Below please find links to Diversion Program reports. Definitions of Diversion Programs terms and codes aid understanding of the reports.

Individual Jurisdiction Reports
  • Jurisdiction Diversion Program List: (Annual Report Diversion Program Information) A detailed program listing for a jurisdiction. Includes program status and implementation dates covering the years 1995-2006.
  • Jurisdiction Diversion Program Summary: An easy-to-view summary of each jurisdiction's waste diversion programs for a specific year, categorized by program component (such as: source reduction, recycling, composting, special waste, and education).
Reports Based on Program Type
  • Occurrence of Operating Diversion Programs: Counts the number of jurisdictions statewide which implemented programs in any selected program category.
  • Program Counts by Status, Year, and Jurisdiction: Displays the total count of programs for a jurisdiction for a selected year. The report can be filtered by county, jurisdiction, component, program, report year and implementation status.
  • Diversion Program Detail Summary: Displays a summary of the diversion program details a jurisdiction has selected for a year broken down by program and specific category. The report can be filtered by jurisdiction, program and report year.
  • Diversion Program Detail Counts By Year: The report displays the number of jurisdictions implementing a specific diversion program detail for a program for a report year. The program detail counts are categorized by the diversion program, diversion program detail category and the program detail. The list of jurisdictions operating a specific diversion program detail can also be displayed by selecting the program detail record.
  • NEW!! Mandatory Commercial Recycling (MCR): Local jurisdictions are required to implement a commercial waste recycling program that includes education, outreach and monitoring of regulated/covered businesses. This report provides information regarding those efforts by jurisdiction and reporting year.
  • NEW!! Mandatory Commercial Organics Recycling (MORe): Local jurisdictions are required to implement a commercial organics waste recycling program that includes education, outreach and monitoring of regulated/covered businesses. This report provides information regarding those efforts by jurisdiction and reporting year.
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