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1 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery Waste Permitting, Compliance and Mitigation Division Discussion Of Local Enforcement Agency Evaluations Sacramento, CA May 2014 Waste Evaluation and Enforcement Branch WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014

2 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery Evaluation Cycle Comparison 2 Fourth Cycle Third Cycle ■ Fulfilling Duties ■ Fulfilling Most Duties ■ Work Plan WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014 Fifth Cycle

3 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery LEA Evaluation Results Compliance Trends (Attachment 2) 3 51 Fulfilled All Duties 16 more than last (4 th ) cycle 2 Fulfilling “Most” Duties 7 less than last cycle. 7 Required Evaluation Workplans 4 less than last cycle. 3 required workplans in both cycles; 2 less than last cycle. WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014

4 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 4 5 th Cycle LEA Evaluation Findings Finding 1: Failed to exercise due diligence in the inspections 5 findings 5 th Cycle 10 findings 4 th Cycle 13 findings 3 rd Cycle Finding 2: Intentionally misrepresented the results of inspections 0 findings 5 th Cycle 0 findings 4 th Cycle 1 findings 3 rd Cycle WPCMD Public Meeting April 2014

5 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 5 5 th Cycle LEA Evaluation Findings Finding 3: Failed to prepare or caused to be prepared permits, permit revisions, or closure plans 6 findings 5 th Cycle 13 findings 4 th Cycle 17 findings 3 rd Cycle Finding 4: Approved permits, permit revisions, or closure plans which are not consistent with statute 0 findings 5 th, 4 th, 3 rd Cycles Finding 5: Failed to take appropriate enforcement action 3 findings 5th Cycle 7 findings 4 th Cycle 11 findings 3 rd Cycle WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014

6 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 6 5th Cycle LEA Evaluation Findings Finding 6: Failed to comply with, or has taken actions inconsistent with, or unauthorized by statute or regulations 3 findings 5 th Cycle 0 findings 4 th Cycle 3 findings 3 rd Cycle Maintaining Certification Requirements: 6 findings/issues 5 th Cycle 10 findings 4 th Cycle 15 findings 3 rd Cycle WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014

7 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 7 Changes Since Last Cycle The evaluation process has remained essentially the same cycle to cycle, except for: Efficiencies to data gathering and verification process LEAs are performing better and have more regulations to enforce, i.e. landfill gas regulations CalRecycle staff are identifying potential issues early so that additional assistance can be provided before an issue becomes an LEA Evaluation Finding CalRecycle staffing to identify issues early and to perform LEA Training and Assistance is critical to help LEAs address performance issues and maintain the positive trend. WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014

8 Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 8 Comments & Questions WPCMD Public Meeting May 2014


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