- Used-tire projects get Calif. funding. // Waste News;07/15/96, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p6
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board made more than $1 million in grants for used-tire projects. Amount of money which Agoura Hill, Cerritos and Garden Grove, California will receive; Details on other grants.
- Calif. board OKs loans, programs. // Waste News;07/15/96, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p6
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board approved over $1 million in waste-reduction project funds. How the companies plan to used the monies allocated to them; Estimated amount of money the board will spend to clean up an illegal dump on the Mexican border.
- Calif. board puts report on Internet. // Waste News;8/5/96, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p6
Reports on the availability of the 1995 annual report of California's Integrated Waste Management Board over the Internet.
- Buy, sell and trade inventory. Griffin, Cynthia E. // Entrepreneur;Oct96, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p214
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board is publishing a catalog for small businesses with excess inventory or obsolete material for sale, trade or donation. Contact information.
- Oil reuse gets lift. Wiley, Walt // Waste News;12/09/96, Vol. 2 Issue 30, p17
Looks at a program implemented by the state Integrated Waste Management Board in an effort to increase use-oil recycling in California. Focus of the program; Use of the funds earned by the school program and the boater program.
- Business loans OK'd. // San Diego Business Journal;7/15/96, Vol. 17 Issue 29, p28
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board has signed an agreement to sell loans to a Minnesota-based reinvestment fund.
- Recycling Web site. // San Diego Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p18
Reports on the launching of the California Integrated Waste Management Board's Web site. Site address.
- Calif. board gets remaining waste plans. // Waste News;5/12/97, Vol. 2 Issue 51, p6
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board used threats of penalties to get cities, counties and other jurisdictions to file 1995 waste reduction plans into finally filing them in April 1997. Amount of money the board gave to pay for cleanup at trash sites around California.
- Board mulling recycling plan. Toloken, Steve // Waste News;03/30/98, Vol. 3 Issue 46, p13
Reports that the California Integrated Waste Management Board is expected to head toward taking a more cooperative approach to raising the plastic container recycling rate, rather than a more agressive enforcement program that could have focused on extensive fines for firms. Indication that a...