Legislation and Regulations
Statutes and Regulations
A table of contents of California laws related to waste management. Links to the Legislative Counsel's office, which maintains all the statutes on line. California Statutes:
Links to approved regulations pertaining to waste management in California from Titles 14 and 27, California Code of Regulations. Current CalRecycle Regulations: Rulemaking
(Rulemaking): Status and downloadable documents related to current
CalRecycle rulemaking projects. Proposed CalRecycle Regulations
Information and documents related to rulemaking for regulations approved by the Office of Administrative Law from 1995 to the present. Rulemaking Archives: Legislation
Check this weekly status report for information on bills of interest to
CalRecycle during the current legislative session (2015-2016). Status of Priority Bills:
Use the Legislative Counsel's website to
search for information on specific bills, starting with the 1999-2000 session.
Read bill history, analysis, the law as amended today, and compare previous
versions of bills. Bill Search:
Summary of legislation passed from 1927 to the present. History of California Solid Waste Law:
CalRecycle's various legislatively mandated enforcement programs. Enforcement: Research Tools
Legislative information from the Library of Congress.
Federal Laws and Regulations.
Information on the US EPA site about federal laws
and regulations affecting environmental programs. State Legislation
California Legislative Counsel's tool for finding
bill text, histories, analysis, and status.
FindLaw. Thomson Reuters site for
CalEPA Legislation Site. Information on proposed
and current regulations, resources, and legislative
California State Legislature. Contains
information related to bills and the legislative
process in California.
Senate. The Senate and how it works, profiles of
individual Senators, legislative activity within the
Assembly. The Assembly and how it works,
profiles of individual Assembly members, legislative
activity within the Assembly.
Home Page. Provides links to state agencies and
other state government resources.
July 28, 2015
Laws & Regulations
Legislative Affairs Office: (916) 341-6283