Form CalRecycle74C "Recycled-Content Certification for Contracts" - California

What Is Form CalRecycle74C?

This is a legal form that was released by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on June 1, 2010;
  • The latest edition provided by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery;
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Download Form CalRecycle74C "Recycled-Content Certification for Contracts" - California

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
To be completed by Contractor
Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)
CalRecycle 74C (Rev. 06/10 for Contracts)
Name of Contractor:
Recycled-Content Certification
Contract #:
Work Order #:
Check this box if no products, materials, goods, or supplies were purchased with contract dollars and submit to the
CalRecycle Contract Manager.
This form to be completed by contractor. The form must be completed and returned to the CalRecycle with a row
completed for each product purchased with contract dollars. Attach additional sheets if necessary. Information must be
included, even if the product does not contain recycled-content material. Product labels, catalog/website descriptions, or
bid specifications may be attached to this form as a method of providing that information. Add additional rows as needed.
Contractor’s Name
Date
Address
Phone
Fax
E-mail
Web site
1
2
Product Manufacturer
Product Description / Brand
Purchase
Percent
SABRC
Amount ($)
Postconsumer
Product
Material
Category
Code
Public Contract Code sections 12205 (a) (1) (2) (3) (b) (1) (2) (3).
I certify that the above information is true. I further certify that these environmental claims for recycled content regarding
these products are consistent with the Federal Trade Commission’s Environmental Marketing Guidelines in accordance
with PCC Section 12205.
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Print name
Signature
Company
Date
(See footnotes on the back of this page.)
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
To be completed by Contractor
Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle)
CalRecycle 74C (Rev. 06/10 for Contracts)
Name of Contractor:
Recycled-Content Certification
Contract #:
Work Order #:
Check this box if no products, materials, goods, or supplies were purchased with contract dollars and submit to the
CalRecycle Contract Manager.
This form to be completed by contractor. The form must be completed and returned to the CalRecycle with a row
completed for each product purchased with contract dollars. Attach additional sheets if necessary. Information must be
included, even if the product does not contain recycled-content material. Product labels, catalog/website descriptions, or
bid specifications may be attached to this form as a method of providing that information. Add additional rows as needed.
Contractor’s Name
Date
Address
Phone
Fax
E-mail
Web site
1
2
Product Manufacturer
Product Description / Brand
Purchase
Percent
SABRC
Amount ($)
Postconsumer
Product
Material
Category
Code
Public Contract Code sections 12205 (a) (1) (2) (3) (b) (1) (2) (3).
I certify that the above information is true. I further certify that these environmental claims for recycled content regarding
these products are consistent with the Federal Trade Commission’s Environmental Marketing Guidelines in accordance
with PCC Section 12205.
________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Print name
Signature
Company
Date
(See footnotes on the back of this page.)
1. Postconsumer material comes from products that were bought by consumers, used, and then recycled. For example: a
newspaper that has been purchased and read, next recycled, and then used to make another product would be
postconsumer material.
If the product does not fit into any of the product categories, enter “N/A.” Common N/A products include wood
products, natural textiles, aggregate, concrete, electronics such as computers, TV, software on a disk or CD, telephone
2. Product category refers to one of the product categories listed below, into which the reportable purchase falls. For
products made from multiple materials, choose the category that comprises most of the product by weight, or volume.
Note: For reused or refurbished products, there is no minimum content requirement.
For additional information visit
www.calrecycle.ca.gov/BuyRecycled/
Code
Description
Minimum content requirement
Product Categories (11)
1
Paper Products - Recycled
30 percent postconsumer fiber, by fiber weight
2
Printing and Writing - Recycled
30 percent postconsumer fiber, by fiber weight
3
Compost, Co-compost, and
80 percent recovered materials. i.e., material that
Mulch – Recycled
would otherwise be normally disposed of in a
landfill
4
Glass – Recycled
10 percent postconsumer, by weight
5
Rerefined Lubricating Oil - Recycled
70 percent re-refined base oil
6a
Plastic – Recycled
10 percent postconsumer, by weight
6b
Printer or duplication cartridges
a. Have 10 percent postconsumer material, or
b. Are purchased as remanufactured, or
c. Are backed by a vendor-offered program that
will take back the printer cartridges after their
useful life and ensure that the cartridges are
recycled and comply with the definition of
recycled as set forth in Section 12156 of the
Public Contract Code.
7
Paint – Recycled
50 percent postconsumer paint (exceptions when
50% postconsumer content is not available or is
restricted by a local air quality management
district, then 10% postconsumer content may be
substituted)
8
Antifreeze – Recycled
70 percent postconsumer material
9
Retreated Tires - Recycled
Use existing casing that has undergone retreading
or recapping process in accordance with Public
Resource Code (commencing with section
42400).
10
Tire- Derived - Recycled
50 percent postconsumer tires
11
Metals – Recycled
10 percent postconsumer, by weight
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