The Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) is a state-mandated regulatory program that permits, inspects, and enforces State and specific local standards for solid waste facilities, including landfills and transfer stations and various recycling facilities. The LEA protects the health and safety of the community by serving as the lead City investigators and inspector for solid waste and recycling operations that could have a significant public health and environmental impact if not properly regulated. The LEA accomplishes this by conducting unannounced periodic inspections of permitted facilities and issuing corrective notices and enforcement orders in the case of non-compliance. The LEA also investigates citizen's complaints related to solid waste or recycling facilities and directly order corrective measures or make referral to the proper agency(s) should conditions require follow up.
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All odor complaints should be directed to the South Coast Air Quality Management District at 1 (800) CUT-SMOG.
221 N. Figueroa St. Suite 1250Los Angeles, CA 90012
Telephone: (213) 252-3939
For more information on this facility go to Solid Waste Facility Permit Applications section below
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