Recycling Receipts

What is the process?

Review: Review by Building Staff

Your choices include: 

a. Use one or more of the nine certified Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) facilities 

or, 

b. Use some other facility. These choices are shown on the County Building Department’s Permit Application, above the signature area. Failure to complete that section will result in delays issuing your permit until the information is provided. 

 

Both option (a) and (b) shall be required to submit all receipts from the waste and recycling facilities before you receive your Final Building Inspector Approval. 

If you decide to use a facility that is not IWMA-certified, then you need to fill out an extra form (Detailed Recycling Plan) before your permit is issued.

(Refer to the detailed Form BLD-1017)

You can find the Recycling Forms listed below:

BLD-1017-10292020-Detailed-Recycling-Plan-and-Disposal-Report

BLD-2044-10292020-CWMP-Recycling-Requirements-and-Exemptions

BLD-2043-10302020-Recycling-Required-at-Construction-Sites

BLD-2045-10302020-Simplified-Recycling-Plan

Submit: Submit Recycling Receipts

To submit your recycling receipts for a Construction Permit in the County, you can scan and email the recycling receipts to the following email address: 

[email protected]

Include the permit number, your name and a phone number if there are any questions. 

Who can use this service?

Anyone can use this service.

Is there a charge for this service?

Please refer to the Department of Planning & Building Fee Schedule for application fees.

When and where is this service offered?

This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.

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