``It's to safeguard the city coffers and be compliant with (the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989).
What does CIWMA stand for?
CIWMA stands for California Integrated Waste Management Act (state legislation)
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In 1989, the California Integrated Waste Management Act mandated that local governments reduce their solid waste by 50% by the year 2000.
The 1989 California Integrated Waste Management Act requires all cities and counties in the state to divert half of all solid waste from landfills by 2000.
The Good Earthkeeping Award was established by Councilmember Ruth Galanter in response to the California Integrated Waste Management Act (AB 939), as a way to recognize businesses that are doing an outstanding job in conserving natural resources during the performance of their work.
The new program would be the latest in a series of city policies on solid waste ordinances, rates and franchise system issues implemented in response to the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989.
The California Integrated Waste Management Act (AB 939), passed in 1989, directs cities and counties to cut waste going to landfills by 25% in 1995 and 50% by the year 2000.