The City's Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris Recycling Ordinance was established in September 2006 to help the City comply with AB 939 which requires local governments to divert at least half of the materials sent to landfills, annually. The California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen Code) establishes the minimum mandatory Green Building Standards that cities must implement and enforce. The City's C&D Ordinance was amended in 2016 (effective January 2017) in response to revisions and updates to construction waste reduction, disposal, and recycling standards in the 2016 Triennial edition of the CALGreen Code. The amended ordinance, consistent with the current CALGreen Code, requires applicable projects to divert 65% of project-generated C&D debris sent to landfills through reuse and recycling options, among other new diversion and universal waste handling requirements.

C&D Ordinance Compliance Materials & Resources


Additional Resources

Select the buttons below for more information on statewide C&D debris diversion, proper disposal of universal waste items, converting volumes of C&D debris materials to weights, and Waste Management C&D services in Woodland.

For assistance, contact:

Reyna Piñon, C&D Recycling Cordinator
City of Woodland Public Works Department
Environmental Services Division
Phone: (530) 661-2063