|Steps For Meeting Ordinance Requirements
|Before the Project
|HOW TO FILL OUT THE RRP APPLICATION FORM
Step 1: Provide the location of the project (either a street address or a parcel number is required). Also provide the estimated start and end date of the project. If none is provided, the date of the RRP submittal will be listed as the start date, and the end date will be one year from that date. A plan check number is not required if you do not have one readily available when filling out this application.
Step 2: Provide a description of the scope of work of the project including dimensions and, if applicable, material to be hauled off-site after the project. Also indicate if any material is to be reused, stockpiled on-site, or to be reused on another project site.
Step 3: Indicate which project type(s) apply to the work that is being applied for. A brief description of each project type can be found below.
FOR COUNTY PROJECTS ONLY: In addition to the RRP Application Form, County projects must also submit the following attachments, which can be found here.
Step 4: Provide the contact information of the applicant and property owner. If the property owner is the applicant, indicate so under “Relation to project.”
Step 5: The applicant and/or property owner must sign the Acknowledgement of C&D Requirements before this application can be processed. At least one signature is required.
Step 6: Only the listed property owner from STEP 4 must read and initial each statement and sign this page. An applicant cannot initial and sign this step without the written and signed consent of the listed property owner.
Step 7: Where indicated, provide the square footage of the structures to be demolished, constructed, or improved. If none of the provided project scopes accurately describe the work to be performed, please elaborate in the box labeled “Other” including dimensions of the project area and any material to be hauled off-site.
Step 8: If grading or excavation will be performed as part of your project, indicate how many estimated cubic yards of soil will be exported and/or imported from the project site, or if all soil will be balanced on-site.
Step 9: Click here for the list of facilities in Los Angeles County that process C&D debris. Be sure to note that the facilities listed below are organized according to what material they process. If you are a facility that would like to be added to this list, please contact the Construction and Demolition unit at (626) 458-3517 or send an e-mail to CND@pw.lacounty.gov
Step 10: Click here for the most updated List of Authorized Commercial Franchise Waste Haulers Servicing the Unincorporated Areas of Los Angeles County
|During the Project
Keep all weight tickets to show that all debris is being taken to the agreed upon facility/facilities listed on the RRP. These weight tickets will be submitted as part of the Final Compliance Report. Pictures of the site before and after the project are not required, though they may be helpful in closing out the RRP at the end of the project.
All weight tickets must be submitted within 45 days of the estimated project end date. Failure to submit all weight tickets associated with the project may result in a penalty fee up to $50,000.
What if there are changes to a project before it is completed?
If there is a change to the scope of work, fill out the Amendment Form and submit it to the C&D Unit. The Amendment form is page 6 of the Recycle and Reuse Plan Application Form. The Recycle and Reuse Application Form can be downloaded here.
If it is anticipated that a project may need more time, contact the C&D Unit no later than 45 days after the estimated end date, and let staff know what the new estimated end date of the project will be.
If a project is canceled, contact the C&D Unit no later than 45 days after the estimated end date and the RRP will be closed out accordingly.
|After the Project
Los Angeles County Public Works
Annex Building, 3rd Floor
900 S Fremont Avenue
Alhambra, CA 91803
Open Mondays through Thursdays: 7:00am to 5:00pm
(Closed on Fridays and holidays)
For additional help, feel free to call C&D Unit: (626) 458-3517