CITYWIDE CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION (C and D) WASTE RECYCLING ORDINANCE On March 5, 2010, the Los Angeles City Council approved Council File 09-3029 pertaining to a Citywide Construction and Demolition (C and D) Waste Recycling Ordinance that requires ALL mixed C and D waste generated within city limits be taken to City certified C and D waste processors. LA Sanitation (LASAN) is responsible for the C and D waste recycling policy.
All haulers and contractors responsible for handling C and D waste must obtain a Private Waste Hauler Permit from LASAN prior to collecting, hauling and transporting C and D waste, and C and D waste can only be taken to City certified C and D processing facilities.
Non-compliance penalties of up to $5,000 will be assessed for every load of C and D waste not taken to City certified processors. There are no longer any C and D rebates.
The Department of Building and Safety will aid in facilitating implementation of this ordinance; Building and Safety Building Permit applications will require contractors to either identify the Permitted Private Solid Waste Hauler handling C and D waste from their City project or provide the contractor's own Private Solid Waste Hauler Permit should the contractor choose to self-haul C and D waste.
For more information about this ordinance, please contact LASAN at the address and phone number provided at the bottom of this page under Contact Information.
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION (C and D) RECYCLING INFORMATION
Solid Resources Citywide Recycling Division (SRCRD) can provide technical assistance to City departments, private sector businesses, multi-family complexes, and the community regarding C and D recycling.
The following are examples of C and D materials that can be recycled:
SRCRD offers this guide with recycling tips and a list of recycling companies for the various materials: C and D Recycling Guide