2020 - Assembly Bill 2882 (Chu, Kansen), Hazardous Emissions and Substances on Private and Charter School Sites (Dead)
Toxics and Hazardous Waste, CEQA
Office of Legislative Affairs
Would have expanded existing school site acquisition and environmental certification requirements under the California Education Code for public and State-funded schools to include private and charter schools. The requirements would have included evaluation of the schoolsite for hazardous substances, waste, and air emissions, among other provisions. The bill would have also extended the requirements for the purchase of a schoolsite or the construction of a school under the California Environmental Quality Act to include charter schools. Was not heard in the Senate Environmental Quality Committee.