Thursday, July 8, 2004, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
CalEPA Headquarters, Coastal Hearing Room (select link for map and parking info)
The purpose of this workshop was to share information related to C&D diversion ordinances such as:
- Adopting and implementing a C&D ordinance.
- Working with the building industry and others.
- Addressing infrastructure.
- Setting thresholds and diversion requirements.
- Verifying compliance.
Board staff made a brief presentation of the Board’s model ordinance, followed by two panels of experts who discussed:
- Local governments’ experience with adopting and implementing C&D diversion ordinances.
- Industry perspectives on implementing C&D diversion ordinances.
A question and answer (Q and A) session followed the second panel presentation.
The event was broadcast on the web and listeners were able to participate on line during the Q and A session.
|9:00- 9:05||Welcome, agenda, announcements||Pat Schiavo|
|9:05- 9:10||Board Member: Welcoming statement||Rosalie Mulé|
|9:10- 9:30||Board’s model C&D diversion ordinance||Terri Edwards|
|9:30- 9:40||CalTrans: Working with jurisdictions to divert C&D waste||Jack Ezekiel|
|9:40-10:45||Panel 1: Jurisdictions with C&D ordinances||--Stephen Bantillo, San Jose|
--Tina Clark, Monterey Park
--Jim Merid, Aliso Viejo
--William Worrell, San Luis Obispo
|10:55-12:00||Panel 2: Industry perspectives related to C&D ordinance implementation||--Joe Garbarino (hauler)|
--Kelly Ingalls (C&D recycling)
--Berger Jostad (demolition industry)
--Robert Hammon (building industry)
--Constance Hornig (C&D franchise agreements)
|12:00-12:55||Q&A for both panels|
|12:55- 1:00||Wrap up|