California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) 

LEA Meetings and Events

Enforcement Advisory Council

The Enforcement Advisory Council (EAC) consists of 10 members and serves the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) as an advisory committee representing the various regions of the state and the disciplines engaged in solid waste enforcement. It was established in 1983 to achieve a coordinated, consistent statewide enforcement program by ongoing communication among all LEAs and CalRecycle, and to assure that regional LEA interests and viewpoints regarding programs and training needs are considered at the state level (CIWMB Resolution 83-1). The value of EAC was reaffirmed in 2000 by resolution 2000-489 and its structure was modified by EAC Resolution 2013-01. The EAC meets six times each year--before and after each LEA Roundtable.

While the goal of the EAC is to provide advice on technical issues, policy issues are addressed through the California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health (CCDEH) which also has a representative on the EAC. In April 1996, the CIWMB (now CalRecycle) and CCDEH, representing the majority of LEAs, agreed to work in partnership to identify and resolve issues to better promote mutual interests for meeting solid waste management legislative mandates. This joint effort was called "Partnership 2000," a name which has carried forward to the present. The CCDEH Solid Waste Policy Committee provides advice to CalRecycle on solid waste policy issues.

Next EAC Meeting

January 10, 2018
CalEPA Building, Training Room 2 East/West
1001 I Street
Sacramento, California
9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

For more information contact Leta Forland.

Please note: Past meeting agendas and notes are retained for historical purposes. Over time, some information and links on these pages may become dated and/or inaccurate.

Last updated: October 19, 2017
Enforcement Advisory Council (EAC) http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/LEA/EACouncil/
Leta Forland: Leta.Forland@calrecycle.ca.gov (916) 341-6395