The application period for fiscal year (FY) 2019-20 is now closed.
The Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) administers a program to provide opportunities for local governments/other eligible jurisdictions to receive payments for used oil and used oil filter collection/recycling programs.
Note: “OPP” followed by a number is the cycle code for the Local Government Used Oil Payment Program.
Eligible applicants are limited to local governments, which are defined in statute as "any chartered or general law city, chartered or general law county, or any city and county." CalRecycle may make a payment to another entity that will implement the program on behalf of a local government (in lieu of making a payment to that local government) with the agreement of that local government.
To be eligible to apply for a payment under this program, applicants must:
- Have either one certified used oil collection center per 100,000 residents and/or a curbside collection program that includes used oil/used oil filter collection at least monthly.
- Have a public education component (in their program) that informs the public of locally available used oil/used oil filter collection/recycling opportunities.
- Accept the terms set out in the OPP Cycle 10 Guidelines and be in compliance with the program provisions described in PRC section 48690 et seq., notably PRC sections 48674, 48690, and 48691.
A maximum amount of $11 million will be available, subject to an approved State budget and funding availability as determined by CalRecycle.
Per Capita Funding
- Payments are calculated per capita using the Department of Finance's population statistics.
- Small jurisdictions will be provided a minimum award of $5,000 for cities and $10,000 for counties.
- Jurisdictions may also apply regionally and pool their funds.
Timeline & Cycle Details
|Dates||Activity and Details|
|May 28, 2019||Application Open Date and Application Access|
Applications will be available on this date by logging into the Local Government Oil Payment Program (LoGOPP)
Returning users can immediately log into LoGOPP and start the application.
OPP Cycle 10 Guidelines
First time users of the LoGOPP system must:
1. Obtain a CalRecycle WebPass. Note: Those who previously obtained a WebPass for a CalRecycle system (i.e., Local Government Information Center (LoGIC), E-Waste, BGR, etc.) do not need to obtain a new WebPass.
2. Request "access" to the system by sending an e-mail to their Program Advisor after obtaining their WebPass.
For assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Natalie Gandolfo.
|June 27, 2019|
Application Due Date
Applications are due on this date. Customer service will be provided until 4:00 p.m.
|July 30, 2019|
Documents Due Date
• If the approved Resolution is not submitted at the time the application is submitted, the Resolution must be uploaded to the LoGOPP system by this date. The requirements for Resolutions are detailed in the OPP Cycle 10 Guidelines
Payment amounts will be determined as soon as possible after the Documents Due Date. A single payment will be made in Spring 2020, unless a Fall 2019 payment is requested by the applicant and subsequently approved by CalRecycle. Payment
dates may be subject to change. Funding is subject to State budget approval.
|July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021|
The term is 24 months. Funding will be available for expenditure for the new cycle on July 1, 2019, and be available for expenditure through June 30, 2021. Refer to the OPP Cycle 10 Guidelines for further information and any exceptions.
|August 15, 2020 and August 15, 2021|
Annual Report Due Dates
Submission of online Annual Report is required and is due no later than August 15 of each year during performance period. If the due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the online report must be submitted by the following