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City of Malibu
23825 Stuart Ranch Road · Malibu, California · 90265-4861
Phone (310) 456-2489 · Fax (310) 456-3356 · www.malibucity.org
Getting Started with Construction and Demolition Debris
Waste Reduction and Recycling
Step 1 - Complete and Submit an Affidavit and Certification to Implement a Waste Reduction and
Recycling Plan (WRRP). Hire a City permitted solid waste hauler to ensure that your project
complies with State and local laws – find the current list at www.malibucity.org/haulers.
Where to get the forms: Malibu City Hall or online at www.malibucity.org/ConDemo
Where to submit forms: Submit a signed Affidavit and Certification to Malibu City Hall,
Environmental Sustainability Department, located at 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, 90265. For over-
the-counter permitted jobs, submit your signed form to a Permit Technician. Keep a copy for your
records.
Who should fill out the WRRP: The Applicant (e.g., architect, owner, builder) is responsible for
submitting an Affidavit and Certification to Implement a WRRP with their Building Permit
application. The WRRP can be filled out by whoever is knowledgeable about the types and
quantities of debris that will be generated from the project.
Subcontractor participation: If subcontractors are required to remove debris from the job site,
they can play a key role in helping you meet the City's recycling requirements. Inform
subcontractors of your WRRP and what is required of them early in the project. The Applicant
must provide documentation for all materials subcontractors are hauling. Documentation must
include information about the facility, tonnage amounts, project address, and appropriate coding to
indicate that the material was recycled or disposed. We strongly recommend including
specifications or other language for recycling and/or reuse in your contracts. Informing your
subcontractors of requirements up front helps eliminate confusion later.
Where to take materials: The Builders’ Recycling Resource List (included in this packet) lists
local facilities and the materials they accept.
Review Process: As of 2010, the WRRP form will no longer be reviewed by City staff. When
obtaining permits, the Applicant must submit an Affidavit and Certification to Implement a WRRP.
When the project is complete, submit a Recycling Report to the City.
Step 2 - Gather Data for the Recycling Report
After your Building Permit is issued and you are ready to begin work, you will need to begin
recording information for your Recycling Report. Be sure to use a City permitted solid waste
hauler; the current list is available online at www.malibucity.org/haulers. You are required to
document quantities of materials generated, reused, recycled, and/or disposed of throughout the
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project. The receipts must include information about the facility, tonnage amounts, project address,
and appropriate coding to indicate that the material was recycled or disposed.
It is your responsibility to obtain written receipts from subcontractors and other parties removing
debris from your site. Notify subcontractors and haulers of this requirement before work begins.
City staff is available to help you with this process. Please call 310-456-2489 and speak with the
person assigned to your project.
Step 3 - Submit your Recycling Report
A Recycling Report must be submitted for review and approval by authorized City staff prior to
sign off at Final Inspection and issuance of a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of
Occupancy. Quantities must be verifiable, based on weight tags or other sufficient documents.
If less than 65% of the C&D debris from the project was diverted from landfill disposal, you must
submit documentation with your Recycling Report demonstrating that a "good faith" effort was
made to achieve the waste reduction goal. Documentation must specify, in detail, the reasons why
you could not meet the City's requirement.
Due Date: Recycling Reports are due 7-10 days prior to the Final Inspection. They may be
submitted to Environmental Programs staff at the Public Counter. Keep a copy for your records.
Review Process: Prior to Final Inspection and issuance of a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy
or Certificate of Occupancy, the Recycling Report will be reviewed to determine if the Applicant
met the reuse and recycling goals. Authorized City staff will sign off on the Recycling Report
indicating that the project is in compliance with all “Solid Waste Conditions” (AB 939).
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Detailed Instructions for Completing
C&D Debris Recycling Forms
These are line-by-line instructions for completing the Waste Reduction & Recycling Plan (WRRP)
and the C&D Debris Recycling Report, required for the following projects.
Projects Subject to C&D Debris Recycling
New Construction
All demolition projects
Addition/Alteration that increases the conditioned area, volume, or size
Over-the-counter permitted jobs
Each project site that requires a building permit will require its own Affidavit and Certification to
Implement a WRRP and Recycling Report.
As of 2010, WRRP forms will no longer be reviewed by City staff. The Applicant must submit an
Affidavit and Certification to Implement a WRRP. Effective January 1, 2017, the State requires a
minimum 65% waste diversion. The City has therefore implemented a mandatory C&D Debris
Recycling Program to divert at least 65% of these highly recoverable materials from the landfill.
A Recycling Report must be submitted for review and approval prior to sign-off at Final Inspection
and issuance of a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Occupancy. The Recycling
Report documents materials, quantities, and C&D processing facilities. The quantities listed must be
based on verifiable data gathered throughout the project (e.g. weigh tags, gate receipts).
The forms are available at Malibu City Hall or online at www.malibucity.org/ConDemo
Recycling Report
Application/permit number: Include the project number (e.g. CDP, APR, OC, Permit).
Contact Information: Fill out the contact information box completely. The Contact Name should
be the project manager, or the person to contact with questions.
Questions 1-3: Check one box only for each question regarding project and building types.
Question 4: State the square footage of the project. For additions and alterations, list the work area
only. For example, if alterations are being made to 10,000 square feet of a 100,000 square foot
building, list 10,000 square feet for Size of Project. The Project Valuation should be the same as that
listed in the building permit application.
Question 5: Include start and completion dates for the project.
Questions 6: Provide specific information about how the waste materials were reused, salvaged or
recycled. Describe the types of containers that were used, how employees and subcontractors handled
materials, and how they were informed of the established procedures.
Column A Total Quantity Discarded: The total quantity of discarded materials (by material
type) generated from all phases (i.e. demolition and construction) of the project.
Quantities shall be listed in tons. If quantities are only available in yards or in square
feet, use the Materials Conversion Worksheet in your packet to convert material
volume to tons.
Column B Salvage or Reuse: Materials that are in usable condition only. List the materials that
were reused or taken to a salvage facility for reuse. Examples include wood from
foundation forms that were reused on other jobs, usable lighting fixtures, windows,
doors, lumber, cabinets, and donated materials (e.g. Craigslist, Habitat for Humanity).
Column C Recycling: Materials that were not reused in their present form but will be re-
processed into a new product. Examples include scrap metal, untreated and unpainted
wood scrap, cardboard, and drywall cut-offs.
Column D Disposal: Materials that were not be reused or recycled (i.e. material taken to landfill).
Examples include unusable painted wood debris, insulation, hazardous materials, and
food packaging.
Column E Material Destination: List the facility or service provider you used for reusing,
recycling or disposing of each material generated from your project.
Column Totals Add up quantities listed in each column and indicate totals at the bottom.
Mixed Debris This line refers to debris generated in addition to the separated materials listed in the
Recycling table above.
Question 7: Fill in the blanks using the quantities of C&D debris listed at the bottom of each
column (Column Totals) to determine the percentage of waste reused or recycled.
Question 8: If the percentage reused or recycled is 65% or more, check the box marked Yes.”. If
the sum is less than 65%, check the box marked “No. Briefly explain the specific
reason(s) why the goal was not achieved and attach documentation.
Question 9: The Applicant or owner/builder shall print name, sign, and date the form.
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MATERIALS CONVERSION WORKSHEET - SEPARATED MATERIALS
Column I
Column III
Material Category
Volume
Units
x
=
Tons
Asphalt/Concrete
Asphalt (broken)
cy
x
=
Concrete (broken)
cy
x
=
Concrete (solid slab)
cy
x
=
Brick/Masonry/Tile
Brick (broken)
cy
x
=
Brick (whole, palletized)
cy
x
=
Masonry Block (broken)
cy
x
=
Tile
sq ft
x
Building Materials (doors, windows,
cabinets, etc.)
cy
x
=
Cardboard (flat)
cy
x
=
Carpet
(by square foot)
sq ft
x
=
(by cubic yard)
cy
x
=
Carpet Padding/Foam
sq ft
x
=
Ceiling Tiles
(whole -
palletized)
sq ft
x
=
(loose)
cy
x
=
2
Dirt
cu ft
x
=
Drywall (new or used)
1/2“ (by
square foot)
sq ft
x
=
5/8” (by square foot)
sq ft
x
=
Drywall (demo/used)
(by cubic
yard)
cy
x
=
Garbage/Trash
cy
x
=
Landscape Debris (brush trees, etc.)
cy
x
=
Scrap Metal
cy
x
=
Unpainted Wood & Pallets
(by
board
food)
bd ft
x
=
(by cubic yard)
cy
x
=
3
Other
x
=
cy = cubic yards cu ft= cubic foot sq ft = square foot bd ft = board foot
=
Sources:
1
: City of Oakland PWD
2
CalRecycle (factor averaged between 5 different types of dirt and converted to tons for consistency
3
For additional information visit http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/#Conversion
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Builders’ Recycling Resource List
Los Angeles County Recycling Facilities Accepting C&D Material
(provided by Cal Recycle)
More information about Mixed C&D Processors is available online at
www.calrecycle.ca.gov/LGCentral/Library/Innovations/CnDProcess
This list was compiled by the City of Malibu as an informational list ONLY; names are listed alphabetically. Although reasonable steps have been
taken to provide correct information, we do not guarantee the above information is, in all circumstances, complete and correct and do not assume any
liability for any errors, inclusions or omissions in this list. The City does not endorse any of these companies.
Facility Name
Asphalt & Concrete
Brick/Masonry/Tile
Building Materials
(doors, windows, fixtures, etc.)
Carpet
Carpet Padding, Foam (only)
Cardboard
Ceiling Tile (acoustic)
Drywall (used)
Drywall (new, unpainted
sheets or scrap)
Scrap Metal
Unpainted Wood & Pallets
Yard Trimmings (brush,
trees, stumps, etc.)
Garbage/Trash
Other
City Phone Number
A-1 Metals Recycling
x
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-4388
Alameda Street Metal Corp.
x
Los Angeles
(323) 564-5601
Another Pallet
x
Long Beach
(562) 437-6106
Arnie's Supply Service
x
Los Angeles
(323) 263-1696
Atkinson & Earthshine
x
Los Angeles
(714) 897-4311
BLT Enterprises L.L.C.-Central LA
Transfer Station
x
x
x
x
Los Angeles
(213) 746-9700
Blue Diamond Materials
x
Irwindale
(800) 300-6120
Bradley Landfill & Recycling
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-6180
Cainas Pallets
x
Compton
(310) 631-9190
Calabasas Landfill
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Agoura
(818) 889-1430
Central City Pallets
x
Los Angeles
(213) 892-0599
Century Pallets
x
Lynwood
(310) 605-0788
Chandler's Landfill
x
x
Rolling Hills
Estate
(310) 784-2905
Community Recycling/Resource
Recovery
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-7511
CRA-Recycle America-Vernon
x
Vernon
(323) 415-0170
Dupont Carpet Reclamation/Recycle
Center
x
x
Van Nuys
(818) 374-5200
Earthshine
x
x
Los Angeles
(714) 897-4311
Falcon(JWR) Transfer Center-
Wilmington (BFI)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Wilmington
(562) 432-2268
FS Pallets &Repair Service
x
Gardena
(310) 538-9165
Granite Construction Company
x
Littlerock
(805) 726-4447
Habitat for Humanity
x
Pacoima
(818) 897-0940
Habitat for Humanity-Pomona Valley
x
La Verne
(909) 596-7098
Hanson Aggregates
x
South Gate
(800) 300-6120
Hi Waste Disposal Co.
x
x
x
Artesia
(562) 865-8068
Hugo Neu-Proler Company
x
Terminal Island
(310) 831-0281
Irwindale Iron & Metal
x
Irwindale
(626) 359-5815
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Facility Name
Asphalt & Concrete
Brick/Masonry/Tile
Building Materials
(doors,
windowns, fixtures, etc.)
Carpet
Carpet Padding, Foam
(only)
Cardboard
Ceiling Tile (acoustic)
Drywall (used)
Drywall
(new, unpainted
sheets or scrap)
Scrap Metal
Unpainted Wood & Pallets
Yard Trimmings
(brush, trees,
stumps, etc.)
Garbage/Trash
Other
City Phone Number
Kramar's Iron & Metal Incorporated
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-4303
Looney Bins Inc.
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Sun Valley
(818) 768-7197
Los Angeles Waste Materials
x
Los Angeles
(213) 747-7659
Master Recycling Center, Inc.
x
x
El Monte
(626) 442-4242
Mid City Iron & Metal, Corp.
x
Los Angeles
(213) 747-4281
Newman & Sons, Inc.
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-0700
Nu-way Live Oak Landfill-Waste
Management
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Irwindale
(626) 301-9727
Ornelas Construction Clean Up
x
x
Mission Hills
(818) 364-1278
Pacific Industrial Metal Corporation
x
Los Angeles
(310) 538-5360
Pacific West Recycling Services, Inc.
x
Manhattan Beach
(310) 545-4972
Puente Hills Landfill
x
Whittier
(562) 699-5204
RC Pallets
x
Lynwood
(310) 608-3330
Recycled Base Materials, Inc.
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-3088
S & G Pallets
x
Los Angeles
(213) 488-9457
S & M Pallet Co.
x
Compton
(310) 635-2664
Scholl Canyon. Landfill- Los Angeles
County Sanitation District
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Glendale
(213) 245-9865
Shamrock Base
x
Los Angeles
(323) 223-2366
South Coast Recycling
x
Los Angeles
(213) 245-2684
Southland Pallets
x
Los Angeles
(323) 231-1884
Ultraglass, Inc.
x
Chatsworth
(818) 772-7744
Valley Base Materials
x
Sun Valley
(818) 767-3088
Valley Iron & Metal Company
x
Sun Valley
(323) 875-2520
Vulcan Materials-Littlerock
x
Littlerock
(805) 672-2517
Vulcan Materials-Sun Valley
x
Sun Valley
(818) 768-4157
Vulcan Materials-Wilmington
x
Wilmington
(310) 834-2655
Waste Recovery &Recycling
x
South Gate
(323) 560-8488
Whittier Fertilizer
x
Pico Rivera
(562) 699-3461
Ventura County Recycling Facilities Taking C&D Material - (provided by Cal Recycle)
California Wood Recycling-Simi Valley
x
Simi Valley
(805) 650-8852
California Wood Recycling-Ventura
x
Ventura
(805) 650-1616
Gillibrand
x
Simi Valley
(805) 526-2195
Gold Coast Recycling &Transfer Station
x
Ventura
(805) 642-9236
Habitat for Humanity
x
Oxnard
(805) 485-6065
S.P. Milling Company
x
Oxnard
(805) 485-3101
Simi Valley Base, Inc.
x
x
Simi Valley
(805) 520-3595
Simi Valley Landfill & Recycling
Center
x
x
x
Simi Valley
(805) 579-7267
Tapo Rock & Sand
x
Simi Valley
(805) 526-2899
Vulcan Materials-Oxnard
x
Oxnard
(805) 672-2517
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Construction & Demolition Debris
Waste Reduction & Recycling Plan
This form must be completed for the following types of projects:
New Construction (non-residential and residential)
Demolition Projects (non-residential and residential)
Any Addition/Alteration that increases the building’s conditioned area, volume, or size
Recycling Plan forms are no longer reviewed/approved by City staff. The Applicant must submit an Affidavit
and Certification to Implement a WRRP.
If you have questions, call: (310) 456-2489
Plan Check #: Building Permit #:
Project Address (Include floor, suite, etc.):
Contact Name: Title:
Company Name:
Contact Mailing Address:
Phone: Fax: Email:
Check all that apply
1. Type of Project:
New Construction
Addition/Alteration
Demolition
2. Type of Building:
Commercial
Single Family Residence
Apartment/Condominium
3. Tenant Improvement:
Yes
No
4. Size of Project: sq. ft. Construction Valuation $
5. Estimated Start Date: Estimated Completion Date:
6. Briefly state how waste materials will be handled at your job site to ensure salvage/reuse or recycling. Also explain
how you will inform your workers/sub-contractors of your Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan requirements and ensure
their participation (additional pages may be added).
Be sure to provide an adequate answer to this question when
submitting the Summary Report.
Please do not write below this line
Approval Signature:__________________________________________________ Date:______________________ ___________
Comments:______________________________________________________________________________________ ___________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City of Malibu WRRP
Page 1 of 2
Column A: List estimated quantities of waste for each material type (in tons). To convert yards to tons, use the Materials
Conversion Worksheet provided in your packet.
Columns B, C, D: List estimated quantities to be reused/salvaged, recycled, or disposed.
Column E: State the name of all vendors or facilities used to reuse, recycle or dispose of material listed.
Column Totals: Add up all quantities listed in Column A; do the same for Columns B, C and D. Double check your
math for accuracy and record totals at the bottom of each column.
Plan Check #: Project Address:
Material Handling Methods - Indicate quantities (in tons only) for each material listed.
Material Type
A
Total Tons
Generated
(A=B+C+D)
B
Quantity
Salvaged or
Reused
C
Recycling
D
Disposal
E
Designate Material
Destination(s)
(R)=Recycled, (D)=Disposal,
(S)=Salvage/Reuse
EXAMPLE
2 tons 1.5 .5
(R) Downtown Diversion
(D) Calabasas Landfill
Asphalt & Concrete
Brick/Masonry/Tile
Building Materials
(doors, windows, fixtures, etc.)
Carpet
Carpet Padding/Foam
Cardboard
Ceiling Tile (acoustic)
Dirt
Drywall (used)
Drywall (new, unpainted sheets or
scrap)
Landscape Debris
(brush, trees, stumps, etc.)
Scrap Metal
Unpainted Wood and Pallets
Garbage/Trash
Other
Recycled Mixed Debris
Column Totals
7. To determine if you met the required 65% project waste reduction complete the following with the Column Totals:
B + C ÷ A = x 100 = %
8. Is the percentage listed in #7 greater than or equal to 65%?
YES
NO If “NO” please explain why below:
9. Print Name: Signature: Date: _______________
City of Malibu WRRP
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City of Malibu
23825 Stuart Ranch Road · Malibu, California · 90265-4861
Phone (310) 456-2489 · Fax (310) 456-3356 · www.malibucity.org
City’s Implementation of State Law:
Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris Recycling Program
Pursuant to Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (Assembly Bill (AB) 939)
California AB 939 provides: “Required each city or county plan to include an implementation schedule which shows: diversion
of 50 percent of all solid waste by January 1, 2000 through source reduction, recycling, and composting activities.” Effective
January 1, 2017, the State of California requires a minimum 65% waste diversion. The City has therefore implemented a
mandatory Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris Recycling Program to divert at least 65% of these highly
recoverable materials from the landfill. This Program applies to residential and non-residential projects within city limits.
_______________________________________________ ____________________________
Address & Project Number (e.g. CDP, APR, OC, Permit) Applicant Phone Number or Email
AFFIDAVIT OF PROJECT TYPE: (check one)
New Construction. A Recycling Report shall be submitted detailing how at least 65% of C&D debris was
recycled/salvaged. Sign the Affidavit and Certification.
Demolition. A Recycling Report shall be submitted detailing how at least 65% of C&D debris was
recycled/salvaged. Sign the Affidavit and Certification.
Addition/Alteration that increases the buildings conditioned area, volume, or size. A Recycling
Report shall be submitted detailing how at least 65% of C&D debris was recycled/salvaged. Sign the Affidavit and
Certification.
Demolition due to a fire. Exempt from Recycling Report submittal. Sign the Affidavit only.
Addition/Alteration that does not increase the conditioned area, volume, or size. Exempt from
Recycling Report submittal. Sign the Affidavit only.
_________________________ ________________________ ____________________
Signature Printed Name Date
Property Owner/ Authorized Agent (circle one) Licensed Contractor, License No.
_____________________
CERTIFICATION OF IMPLEMENTATION: C&D DEBRIS RECYCLING PROGRAM
This is to certify a Waste Reduction & Recycling Plan (WRRP) for the above-referenced address will be implemented to
divert a minimum of 65% and a Recycling Report shall be submitted to the Environmental Sustainability Department upon
project completion, prior to obtaining final building approval and, when applicable, a Certificate of Occupancy.
I declare that I have read and understand the requirements of the City’s C&D Debris Recycling Program and
that the foregoing is true and correct.
_________________________ ________________________ ____________________
Signature Printed Name Date
Property Owner/ Authorized Agent (circle one) Licensed Contractor, License No. _____________________
Construction & Demolition Debris
Recycling Report
This form must be completed for the following types of projects:
New Construction (non-residential and residential)
Demolition Projects (non-residential and residential)
Any Addition/Alteration that increases the building’s conditioned area, volume, or size
Submit Reports 7-10 business days prior to
UFinal Building InspectionU. Questions: (310) 456-2489
NOTE: Recycling Reports must be submitted prior to approval at Final Building Inspection and must be
approved prior to issuance of Certificate of Occupancy/Temporary Certificate of Occupancy.
Plan Check #: Building Permit #:
Project Address (Include floor, suite, etc.):
Contact Name: Title:
Company Name:
Contact Mailing Address:
Phone: Fax: Email:
Check all that apply
1. Type of Project:
New Construction
Addition/Alteration
Demolition
2. Type of Building:
Commercial
Single Family Residence
Apartment/Condominium
3. Tenant Improvement:
Yes
No
4. Size of Project: sq. ft. Construction Valuation $
5. Estimated Start Date: Estimated Completion Date:
6. Briefly state how waste materials were handled at your job site to ensure salvage/reuse or recycling. Also explain
how you informed your workers/sub-contractors of your Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan requirements and ensured
their participation. Include any additional comments.
Please do not write below this line
Approval Signature: ___________________________________________________________Date______________________________
Comments:______________________________________________________________________________________ ___ ________
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________ ___ ___________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___
City of Malibu Recycling Report
Page 1 of 2
Column A: List estimated quantities of waste for each material type (in tons). To convert yards to tons, use the Materials
Conversion Worksheet provided in your packet.
Columns B, C, D: List estimated quantities to be reused/salvaged, recycled, or disposed.
Column E: State the name of all vendors or facilities used to reuse, recycle or dispose of material listed.
Column Totals: Add up all quantities listed in Column A; do the same for Columns B, C and D. Double check your
math for accuracy and record totals at the bottom of each column.
Plan Check #: Project Address:
Material Handling Methods - Indicate quantities (in tons only) for each material listed.
Material Type
A
Total Tons
Generated
(A=B+C+D)
B
Quantity
Salvaged or
Reused
C
Recycling
D
Disposal
E
Designate Material
Destination(s)
(R)=Recycled, (D)=Disposal,
(S)=Salvage/Reuse
EXAMPLE
2 tons 1.5 .5
(R) Downtown Diversion
(D) Calabasas Landfill
Asphalt & Concrete
Brick/Masonry/Tile
Building Materials
(doors, windows, fixtures, etc.)
Carpet
Carpet Padding/Foam
Cardboard
Ceiling Tile (acoustic)
Dirt
Drywall (used)
Drywall (new, unpainted sheets or
scrap)
Landscape Debris
(brush, trees, stumps, etc.)
Scrap Metal
Unpainted Wood and Pallets
Garbage/Trash
Other
Recycled Mixed Debris
Column Totals
7. To determine if you met the required 65% project waste reduction complete the following with the Column Totals:
B + C ÷ A = x 100 = %
8. Is the percentage listed in #7 greater than or equal to 65%?
YES
NO If “NO” please explain why below:
9. Print Name: Signature: Date: _______________
City of Malibu Recycling Report
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