California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)

Enforcement Orders

This page provides links to documents pertaining to enforcement orders and related actions of the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) and local enforcement agencies (LEA), including:

Enforcement orders and related actions regarding:

If you require special accommodation to access documents on this page pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the Office of Public Affairs at (916) 341-6300 or opa@calrecycle.ca.gov.

Newsprint

For more information see the program website or contact Katie Garrison.

Planning

Local Government

For more information contact Kathleen Marsh.

State Agencies and Facilities

For more information contact Kathleen Marsh.

  • Findings for reporting year 2012 regarding State Agencies and facilities noncompliant with Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42926 by: 26th District Agricultural Association; and 49th District Agricultural Association. For additional information refer to the full agenda item (PDF, 149  KB) and approved Request for Approval (PDF, 346  KB). Furthermore, the #1-A District Agricultural Association was found noncompliant with Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42921. For additional information refer to the full agenda item (PDF, 3.96 MB) and approved Request for Approval. (PDF, 410 KB)
  • Findings for reporting year 2006 regarding State Agencies and facilities noncompliant with Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42921 by: 20th District Agricultural Association; 7th District Agricultural Association; Calipatria State Prison; San Quentin State Prison; Compton Community College; 21st District Agricultural Association; California Institution For Men, Chino; and Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. For additional information refer to the full agenda item (Word, 60 KB) and adopted resolution (Word, 34 KB).
  • Findings for reporting year 2005 regarding State Agencies and facilities noncompliant with Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42921 by: 21st District Agricultural Association; 36th District Agricultural Association; Central California's Women's Facility; California State University, Dominguez Hills; Humboldt State University; Department of Industrial Relations; Mesa College; California State University, Monterey Bay; California Institution For Men, Chino; Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility; Riverside Community College District; California Science Center--Los Angeles; California State Prison--Sacramento; California Veterans Home of California--Chula Vista; College of the Siskiyous--Yreka; Compton Community College. For additional information refer to the full agenda item (Word, 75 KB) and adopted resolution (Word, 38 KB).
  • Findings for reporting year 2004 regarding State Agencies and facilities noncompliant with Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 42921 by: Atascadero State Hospital; California Department Of Mental Health; California Department Of Transportation, Headquarters; California Men's Colony; California Parks And Recreation, Angeles District; California Parks And Recreation, Monterey District; California Parks And Recreation, San Diego Coast District; California Rehabilitation Center (Prison); California Science Center; Calipatria State Prison; Department Of Corrections; Department Of Developmental Services; Department Of General Services, Procurement Division; Department Of Water Resources; Ironwood State Prison; Mesa College; Office Of Statewide Health Planning And Development; Patton State Hospital; Pelican Bay State Prison; Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility; San Quentin State Prison; Southern Youth Correctional Reception Center And Clinic; State Compensation Insurance Fund; Ventura Youth Correctional Facility; 16th District Agricultural Association; And 50th District Agricultural Association. For additional information refer to the full agenda item (Word, 81 KB) and adopted resolution (Word, 35 KB).

Solid Waste Disposal Facilities

Listing of Solid Waste Facilities and Disposal Sites Under Enforcement Orders

Inventory of Solid Waste Facilities Violating State Minimum Standards
For more information on the inventory contact Georgianne Turner.

Stipulated Agreements Issued by Local Enforcement Agencies
For more information on stipulated agreements contact Virginia Rosales.

Note: SWIS = Solid Waste Information System

Waste Tires

Current year's orders are listed below. Documents are in PDF format. Links to past years' orders (back to 2000) are below this list.

Past years' tire-related orders:

Last updated: July 29, 2014
Enforcement, http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/Enforcement/
Legal Office, Dona.Sturgess@calrecycle.ca.gov (916) 341-6066