Managing Hazardous Waste

We strengthen regulations and streamline waste management

SB 673 Community Workshop

SB673 Community Workshop Bane







Community Workshop Flyer – English Folleto del Taller Comunitario – Español

SB 673 Draft Regulatory Framework Concepts – English Regulatorios del SB 673 – Espanol

SB 673 Fact Sheet – English Hoja de Datos del SB 673 – Espanol

CalEnviroscreen Fact Sheet – English Hoja de Datos de CalEnviroscreen – Espanol

SB 673 Statute – English SB 673 Estatuo – Espanol

Join us for community dialogue hosted by the Department of Toxic Substances Control

“Connecting local experiences to protective actions in communities near permitted hazardous waste facilities”

6:00pm – Gathering and Interactive Display – snacks provided 6:30-8:30pm – Community Conversation

~Traducción en español disponible (Spanish Translation Available)~

  • Learn about DTSC’s efforts to address community concerns through hazardous waste permitting process.
  • Connect with community members to share and learn about community needs and priorities.
  • Weigh in on opportunities to address community concerns regarding the effects of hazardous waste facilities in your community.

These community workshops will inform DTSC’s implementation of SB 673 (SB 673, Lara, Stats. 2015), a key milestone in developing stronger regulatory and permit processes that enhance protections for public health and the environment in communities near hazardous waste facilities. For more information about these workshops or the SB 673 process, visit DTSC Home Page or contact Bonnie Holmes-Gen. Join us in your community:

Monday, October 22, 2018: South Los Angeles Holman United Methodist Church 3320 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles Workshop Agenda Agenda de la Reunion  

Wednesday, October 24, 2018: Kern County David Head Community Center 10300 San Diego St, Lamont Workshop Agenda Agenda de la Reunion

Thursday, October 25, 2018: Oakland Alameda County Training & Education Center 125 12th St, Suite 400, Oakland Workshop Agenda Agenda de la Reunion

DTSC’s mission is to protect California’s people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances.