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Connecting Communities To CalRecycle 2015 Debut Fall/Winter

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Used and Waste Tires
CalRecycle helps manage more than 40 million waste tires that are
generated in the state each year. The Department enforces the proper
management of tires at waste tire facilities in order to mitigate the ille-
gal dumping and piling of tires and to prevent pollution and fires. Major
tire fires, as seen in Tracy in 1998 and Panoche in 1996, have negative
effects on public health and the environment through the contamination
of surface water, groundwater, air and soil. Used tires can be recycled
to produce crumb rubber for new products such as rubberized asphalt
concrete or can be used in civil engineering applications. Used tires are
generally handed in when purchasing new tires.

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Monthly Public Meetings
CalRecycle wants you, as California community members, to play a
role in the Department's decision-making processes and to pro-
vide input in the development of statewide waste management and
recycling programs. We encourage participation in these processes
in part by attending CalRecycle's monthly public meetings. The meet-
ings include a general report by the Director of CalRecycle, presenta-
tions and discussions by the Executive Team, an overview of pending
and recently made decisions, and updates about Department projects
and activities, legislation, upcoming workshops, and grant and loan
recipients. There is also an opportunity to make public comments on
agenda items during the meeting.
Meetings are typically held the third Tuesday of each month at 10
a.m. and are broadcast online for participants who would like to
listen in remotely. Information about upcoming meetings can be
received by subscribing to the CalRecycle monthly public meetings
email listserv or accessed on the CalRecycle website. The monthly
public meeting agenda can be downloaded on the provided webpage.
If you are interested in engaging with CalRecycle directly and in
providing public comment on an agenda item at a public monthly
meeting, you are encouraged and welcome to attend, participate, and
make your voice heard. This is a great opportunity for community
members to participate in the public process and actively engage
with CalRecycle.

Public Comment and the FormalRulemaking Process
When the State Legislature passes a bill and it is signed into law by
the Governor, state agencies must put the bill into practice. Some-
times the bill text does not say how the law should be implemented
and enforced throughout the state, so it is up to state agencies to
write regulations that explain how the law will be carried-out. The
process of writing and adopting regulations is called the rulemaking
The rulemaking process requires the public to have the opportunity
to participate by attending hearings and workshops, and making
comments on proposed regulations. If you are interested in partici-
pating with CalRecycle in the rulemaking process you are welcome
to attend public hearings and workshops hosted by the Department.
Workshops are designed to provide a status update on beginning
the formal rulemaking process, discuss key issues, and answer
questions about proposed regulations. Some workshops are online
webinars, and most workshops and hearings are recorded live as
audio webcasts that can be accessed on the CalRecycle website.
You can also provide oral or written comments on a proposed
regulation to CalRecycle during the 45-day comment period. Infor-
mation and updates on proposed regulations, scheduled hearings
and workshops, and how to submit public comments can be found
on CalRecycle's Proposed Regulations (Rulemaking) webpage. A
detailed overview of the formal process for how to make a public
comment on proposed regulations can be accessed from the Office
of Administrative Law (OAL).

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