Bookmark this site! It is your gateway to assistance with the goal measurement tools and the new per capita disposal and goal measurement system for 2007 and later (SB 1016, Wiggins, Chapter 343, Statutes of 2008). The new per capita disposal and goal measurement system moves the emphasis from an estimated diversion measurement number to using an actual disposal measurement number as a factor, along with evaluating program implementation efforts.
These two factors will help determine each jurisdiction's progress toward achieving its Integrated Waste Management Act (AB 939) diversion goals. The 50 percent diversion requirement will now be measured in terms of per-capita disposal expressed as pounds per person per day. The focus will be on program implementation, actual recycling, and other diversion programs instead of estimated numbers.
- Basics: Per Capita Disposal and Goal Measurement (2007 and Later)
- SB 1016 Overview Events. Sessions were offered at various locations statewide.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Per Capita Disposal Measurement System (SB 1016)
- Statewide Diversion and Per Capita Disposal Rate Statistics
- Rural County Update: SB 1016 revision to the definition of Rural Counties.
- SB 1016, Per Capita Disposal Measurement System: training and understanding video. YouTube (00:05:53).
- Presentation: "Understanding SB 1016: Per Capita Disposal Measurement System." Presented at SB 1016 overview events. (Updated, March 16, 2009)
- Presentation for Decision Makers: "Understanding SB 1016: Per Capita Disposal Measurement System." Simplified presentation to be used by decision makers.
- Model Staff Report. Jurisdictions can customize this model staff report to inform elected officials about the recently enacted legislation that changes our measurement system and reporting.