Public Resources Code (PRC) section 40183-4 rev. 2008, defines a rural jurisdiction for the purposes of the Integrated Waste Management Act, as a jurisdiction that resides within a rural county. A rural county is defined as a county which disposes of less than 200,000 tons of waste annually. This report shows data for counties, based on the summed data of each jurisdiction within the county, as used in the Electronic Annual Report (EAR), from mid-June of each calendar year. Disposal data will display in this report during late-spring of the following year. Live, up-to-date, disposal data can be found on the Recycling and Disposal Reporting (RDRS): Reports List. Data displayed in the RDRS reports are subject to change and reflect the information that reporting entities provide within RDRS.
More information can be found on the Local Government Central Rural Home Page.
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Disposal Reports Home (for data up through calendar year 2019)
Disposal Reporting System (DRS) web reports are based upon information reported by permitted facility operators and compiled by County/Regional Agency disposal reporting coordinators. Only finalized data are shown in these reports.
Recycling and Disposal Reporting: Reports List (for data after 2019)
Recycling and Disposal Reporting System (RDRS) web reports summarize information from RDRS. Data within the reports are subject to change and reflect the information that reporting entities provide within RDRS.