The board shall develop and implement a source reduction and recycling program for school districts which shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following elements:
(a) A survey of school districts throughout the state to determine which districts already have source reduction and recycling programs and which districts need those programs.
(b) Development of a model waste reduction and recycling program for school districts.
(c) Providing training for school districts on how to implement source reduction and recycling programs.
(d) Providing ongoing technical and informational assistance for school districts implementing source reduction and recycling programs.
(e) Establishment of a repository of literature and teaching materials from other states and institutions which have instituted source reduction and recycling programs for their waste stream.
(f) Determining the types of equipment needed by school districts to implement source reduction recycling programs.
(g) Providing assistance to school districts in locating markets for their reusable or recyclable materials.
(h) Disseminating information to school districts on office equipment and other items which are made from recycled materials and which are available for purchase by school districts.
(Amended by Stats. 1993, Ch. 663, Sec. 14.)