The Los Angeles Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation is scheduled to hold a Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan workshop for community stakeholders in Westchester Tuesday, December 11th.

The workshop is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl’s field office, 7166 Manchester Ave., Westchester.

The workshop is part of the stakeholder-driven process to develop a plan for moving the city closer to meeting its solid waste management goals by the year 2030, according to the Department of Public Works.

In November, the Bureau of Sanitation held its third series of workshops in each of the city’s six “wastesheds.” Each workshop provided stakeholders the opportunity to give their input and ideas for policies and programs that the city should include in its plan to expand recycling programs and reduce waste in all parts of the city, officials said.

The fourth series of workshops this month will focus on the types of facilities to be considered for the city and the region.

“We move into another important aspect of the Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan as we ask stakeholders at this workshop series to provide input and share their thoughts on policies and facilities we need to achieve zero waste,” Bureau of Sanitation director Enrique C. Zaldivar said.