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This report provides annual estimates of the disposal amounts for jurisdictions
in California as reported by county and regional agency disposal reporting coordinators.
The report shows the total amount disposed by the jurisdiction at each disposal
facility for a requested year. ADC is CalRecycle-approved material
other than soil used as a temporary overlay on an exposed landfill face. Complete ADC definition.
First, select a year. Next, select one or
Multiple jurisdictions (up to 20) may be selected at one time by holding
selected at one time by holding down the SHIFT or CTRL keys while using the
mouse to click on the jurisdiction names you want. Jurisdictions are
grouped/ordered by county.
After the year, jurisdiction(s), and format are selected, click the
Get Disposal Information button to display the information.
DRS web reports are based upon information reported by permitted facility operators
and compiled by county and regional agency disposal reporting coordinators. Only finalized
data are shown in these reports.
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Note: ADC is defined by law as diversion through
recycling and is not considered disposal.
See Public Resource Code (PRC) Section 41781.3(a).
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