Please use the Construction Waste Management Plan (CWMP) form.
This form may be downloaded and filled out using a computer, then printed for signature. Assistance with completing the form is available by appointment by calling (909) 386-8701.
Click HERE to download PDF document containing instructions for completing the form.
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The CWMP form is to be submitted to:
- Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Management Division (SWMD)
- 222 W. Hospitality Lane, 2nd Floor
- San Bernardino, CA 92415-0017
- Land Use Services
- High Desert Government Center
- 15900 Smoketree Street, Suite 131
- Hesperia, CA 92345.
For assistance with tracking weights from diversion and disposal facilities (Receipt Tracker), click HERE
Commercial additions greater than 1,000 SF and alteration projects valued greater then $200,000 are required to submit a Universal Waste Disposal Verification Form along with the CDWMP form.
Please be advised that San Bernardino County owned and operated sanitary landfills are not permitted to accept asbestos contaminated wastes. Any debris generated by the demolition of structures is subject to asbestos clearance prior to disposal at any San Bernardino County owned and operated Sanitary Landfills. As the applicant, you are required to have a Certified Asbestos Consultant perform testing of all materials you wish to dispose of. Upon receipt of the Consultant's report, indicating that your debris is not contaminated, Solid Waste Management Division's Operations Section can provide you with a disposal authorization. For more information on Certified Asbestos Consultants please go to http://www.dir.ca.gov/databases/doshacru/acruList.asp, or for information on County requirements please contact Solid Waste operations at 909-386-8701 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The County also offers an opportunity for builders to participate in the Green Building Program. For more information on this program, please visit Building & Safety’s Web site at http://cms.sbcounty.gov/lus/BuildingSafety.aspx.
Construction projects are also required to provide adequate space for collecting and loading of recyclable and organic waste materials once a project is complete as per CalGreen Building Code and Assembly Bill (AB) 2176. See www.calrecycle.ca.gov/venues/Mandates for more information.