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Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams can help keep your group on the same page by providing a one-stop digital dashboard for communication. This training was conducted by Microsoft in the Sierra Hearing room on March 9 and covers the features of Microsoft Teams.   (1:35:38)

Comprehensive Trip Log (CTL) Form Tutorial 
This video is a quick tutorial guide that will show you how to properly complete the CTL form as a registered waste tire hauler. Use the information in this video as your guide; it will help you stay in compliance and avoid costly fines for violating the law. YouTube (00:12:38) |  Transcript | Spanish: YouTube (00:21:41) |  Spanish Transcript (2015)

Tire-Derived Aggregate
Tire-derived aggregate is made from shredded tires and is used for a wide range of public works projects and other civil engineering applications. The videos below discuss applications including slope stabilization, retaining wall backfill, lightweight embankment fill, vibration mitigation, and various landfill applications. For more information about applications of TDA, visit other pages on CalRecycle’s TDA websiteA Short Introduction to TDA YouTube (00:04:29) | Transcript (2015). An Introduction to TDA: A Cost-Saving, Sustainable, Resource Material YouTube |  Transcript (2015)

Waste Tire Hauler Registration Process
This video is a quick tutorial guide on how to become a registered waste tire hauler in the state of California. It gives you step by step instructions to get through the registration process and resources to contact for more help and information. YouTube (00:07:46) | Transcript | Spanish: YouTube (00:10:51) | Spanish Transcript (2015)

Rigid Plastic Packaging Container (RPPC) Program Webinar: Complying with California’s RPPC Law
CalRecycle’s Rigid Plastic Packaging Container (RPPC) Program recorded a webinar that was broadcast on both July 23 and 24, 2013. It is available for viewing and provides an overview of the RPPC program, examples of RPPCs, and a demonstration on how to determine a packaging container’s volume or equivalent capacity. YouTube (00:45:46) | Individual Chapters  | Webinar Slide Presentation | Transcript (2013)

Examples of Regulated Rigid Plastic Packaging Containers (3:30)
CalRecycle demonstrates factors to consider when determining if a container meets the definition of a rigid plastic packaging container (RPPC). The video also shows types of containers regulated by the RPPC program. YouTube (00:03:30) | Transcript (2013)

Rigid Plastic Packaging Container (RPPC) Measurement Demonstration: Determining A Container’s Volume (8:08)
CalRecycle shares some methods for measuring the volume capacity of plastic packaging containers. YouTube (00:08:08) | Transcript (2013)

State Agency Waste Management Annual Report
This March 27, 2012 workshop training provides step-by-step instruction guiding users through CalRecycle’s electronic State Agency Reporting Center (SARC). This reporting system helps state agencies and large facilities submit a required annual report to CalRecycle that summarizes their yearly progress in meeting the 50 percent waste diversion mandate. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact the CalRecycle staff contact for your agency. YouTube (01:03:00) | Transcript

Used Oil Payment Program Webinar (1:04:00)
CalRecycle’s Used Oil Payment Program (OPP) recorded a webinar that is available for viewing which provides an OPP program overview and Used Oil Payment Program Online (OPPO) Application demonstration. For more information about this program, please visit the OPP homepageYouTube (01:04:00) | Transcript

Workshops on Using Compost for Municipal Landscape and Environmental Enhancement
The California Integrated Waste Management Board, in partnership with the University of California, Riverside Extension and local governments, held a series of 10 workshops across the state in 2008 and 2009 to introduce local governments and other interested parties to the Caltrans Compost-Based Specifications, which can be adopted for municipal use.

State Agency Overview of the New Per Capita Disposal Measurement System (SB 1016) (1:07:00)
A workshop was held on February 2, 2009, to provide State Agency representatives with an overview of how the new Per Capita Disposal Measurement System (created by SB 1016) will impact their agency’s waste reduction reporting. The video of the workshop is provided for those unable to attend or for those wishing to review the information they heard at the workshop. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact your State Agency staff contact YouTube (01:07:07) | Transcript

Overview of the New Per Capita Disposal Measurement System (SB 1016)
This brief video explains the new Per Capita Disposal Measurement System created by SB 1016. The video provides a simple explanation of the new disposal measurement system and does not require an extensive background in waste management to understand. It is a tool that local jurisdictions can use to help explain to their stakeholders, including your local elected officials, the changes that have occurred under SB 1016. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact your Local Assistance representativeYouTube (00:05:53) | Transcript

Best Practices in Waste Reduction
Reducing waste can save you money, conserve energy and resources, and reduce air, soil, and water pollution. This video shows you real options for recycling, reducing, or reusing solid waste products. All chapters are listed below and are also on YouTube. Helping promote California’s development of markets for recyclable materials is part of our mission. We can help you with technical, financial, and permitting assistance. For more information, please contact the Office of Public Affairs. (2009)

Panel Presentations from Construction and Demolition Forum (Closing the Loop on C&D Materials), May 31, 2006

Panel 1: Creating Infrastructure–Learning from the Experts

  • Infrastructure used by the Navy for C&D debris from Navy projects and end uses for diverted materials: Charles Ketcham, Commander, Navy Region Southwest, San Diego Navy Base. YouTube (00:18:26) | Transcript
  • Building a mixed C&D waste facility and developing infrastructure to handle disaster waste from fires: Dr. Wayne T. Williams, San Diego County. YouTube (00:24:23) | Transcript
  • Overview of San Jose’s C&D certified recycling program and information from the C&D Diversion Council regarding the certification process for recycling facilities: Stephen Bantillo, Commercial Program Manager, City of San Jose and C&D Diversion Council. YouTube (00:19:58) | Transcript
  • Overview of the City of Redlands C&D diversion program: Gary Van Dorst, Solid Waste Manager, City of Redlands. YouTube (00:09:51) | Transcript
  • Questions and Answers from Panel 1: Creating Infrastructure – Learning from the Experts. YouTube (00:13:54) | Transcript

Panel 2: Closing the Loop on C&D materials–and Overview of Expansion

  • Recycling & Market Development Zone resources for C&D diversion: Raffy Kouyoumdjian, CalRecycle. YouTube (00:07:36) | Transcript
  • The Great Park: large scale C&D reuse on site: Glen Worthington, City of Irvine. YouTube (00:09:35) | Transcript
  • Specifications and C&D reuse examples: Jack Ezekiel, Senior Transportation Engineer, Caltrans. YouTube (7:25) | Transcript
  • Markets for materials processed at a C&D processing facility: Adam Barrows, Two Rivers Demolition.  (00:18:10) | Transcript
  • Questions and Answers from Panel 2: Closing the Loop on C&D Materials-and Overview of Expansion Opportunities. YouTube (00:10:08) | Transcript

Presentations given at the 2006 local enforcement agency and California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) conference held in Monterey, California.

From a series of presentations on Landfill Postclosure and Environmental Restoration:

  • Components of a Brownfield site redevelopment project with specific reference to the Palm Springs Landfill and City of Commerce: Brett MacDonald, Source Group, Inc. YouTube (00:09:54)
  • Ford Ord Landfill, history and closure of a former military installation and a current superfund site: Derek S. Lieberman, Department of the Army, Ford Ord BRAC Office:   (00:19:11) | Transcript
  • Fort Ord Landfill, conversion of this property from military to development and habitat management uses: Ted Terrasas, REHS, Monterey County LEA. YouTube (00:22:10)
  • Jack London State Park, cleanup of a closed burn dump: Jerry Oberhelman, P.E., CalRecycle. YouTube (00:18:19) | Transcript
  • Introduction on landfill postclosure and environmental restoration, review of recent Postclosure Land Use Symposia, and discussion on next steps: Donald Dier, Jr., P.E., CalRecycle. YouTube (00:06:28) | Transcript
  • Palm Springs Landfill, a Brownfield site redevelopment project: James Evensen, Source Group, Inc.  (00:11:09) | Transcript

From a series of presentations on disaster planning and preparedness.

  • Debris management relative to the recovery process: Eileen Baumgardner, Debris Specialist, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services: YouTube (00:23:41) | Transcript
  • Disaster planning, including authority, implementation, and training: Anthony Torres, San Diego County LEA. YouTube (00:15:51) | Transcript
  • Disaster preparedness and management with examples from 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina. Topics include disaster debris materials, special circumstances, staging/processing issues, landfill disposal capacity, FEMA reimbursement and fraud: Eugene Tseng, Consultant to the City of Los Angeles. YouTube (00:18:42) | Transcript
  • LEAs perspective on emergency preparedness and planning and disaster debris management: Wayne Tsuda, City of Los Angeles LEA. YouTube (00:06:31) | Transcript