||re: Alternative Fuel and Vehicle Technologies, Funding Programs.
||Signed by the Governor; Chapter 401 of 2013 Statutes.|
||re: An act to add Part 8 (commencing with Section 38600) to Division 25.5 of the Health and Safety Code, relating to greenhouse gases.
||re: Solid Waste, Recycling, Diversion. Would reduce by 50% organic waste materials going into landfills by the year 2020.
||Re-referred to Assembly Appropriations.|
||re: Solid Waste, Home-Generated Sharps.
||re: Recycling, Household Batteries.
||re: An act to amend Sections 42403, 42403.5, and 42405 of the Health and Safety Code, relating to air pollution.
||Re-referred to Assembly Natural Resources; no date set.|
||re: Solid Waste, Enforcement Agencies. Would provide that the enforcement agency would be deemed independent from the local governing body.
||Senate Floor Inactive File; TWO-YEAR BILL.|
||re: Alternative Energy, Recycled Feedstock.
||Senate Appropriations Suspense File; TWO-YEAR BILL.|
||re: Solid Waste, Biomass Conversion.
||Signed by the Governor; Chapter 411 of 2013 Statutes.|
||re: Local Government, Contracts (Evergreen bill). Would require a review of contracts with a total annual value of $250,000 or more and containing an automatic renewal clause, at least once every three years.
||Failed to get a motion in Senate Governance & Finance; TWO-YEAR BILL.|
||Pavelo, Rubio, Hill
||re: An act to amend several Sections and add Sections 43018.9, 43867.5, and 43867.6 to the Health and Safety Code, to amend Sections 42885 and 42889 of the Public Resources Code, and to amend Sections 9250.1, 9250.2, 9261.1, and 9853.6 of the Vehicle Code, relating to vehicular air pollution, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.
||Assembly Transportation Committee; 2-Year Bill.|
re: Solid Waste, Energy.
Specifies that conversion technologies that use specified biomass feedstocks are included in the definition of "biomass conversion" for purposes of the IWMA. Defines "anaerobic digestion" and specifies that anaerobic digestion facilities are solid waste facilities.
||Vetoed by the Governor.|