Proposed Regulations (Rulemaking)
You can get a quick overview and status on all regulations proposed by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) by viewing the Rulemaking Update. Once the rulemaking process has ended, the rulemaking information is moved to our Rulemaking Archives.
To find out more about a proposed regulation, select from the topic list below. You will find more detail on the subject and status of individual rulemaking projects at these individual sites, and links to the text of proposed regulations and other rulemaking documents. You may submit your comments on proposed regulations via email directly to staff, using the link on each topic site.
- 2013 Conflict of Interest Code Amendments
- Certification Requirements for Recyclers and Processors (Emergency Regulations)
- Compostable Materials, Transfer Processing
- Procedural Rules for Conducting Hearings
- Recycling Center Daily Load Limits
- Waste Tire Storage, Permit, and Penalty Criteria
Office of Administrative Law (OAL)
The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) is responsible for reviewing administrative regulations proposed by all State agencies and for publishing regulations in the California Code of Regulations. How to Participate in the Rulemaking Process is OAL's overview on public participation in this process. (Adobe PDF document)
Review of Regulations
Executive Order S-2-03 required that California agencies and departments review pending regulations, as well as regulations adopted since 1999, to assure that the impacts on businesses were adequately assessed. CalRecycle's reports were approved on February 11, 2004.
Don't see the package you are looking for? Check the Rulemaking Archives for information on completed rulemaking projects!