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File #: SM-P-0065-23    Version: 1
Type: Stormwater Requisition $30,000 and Over Status: Adopted
File created: 10/23/2023 In control: Stormwater Management Committee
On agenda: 11/7/2023 Final action: 11/14/2023
Title: AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY OF DUPAGE, ILLINOIS AND SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE FOR RECYCLING AND COMPOSTING EDUCATION (SCARCE) FOR PROFESSIONAL EDCUCATION SERVICES
Attachments: 1. Checklist- SCARCE, 2. Agreement- SCARCE, 3. Exhibits- SCARCE, 4. Vendor Ethics- SCARCE

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AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY OF DUPAGE, ILLINOIS
AND SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE FOR RECYCLING AND COMPOSTING EDUCATION (SCARCE)
FOR PROFESSIONAL EDCUCATION SERVICES
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WHEREAS, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the COUNTY authority to take action to control flooding, manage stormwater and prevent water pollution and to enter into agreements for the purposes of stormwater management, flood control and preventing water pollution (Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter 55, paragraphs 5/5-1062.3 and 5/5-15001, et. seq.); and

WHEREAS, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the COUNTY authority to plan for the management of the COUNTY's waste and recycling stream pursuant to the Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act (415 ILCS 15/1, et seq.); and

WHEREAS, the COUNTY has adopted the DuPage County Stormwater Management Plan which recognizes stream maintenance, erosion control, and enhancing water quality as an integral part of the proper management of storm and flood waters and has adopted the DuPage County Solid Waste Management Plan that emphasizes the importance of waste reduction, recycling, and education; and

WHEREAS, the COUNTY has adopted Appendix J into the DuPage County Stormwater Management Plan, of which countywide water quality public education is a significant component; and

WHEREAS, the COUNTY and its municipalities are required to establish a water quality public education program for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II permit, effective March 2003; and

WHEREAS, the COUNTY has developed a Water Quality Improvement Program that provides for, among other things, public education; and

WHEREAS, the COUNTY requires professional educational services to supplement and complement existing water quality and waste reduction, waste reuse and recycling education pr...

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