Notice of Cost Recovery Proposal
The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) will be bringing forward proposed fee adjustments to the Board of Supervisors for consideration in March 2017 (anticipated). San Diego County Board of Supervisors policy B-29 requires DEH to be full cost recovery. DEH last adjusted fees in 2010, and since then the department has focused on how to offset rising costs by gaining operational efficiencies, leveraging technology to streamline work, and implementing business re-engineering projects. The following is a list of current and proposed fees for DEH’s Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) programs. The LEA will be hosting a stakeholder meeting to review the cost recovery proposal and answer questions on January 23, 2017 at 2 p.m. at the County Operations Center, Building 5500, Second Floor, Conference Room 211. If you have any questions regarding DEH’s LEA cost recovery proposal, please contact Eric Lardy at 858-505-6932 or email@example.com.
The County of San Diego Department of Enivornmental Health Solid Waste Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) is certified by the Calfornia Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery to enforce state solid waste laws and regulations in San Diego County, excluding the City of San Diego. The LEA has the primary responsibility for ensuring the proper operation, permitting and closure of solid waste facilities, operations and disposal sites. The LEA also has responsibilities for ensuring the review and approval of postclosure land use activities at closed solid waste disposal sites. The LEA works to protect public health, safety and the well being of our communities and environment from the impacts of solid waste management/recycling and disposal by:
- Preventing environmental damage from existing and future solid waste facilities and operations through careful and thorough permit management, inspection, enforcement, complaint response and education.
- Maintaining all active Solid Waste Facility Permits within our jurisdiction with up to date information and consistent with current laws and regulations.
- Completing all required inspections at each active and closed facility and taking appropriate enforcement actions as necessary.
- Ensuring quick response to complaints received regarding facilities, operations or disposal sites within the jurisdiction of the LEA and taking appropriate enforcement actions as necessary.
- Maintaining LEA certification in good standing with the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle formerly the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB)).
- Promoting interagency cooperation with all entities involved in solid waste management and disposal in San Diego County.
- Maintaining communication with CalRecycle as well as other local enforcement and regulatory agencies.
Information on solid waste facilities, operations and disposal sites regulated by the LEA, including their current permit status, certain related documents and inspection results can all be reviewed on the CalRecycle Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) website.
You may reach us by phone, 858-694-2888, or via Email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Public Notices - Proposed Solid Waste Facility Permit Activity
The following public notices are provided to interested parties related to solid waste facilities or operations. Some of these notices are legally required and others are provided for information only. These notices are grouped by facility name and number and can be viewed using the links provided below.
Description of Amendment
Statutory Timeline Waived
SANCO RESOURCE RECOVERY
The operator has submitted an application package to modify its Solid Waste Facility Permit. The proposed SWFP modification will provide non-material updates to the SWFP. The permit modification will not result in an increase of hours of operations or permitted daily tonnage.
EVERGREEN NURSERY COMPOSTING FACILITY
The operator has submitted an application package to modify the SWFP. The proposed SWFP modification will provide some administrative updates such as current references to supporting documents and LEA findings, and amend the Report of Composting Site Information (RCSI).