Permits / Plan Review

2022 California Energy Code

For information on the new 2022 California Title 24 Energy Code, please visit Energy Code Ace's website, to help with resources on navigating the new Energy Code requirements for building permit issuance.

Construction & Demolition Debris Recycling

Construction and Demolition (C&D) debris constitutes as much as 16% of the materials deposited in Alameda County landfills. C&D materials are easily recyclable if a project is planned well. And, contractors may save money by recycling rather than landfilling waste. Starting January 1 2022 all residential and commercial projects must recycle and/or salvage for reuse a minimum of 65% of nonhazardous construction and demolition waste in accordance with the 2022 California Green Building Standards Code. You can enroll in the Green Halo Systems program, to keep track of construction debris recycling and disposal, or you can choose a recycling facility that complies with the 2022 California Green Building Standards Code, and submit recycling receipts to inspector prior to permit final. 

Construction & Demolition Worksheet Form

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