For a project subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), State law requires evidence of compliance with the CEQA, either through the preparation, circulation, and adoption/certification of an environmental document; or by determining that the proposal is categorically or statutorily exempt prior to project approval. This web is a resource for local enforcement agencies and solid waste facility operators in navigating the CEQA process.
Table of Contents
This toolbox includes information on:
- CEQA Overview
- Lead Agency Consultation
- CEQA Exemptions
- Environmental Documents
- CEQA Document and Permit Consistency
- Changes, Documentation, and Addendums
- Top 10 CEQA Problems
Return to CEQA Requirements for Obtaining a Permit for more specific information on how CEQA fits into the permit process.
For more information contact: LEA Support Services, PermitTrainingAssistance@calrecycle.ca.gov