Construction & Demolition Waste Management
Submit Your C & D Recycling Plan Online
State law requires at least 65% of solid waste generated in a community be recycled. The regulations require that at least 65% of all solid waste materials generated by a construction or demolition project be diverted from the landfill through waste management options such as salvage/reuse or recycling. Inert debris includes concrete, asphalt, brick and similar masonry products. To help meet this goal, the City requires completion of a Waste Management Plan (WMP) for covered projects identifying how at least 65-percent of project waste materials will be diverted from the landfill. A “covered project” is defined as:
- Residential: All newly constructed buildings, all demolition-only projects, all projects that increase conditioned area, volume, or size, all projects where the addition or alteration is 1,000 sq. ft. or larger, and/or all projects where the project valuation is $50,000 or greater, with the exception of re-roof only projects.
- Non-Residential: All projects.
The City of Pleasant Hill uses Green Halo's online waste management tracking system. See below how to set up a WMP on Green Halo.
Online Submission Process
There are five steps for completing Waste Management Plans (WMP's) online:
Step 1 – Add email@example.com to your email safe sender list to prevent messages being treated as junk.
Step 2 – Go to Pleasant Hill's custom Green Halo Systems portal, http://www.pleasanthill.wastetracking.com/ and create a new recycling plan,
(For new users, create a profile, activate your account, and then follow the link in the email from Green Halo to start a new project.)
Step 3 - Complete and submit a WMP online.
Step 4 – Upload your receipts, invoices, photos, or other relevant documentation as you go. Do not wait until the completion of the project to upload your documentation.
Step 5 – At project completion, click “Submit for Final” to deliver a completed WMP to the City, prior to scheduling the Final Inspection or requesting a T.C.O. or C.O. Failure to do so may result in delays in scheduling.