AB 1023 (Eggman, 2013-14) - Investment in Recycling Market Development 


AB 1023 directs funding from the AB 32 Cap-and-Trade proceeds to provide incentives for waste reduction, recycling, composting and recycled content manufacturing projects.

Position and Status:

CAW Supports. AB 1023 was held in Assembly Appropriations. The bill is considered dead.


AB 1023 would create a market development program to provide incentives for projects and industries that have been identified to reduce their greenhouse gas emission through the increased use of recycled or composted materials. These include composting and anaerobic digestion, recycled glass container manufacturing, food processing, recycled paper and cardboard manufacturing and recycled plastic manufacturing.

CAW Staff Contacts: Nick Lapis (916) 443-5422

Current Language, Analysis and Votes

Californians Against Waste (sponsor)
California Association of Recycling Market Development Zones
Northern California Recycling Association
Waste Management, Inc.