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Compliance with City of Roseville, Construction & Demolition Debris Ordinance & the State of California, Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen)
All California cities and counties, including Roseville, are required by state law (AB 939) to recycle at least 50% of their municipal solid waste, which includes construction and demolition debris. The City of Roseville is subject to significant fines for failure to comply with the 50% recycling requirement.
The California Building Standards Commission has issued green building standards under the CALGreen Program and the City of Roseville has adopted these standards as changes to the building code. The City’s Construction & Demolition Recycling Ordinance, Chapter 9.17.000, and adoption of the CALGreen standards, assists the city in increasing the level of sustainability and in meeting the State’s regulatory requirements.
What types of projects are included?
- All new building construction;
- Tenant Improvements (TI’s), as part of the initial shell/structure;
- All demolition projects;
- Any addition or alteration of 2000 Sq. ft. or more;
- Any non-residential project with a permit valuation of or estimated construction cost of over $500,000;
- Any residential project that increases the building’s area, volume, or size;
All applications for permits that include the above mentioned project types will be required to submit a Waste Management Plan (WMP) before a permit is issued.
Please use the Resources Guide link below to complete and print your plan.
Other helpful resources
City of Roseville Municipal Code
For assistance on drafting a plan or questions regarding the Resources Guide, please contact:
Shelly Tilley, Refuse Superintendent
Environmental Utilities - Solid Waste Division