CIWB Releases Los Angeles-Area Cities From More Monitoring, Possible Penalties

October 2009
Solid Waste Report;10/29/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 16, p2
The article states that three cities in Los Angeles, California, have been released from further monitoring and possible penalties by the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CWIB) after complying with the orders issued by the board and upgrading their recycling program. The cities of Torrance, Lynwood and Hermosa Beach were under compliance order since 1999 for failure to implement recycling and source reduction programs. It discusses the improvements in recycling and environmental programs implemented by the three cities.


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