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SB 1383 Reporting Requirements

Jurisdictions have responsibilities under SB 1383 and are required to report on program implementation and capacity planning.

Jurisdiction Schedule for Reporting

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Each jurisdiction shall report to the Department on its implementation and compliance with the requirements of SB 1383 by April 1, 2022, and include the following information:

  • A copy of ordinances or other enforceable mechanisms adopted
  • The reporting items identified in 14 CCR Section 18994.2(b).
  • The following contact information:
    • Jurisdiction Primary Contact Information
      (The person responsible for receiving communications regarding compliance.)
      • Name
      • Mailing Address
      • Phone Number
      • Email Address
    • Jurisdiction Designee Contact Information
      (The person responsible for receiving service of process regarding enforcement.)
      • Name
      • Mailing Address
      • Phone Number
      • Email Address

Important reminders:

  1. CalRecycle developed an Initial Jurisdiction Compliance Reporting Tool. This tool is optional.
  2. The report must be submitted to SLCP.Organics@calrecycle.ca.gov with the subject line: Initial Jurisdiction Report.
  3. Ordinances or enforceable mechanisms should be attached separately from the report (in the same email).

a. The ordinances to submit are SB 1383 enforceable mechanisms or ordinances that address the regulatory requirements, such as collection, edible food, and mulch.
b. Jurisdictions may also have ordinances for CALGreen, MWELO, or a procurement policy that they will use to enforce on vendors.

Jurisdiction Annual Reporting

Each jurisdiction shall report the items identified in 14 CCR Section 18994.2, regarding the implementation of the following:

  • Organic waste collection
  • Contamination monitoring
  • Waivers
  • Education and outreach
  • Hauler oversight
  • Edible food recovery
  • Procurement
  • CALGreen Building Standards and Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance
  • Capacity planning
  • Compliance
  • Monitoring
  • Enforcement requirements

Information is due in the Electronic Annual Report by October 3, 2022, and jurisdictions may submit earlier if they choose:

  • For AB 939 (SRRE and HHWE) report on 2021 status
  • If you have MCR and MORe data through June 2022, then please provide it so we can see the progress. However, if you do not have the current data, then for MCR and MORe, you may report on 2021 status only.
    • However, if you are combining and reporting the same data for MCR, MORe, and SB 1383, you must report on the most current data through June 2022.
    • Please include in the notes what time period you are reporting.
  • For SB 1383 report on implementation from January 1, 2022, through June 30, 2022. Note: If there is no data yet for programs, such as procurement or edible food, then put zero (0) for data fields and include an explanation in the notes field.

On or before August 1, 2023, and on or before August 1 each year thereafter, a jurisdiction shall report for the period covering the entire previous calendar year.

For example: By August 1, 2024, submit the report for the 2023 calendar year of January 1, 2023, through December 31, 2023.

County Capacity Planning Schedule for Reporting

Counties, in coordination with cities, special districts that provide solid waste collection services, and regional agencies located within the county, shall conduct the capacity planning requirements on the following.

Capacity Planning Requirements Schedule:

  • By August 1, 2022, counties shall report to the Department on the period covering January 1, 2022, through December 31, 2024. (3-year period)
    • Jurisdictions exempt from organic waste collection requirements are not required to include capacity plans in the first or subsequent reporting periods (see 14 CCR Section 18992.3).
  • By August 1, 2024, counties shall report to the Department on the period covering January 1, 2025, through December 31, 2034. (10-year period)
  • By August 1, 2029, counties shall report to the Department on the period covering January 1, 2030, through December 31, 2039. (10-year period)
  • By August 1, 2034, counties shall report to the Department on the period covering January 1, 2035, through December 31, 2044. (10-year period)

CalRecycle Reporting Resources

CalRecycle has developed resources to assist jurisdictions with reporting requirements: Woman pointing to a graph on a digital tablet while holding paper with chart and graph data

Webinars

CalRecycle hosted multiple statewide webinars to explain the restructured Electronic Annual Report.

  • June 2, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (City and County focus): YouTube (2:00:34) | Transcript
  • June 3, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (Regional Agency and Designated Reporting Jurisdiction focus): YouTube (1:47:10) | Transcript
  • June 8, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (Special collection districts that provide solid waste collection services focus): YouTube (1:12:07) | Transcript
  • June 9, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (City and County focus): YouTube (2:03:25) | Transcript
  • June 22, 2022: County capacity planning reporting webinar recording: YouTube (1:59:36) | Transcript
  • June 28, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (open Q&A): YouTube (2:13:22) | Transcript
  • July 7, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (open Q&A): YouTube (1:46:05)| Transcript
  • September 1, 2022: Restructured EAR and SB 1383 reporting webinar recording (open Q&A): YouTube (1:01:06)| Transcript

Other tools and resources: