Disposal Reporting System (DRS) regulations require county disposal report preparers to be trained in DRS requirements related to their specific jobs.
To assist counties in meeting these requirements, CalRecycle staff has developed training materials for county staff to review. As DRS is a state requirement, certain counties may find that local/regional requirements exceed DRS regulation, so it is recommend that managers tailor these presentations to the needs of their staff.
eDRS Training Guides and Tools
DRS Data Entry Webinar
The following webinar was presented by CalRecycle staff on October 2, 2013 and addresses the reporting process for the electronic Disposal Reporting System (eDRS). The webinar discusses eDRS, how to upload data, how to manually enter data, how to enter facility summary reports, and how to submit data online. For your convenience the webinar has been divided into five sections:
DRS County Resources
- Agency Training
Assists county managers in training their staff on DRS requirements. It details report requirements, the flow of information in DRS, and other disposal information.
- How to Upload Data
Details the process for uploading disposal data into eDRS. This is a useful how-to for staff who wish to learn how to upload data or need a reference guide on uploading data.
- How to Manually Enter Data
Details how to manually enter data in eDRS and is a useful how-to for staff who regularly enter data or wish to learn how to enter data into the eDRS database.
- Upload Checklist
Helps staff double-check their documents for potential errors before uploading them to the eDRS database. It details all the required information on the upload form and common troubleshooting.
- eDRS Guide
Provides a complete overview of the entire eDRS system.
Facility specific training can be found on the Facility Training page. Templates with instructions can be found on the County Reporting Requirements page.
Questions? Please contact the Disposal Report Coordinator.