California Public Resources Code
The county recycling component shall include a program and implementation schedule which shows the methods by which the county will, in combination with the source reduction and composting components, reduce a sufficient amount of solid waste disposed of within the unincorporated area of the county to comply with the diversion requirements of Section 41780.
The county recycling component shall describe the types of materials which will be recycled under the programs in Section 41370.
The county recycling component shall describe the methods that the county will use to determine the categories of solid wastes to be diverted from disposal at a disposal facility through recycling.
The county recycling component shall describe new facilities, and expansion of existing facilities, which will be needed to implement the recycling component.
The county recycling component shall describe methods which will be used to increase markets for recycled materials, including, but not limited to, an evaluation of the feasibility of procurement preferences for the purchase of recycled products. Each county may grant a price preference to encourage the purchase of recycled products. The amount of the price preference shall be determined by the county.
The county recycling component shall evaluate industrial, commercial, residential, governmental, and other curbside, mobile, dropoff, and buy-back recycling programs, manual and automated material recovery facilities, zoning, and building code changes which encourage recycling of materials, and rate structures which encourage recycling of materials.