rule-making record.