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Even though the SB 1383 regulations don’t go into effect until January 1, 2022, jurisdictions need to start planning now to adequately resource the programs. To assist with this effort, CalRecycle has developed education and outreach tools for regulated entities.
CalRecycle is committed to serving the public during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency. CalEPA and CalRecycle are still open for business. We continue to provide our essential services to ensure the safe and proper management of California’s nonhazardous solid waste.
CalEPA will continue to respond, investigate, and – when necessary – take action on complaints related to environmental non-compliance. CalEPA will also fill any enforcement gaps left by the U.S. EPA’s decision to reduce environmental oversight. We will also maintain our capacity to respond to emergencies.