SCH Number 2010081061
- Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan (SWIRP)
- Note: Review per lead The Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan (SWIRP) is a long-range master plan for solid waste management in the City of Los Angeles (City). SWIRP proposes an approach for the City to achieve a goal of diverting 70 percent of the solid waste from landfills by 2013 and 90 percent diversion by 2025. These targeted diversion rates would be implemented through an enhancement of existing policies and programs, implementation of new policies and programs, and the development of future facilities to meet the City's recycling and solid waste infrastructure needs over a 20-year planning period. It is assumed that the facilities would be within a 100-mile radius of the City. Specific locations for these facilities have not been identified at this time; rather SWIRP notes the number and type of facilities that would be required over the next 20 year planning period.
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