Thursday, September 10, 2020
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. or 5:35 p.m. if Special Overtime required

ZOOM Meeting Online
To join us online go to:
ZOOM Meeting Online
To join us online go to:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88170939489?pwd=a2g4cER1TTdzUVhMOXN4UllSRHVrZz09
or call-in at: +1 669 900 6833, enter Webinar ID: 88170939489 and Press #
Password 866918 is required

AGENDA: https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/docs/Agenda_2020-09-10.pdf

Related Documents:

SCL-CAC

  1. SCL-CAC “Agenda, Virtual Meeting, Thursday, September 10, 2020.”
  2. SCL-CAC “Draft Minutes July 9, 2020.”
  3. SCL-CAC “Financial Report – July 1 thru August 31, 2020.”

BFIC/REPUBLIC

  1. Republic to SCL-LEA, “2nd Quarter 2020 Summary of Water Sources, dated July 15, 2020.”
  2. Republic to Task Force, 2nd Quarter 2020 Qtrly Dust/Odor Complaint Report, dated July 15, 2020.”
  3. Republic to Task Force, 2nd Quarter 2020 Landfill Status Report – Finding of Conformance, dated July 15, 2020.”
  4. Republic to SCL-LEA, “June 2020 Monthly Report, dated July 15, 2020.”
  5. Republic to SCL-LEA, “Emergency Waiver of Standards, SCL SWFP No. 19-AA-2000, dated July 17, 2020.”
  6. Republic to County Public Works, “First Semi-Annual 2020 Waste Characterization SCL, dated July 24, 2020.”
  7. Republic to SCL-TAC, “Joint Sunshine Canyon Landfill Technical Advisory Committee Report – Meeting July 30, 2020.”
  8. Republic to DPW, “2nd Quarter 2020 Vegetation Report, dated July 31, 2020.”
  9. Republic to SCL-LEA, “July 2020 Monthly Report, dated August 14, 2020.”

SCAQMD

  1. SCAQMD “CY Complaints Reported 1995 through August 2020, Notices of Violation (NOV) Summary 2009 – August 2020, SCL Odor Complaints Monthly Report – July & August 2020.”
  2. Letter from SCAQMD to County Integrated Waste Management Task Force re: Response to Task Force inquiry as to changes in inspection hours, dated August 19, 2020.

COUNTY TASK FORCE/REGIONAL PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS/PUBLIC HEALTH

  1. County Integrated Waste Management Task Force to California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery/Department of Agriculture re: Request to Investigate Concerns Regarding Handling of COVID-19 Contaminated Solid Waste and Potential Community Health Risks, dated July 13, 2020.”
  2. County Public Health letter to County Integrated Waste Management Task Force, re:” Response to Task Force’s COVID-19 contaminated waste at SCL and other Municipal Solid Waste Landfills letter, of June 17, 2020, dated July 16, 2020.” 
  3. County Integrated Waste Management Task Force to Republic “Request for Information on Soil Importation at Sunshine Canyon Landfill, dated August 13, 2020.”
  4. County Public Works to Republic “Sunshine Canyon Landfill, Conditional Use Permit No. 00-194-(5), Importation of Clean Soil Material, dated August 20, 2020.”
    Note: included enclosures: (1). Republic letter to County Public Works, re: Clean Soil Importation and Stockpile SCL Conditional Use Permit No. 00-194-(5) dated July 16, 2020. (2). County Public Works to Republic re: Clean Soil Importation and Stockpile SCL Conditional Use Permit No. 00-194-(5), dated June 24, 2020. (3). Republic to County Public Works re: Revised Requests for Approval for Importation of Soil, LA County Devil’s Gate Reservoir Sediment Removal, dated October 9, 2015.

OTHER

  1. Regional Water Quality Control Board Los Angeles Region “Notice of Opportunity for Public comment and Public Meeting – Tentative Order (#91-93) to Terminate General Waste Discharge Requirements for Discharge of Non- Hazardous Contaminated Soils and Other Waste to Class III Landfills,” dated July 30, 2020. Note: Still have the ability to enforce WDR under R4-2011-0052 (see below).
  2. Regional Water Quality Control Board Los Angeles Region, Order No. R4-2011-0052, File No. 93-043.

HOTLINKS FOR REFERENCE ONLY at https://planning.lacity.org/resources/sunshine-canyon-landfill

  1. STI, Forty-Eighth Quarterly Report of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring at Sunshine Canyon Landfill and Van Gogh Elementary School, June 1 – November 30, 2019, dated January 21, 2020.
    https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/39414499-e441-4225-944c-49ef8cf10113/48thQtrlyRpt.pdf
  2. Ultra-Systems 3rd Quarterly Site Monitoring Status Report July 1 – September 30, 2019 dated December 10, 2019. https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/9f01fe38-a8f1-48e9-bd94-5be7accd4e16/MMRpt2019_3rdQtr.pdf
  3. STI Eleventh Annual Report of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring at Sunshine Canyon Landfill and Van Gogh Elementary School; An Eleven Year Summary, November 22, 2007 – November 21, 2018, dated July 22, 2019.
    https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/324f4a47-2dee-48aa-91e0-7a5f8e72175d/11th_Annual_Report_Nov_2007-Nov_2018.pdf
  4. Republic to Joint Technical Advisory Committee, Report for January 22, 2020 TAC Meeting, dated January 8, 2020.
    https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/b89c7703-68fd-4691-9ec0-4aef05de4bff/SCL_TAC_Report_-_January_2020.pdf

Thursday, July 9, 2020
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. or 5:35 p.m. if Special Overtime required

ZOOM Meeting Online
To join us online go to:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88307629916?pwd=VGZNVC8yVnE3ejNFemlxVGVMWXkrdz09 or call-in at: +1 669 900 6833, enter Webinar ID: 883 0762 9916 and Press #
Password 715194 is required

AGENDA: https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/docs/Agenda_2020-07-09.pdf

Related Documents:

SCL-CAC

  1. SCL-CAC “Draft Minutes March 12, 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SCL-CAC-DRAFT-Minutes-2020-3-12-rev.-3.pdf
  2. SCL-CAC “Email to AQMD re: change in policy for responding to odor complaints” dated June 12, 2020. https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/copy-email-re-CAC-to-AQMD-061220.pdf
  3. SCL-CAC “Financial Report – March 1 thru April 30, 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/FINANCIAL-STATEMENT-SCL-CAC-March-April-2020.pdf
  4. SCL-CAC “Financial Report – May 1 thru June 30, 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/FINANCIAL-STATEMENT-SCL-CAC-May-June-2020.pdf

BFIC/REPUBLIC

  1. Republic to SCL-LEA, “1st Quarter 2020 Summary of Water Sources, dated April 15, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/First-Quarter-2020-Summary-of-Water-Sources-4-15-2020.pdf
  2. Republic to Task Force, “1st Quarter 2020 Qtrly Dust/Odor Complaint Report, dated April 15, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/1Q-2020-Quarterly-Summary-of-Dust-and-Odor-Per-County-CUP-45.pdf
  3. Republic to SCL-LEA, “Emergency Waiver of Standards Request, dated April 20, 2015.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SCL-Emergency-Waiver-of-Standards-Request-042020.pdf
  4. Republic to SCL-LEA, “March 2020 Monthly Report, dated April 15, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/March-2020-LEA-Monthly-Report.pdf
  5. Republic to SCL-LEA, “April 2020 Monthly Report, dated May 15, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/April-2020-Monthly-Report.pdf
  6. Republic to SCL-LEA, “May 2020 Monthly Report, dated June 15, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/May-2020-Monthly-LEA-Report.pdf
  7. Republic to DPW, “1st Quarter 2020 Vegetation Report, dated April 30, 2020.https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SCL-1Q2020-Quarterly-Vegetation-Report.pdf
  8. Republic to SCL-LEA, “Landfill Manager’s Report to Board of Directors, June 25, 2020” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Item-5-Sunshine-Canyon-LEA-Board-Presentation-6-25-20.pdf

SCAQMD

  1. SCAQMD Chart “CY Complaints Reported 2005 through June 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SCAQMD-Chart-Yearly-Odor-Complaints-2005-thru-June-2020.pdf
  2. SCAQMD Spreadsheet “Notices of Violation (NOV) Summary 2009 – June 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/complaint-nov-summary.June-2020.pdf
  3. SCAQMD Spreadsheet “SCL Odor Complaints Monthly Report – March, April, May, June 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/complaint-summary-alleging-scl-as-source_monthly-report-April-thru-June-2020.pdf

COUNTY TASK FORCE/REGIONAL PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS/PUBLIC HEALTH

  1. County Integrated Waste Management Task Force to County Public Health re: COVID-19 contaminated waste at SCL and other Municipal Solid Waste Landfills, dated June 17, 2020.” https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/TF-Letter-to-Public-Health-Presence-of-COVID19.pdf

OTHER

  1. SCL-LEA to Republic “Emergency Waiver of Standards for SCL Solid Waste Facilities Permit No. 19-AA-2000,” dated April 27, 2020. https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SCL-emergency-waiver-approval-4-27-2020.pdf
  2. NVC letter to SCL-LEA “Emergency Waiver Concerns”, dated May 4, 2020. https://scl-cac.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/NVC-letter-to-SCL-LEA-regarding-SCL-increase-tons-hours-050420.pdf

HOTLINKS FOR REFERENCE ONLY at https://planning.lacity.org/resources/sunshine-canyon-landfill

  1. STI, Forty-Eighth Quarterly Report of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring at Sunshine Canyon Landfill and Van Gogh Elementary School, June 1 – November 30, 2019, dated January 21, 2020. https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/39414499-e441-4225-944c-49ef8cf10113/48thQtrlyRpt.pdf
  2. Ultra-Systems 3rd Quarterly Site Monitoring Status Report July 1 – September 30, 2019 dated December 10, 2019. https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/9f01fe38-a8f1-48e9-bd94-5be7accd4e16/MMRpt2019_3rdQtr.pdf
  3. STI Eleventh Annual Report of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring at Sunshine Canyon Landfill and Van Gogh Elementary School; An Eleven Year Summary, November 22, 2007 – November 21, 2018, dated July 22, 2019. https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/324f4a47-2dee-48aa-91e0-7a5f8e72175d/11th_Annual_Report_Nov_2007-Nov_2018.pdf
  4. Republic to Joint Technical Advisory Committee, Report for January 22, 2020 TAC Meeting, dated January 8, 2020. https://planning.lacity.org/odocument/b89c7703-68fd-4691-9ec0-4aef05de4bff/SCL_TAC_Report_-_January_2020.pdf
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Today the L.A. City Council unanimously approved our game-changing Zero Waste L.A. program, which will implement a complete overhaul of commercial and multi-family waste collection and dramatically increase recycling throughout the city.

The program, which Councilmembers Paul Koretz and José Huizar introduced as a motion in 2010 and worked on during Huizar’s time as Chair of the Energy & Environment committee, will also ensure fair pricing, improve service and working conditions, and help us meet our zero waste goals for Los Angeles. Councilmember Nury Martinez helped usher this long-working policy as an advocate and the recently appointed chair of the E&E committee.

While 70% of L.A.’s waste comes from commercial and apartment buildings, this new program aims to reduce landfill disposal by 1 million tons per year by 2025 and reduce waste by 65% in all 11 of the City’s new service zones!

The program will also decrease food waste and provide all Angelenos with Blue Bin access, no matter where they live or work. The City of Los Angeles has the number one curbside single-family home recycling program in the nation, and now our commercial and multifamily recycling program is well on its way to becoming its equal. Thank you, Don’t Waste LA and all our partners!