News and Recent Events
  • RDRS Registration for reporting entities is due April 30! (WebPass required)
  • Not sure whether your business, facility, or operation needs to register in RDRS? Try our “Do I need to register in RDRS?” tool!
  • A video sneak peek of the RDRS reporting module is now available. YouTube (20:34) | Transcript
  • RDRS Reporting Module Workshops on September 9 in Sacramento (YouTube) and September 18 in Diamond Bar (Public Notice).The workshops will be webcast and recorded. See Public Notices for more details. 
  • Permitted stations and disposal facilities should continue reporting to their counties or regional agencies for Q1 and Q2 2019 as usual under the existing Disposal Reporting System.
  • Although the Registration module is active, the RDRS Reporting Module is not yet available for users to report their Q3 2019 data. Reporting for haulers will open October 1; transfer/processors, brokers and transporters, recycler/composters November 1; disposal facilities December 1.
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Governor Brown signed AB 901 (Gordon, Chapter 746, Statutes of 2015) into law to change how organics, recyclable material, and solid waste are reported to CalRecycle. In the third quarter of 2019, CalRecycle will transition away from the current Disposal Reporting System (DRS) to a brand-new Recycling and Disposal Reporting System (RDRS). Until that time, permitted stations and disposal facilities should continue to report to the county or regional agency according to the DRS requirements for Q1 and Q2 2019. The law requires the following businesses to report directly to CalRecycle on a quarterly basis on materials sold and transferred by a reporting entity:

  • Recycling facilities
  • Composting facilities
  • Disposal facilities including landfills
  • Transformation facilities
  • Engineered municipal solid waste conversion facilities
  • Transfer/processor facilities
  • Contract haulers
  • Food waste self-haulers
  • Brokers
  • Transporters

Regulations Development

Training & Outreach

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How to Contact Us

If you have additional questions or suggestions about these topics, please contact the CalRecycle RDRS team at RDRS@calrecycle.ca.gov, (916) 341-6777.

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