SB 1021 (Padilla, 2007-08) Multifamily/Container Recycling Grants
Extends multifamily recycling grants to 2008 and increases funding from $5 million to $15 million.
Position and Status.
CAW supports. SB 1021 was signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger!
This one-year program would use a small portion of the unclaimed CRV funds to help fund increased recycling by placing recycling receptacles in multifamily dwellings.
Most residents of multifamily dwellings do not have access to convenient recycling and this has resulted in much lower diversion rates compared to those living in single-family homes. SB 1021, along with CAW-sponsored AB 548, will help ensure that more Californians have the opportunity to recycle.
Thank you for all your letters of support.
Senator Alex Padilla
State Capitol, Room 4032
Sacramento, CA 95814
Californians Against Waste
Allied Waste Services
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
Assemblymember Jose Solorio (Letter)
California Association of Local Conservation Corps (Letter)
California Electronic Asset Recovery
California League of Conservation Voters (Letter)
California State Association of Counties (Letter)
City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation (Letter)
City of San Jose
City of Ventura, Department of Environmental Services
Councilmember Donna Frye, City of San Diego
Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority (Letter)
East Bay Conservation Corps
Institute for Local Self Reliance
Los Angeles County Integrated Waste Management Task Force (Letter)
Ma forÃªt en CÃ´te-d'Ivoire
Mayor Tony Santos, City of San Leandro (Letter)
Orange County Conservation Corps
Planning and Conservation League (Letter)
Regional Council of Rural Counties
San Francisco Conservation Corps
San Luis Obispo Integrated Waste Management
Sierra Club California
StopWaste.Org (Alameda Co. Waste Management Authority) (Letter)
Solid Waste Association of North America (Letter)
Surfrider Foundation (San Diego Chapter)
Urban Corps of San Diego
Vice Mayor Bonnie Lowenthal, City of Long Beach (Letter)
(Organizations in green have submitted letters to the Governor)
Department of Finance