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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 3480-3490



3480.  (a) The board shall develop and administer a used oil grant
program. The board shall adopt regulations for the administration of
this chapter and make grant applications available.
   (b) The board shall adopt emergency regulations for the
administration of this chapter in accordance with Chapter 3.5
(commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of
the Government Code. The regulations shall be deemed to be emergency
regulations, and shall be considered by the Office of Administrative
Law as necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace,
health and safety, or general welfare.



3481.  The purpose of the used oil collection demonstration grant
program is to encourage the establishment of public used oil
collection projects and to provide capital outlay and other costs to
provide households with the capability of collection used oil
generated in those households and to encourage the collection,
recycling, and proper disposal of used oil.



3482.  (a) A local agency shall not use more than 5 percent of any
grant for administrative costs.
   (b) The board shall not use more than 10 percent of funds made
available for the grant program under this chapter for administrative
costs.



3483.  The board shall establish criteria for the granting of funds
for used oil collection projects conducted by local agencies,
including, but not limited to, information relating to proposed
project costs and capital outlay.


3484.  (a) Local agencies which have established public used oil
curbside collection projects on or before January 1, 1991, are
eligible for grants under this article to expand and upgrade those
projects. Grant funds shall not be utilized to replace current
funding sources.
   (b) The grant to any local government shall not exceed
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) per grant. Local agencies may
pool their grant funds to implement coordinated or complementary
used oil collection projects.



3485.  Grant funds shall be made available on a competitive basis to
local agencies if requests for grants exceed available funds.



3485.5.  The following criteria shall be used to evaluate grant
applications:
   (a) The need for a used oil collection project within a
jurisdiction.
   (b) The commitment of local agency funds to the used oil
collection project.
   (c) The commitment of the local agency to continue the used oil
collection project after state funding has expired.
   (d) The consideration given to a curbside used oil collection
program.



3486.  The board shall determine the contents of grant applications
and the methods for evaluating the applications.



3487.  The board shall evaluate each grant application for its
potential to satisfy the requirements of this chapter and shall award
the grant based on the evaluation. The board shall notify the
applicant of the approval or denial of the grant application on or
before January 1, 1992.



3489.  A local agency that establishes or otherwise expends grant
funds provided pursuant to this chapter shall:
   (a) Comply with the requirements in the regulations concerning
notification and reporting.
   (b) Provide adequate containment capacity for the containers or
tanks used to store used oil in the case of a leak or spill.
   (c) Provide sufficient security for centers to minimize vandalism
and improper disposal of hazardous substances into used oil
containers.


3490.  Storage containers, such as drums and tanks, used to store
used oil shall be in good condition and shall meet any applicable
design and construction standards.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 3480-3490

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 3480-3490



3480.  (a) The board shall develop and administer a used oil grant
program. The board shall adopt regulations for the administration of
this chapter and make grant applications available.
   (b) The board shall adopt emergency regulations for the
administration of this chapter in accordance with Chapter 3.5
(commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of
the Government Code. The regulations shall be deemed to be emergency
regulations, and shall be considered by the Office of Administrative
Law as necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace,
health and safety, or general welfare.



3481.  The purpose of the used oil collection demonstration grant
program is to encourage the establishment of public used oil
collection projects and to provide capital outlay and other costs to
provide households with the capability of collection used oil
generated in those households and to encourage the collection,
recycling, and proper disposal of used oil.



3482.  (a) A local agency shall not use more than 5 percent of any
grant for administrative costs.
   (b) The board shall not use more than 10 percent of funds made
available for the grant program under this chapter for administrative
costs.



3483.  The board shall establish criteria for the granting of funds
for used oil collection projects conducted by local agencies,
including, but not limited to, information relating to proposed
project costs and capital outlay.


3484.  (a) Local agencies which have established public used oil
curbside collection projects on or before January 1, 1991, are
eligible for grants under this article to expand and upgrade those
projects. Grant funds shall not be utilized to replace current
funding sources.
   (b) The grant to any local government shall not exceed
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) per grant. Local agencies may
pool their grant funds to implement coordinated or complementary
used oil collection projects.



3485.  Grant funds shall be made available on a competitive basis to
local agencies if requests for grants exceed available funds.



3485.5.  The following criteria shall be used to evaluate grant
applications:
   (a) The need for a used oil collection project within a
jurisdiction.
   (b) The commitment of local agency funds to the used oil
collection project.
   (c) The commitment of the local agency to continue the used oil
collection project after state funding has expired.
   (d) The consideration given to a curbside used oil collection
program.



3486.  The board shall determine the contents of grant applications
and the methods for evaluating the applications.



3487.  The board shall evaluate each grant application for its
potential to satisfy the requirements of this chapter and shall award
the grant based on the evaluation. The board shall notify the
applicant of the approval or denial of the grant application on or
before January 1, 1992.



3489.  A local agency that establishes or otherwise expends grant
funds provided pursuant to this chapter shall:
   (a) Comply with the requirements in the regulations concerning
notification and reporting.
   (b) Provide adequate containment capacity for the containers or
tanks used to store used oil in the case of a leak or spill.
   (c) Provide sufficient security for centers to minimize vandalism
and improper disposal of hazardous substances into used oil
containers.


3490.  Storage containers, such as drums and tanks, used to store
used oil shall be in good condition and shall meet any applicable
design and construction standards.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 3480-3490

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 3480-3490



3480.  (a) The board shall develop and administer a used oil grant
program. The board shall adopt regulations for the administration of
this chapter and make grant applications available.
   (b) The board shall adopt emergency regulations for the
administration of this chapter in accordance with Chapter 3.5
(commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of
the Government Code. The regulations shall be deemed to be emergency
regulations, and shall be considered by the Office of Administrative
Law as necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace,
health and safety, or general welfare.



3481.  The purpose of the used oil collection demonstration grant
program is to encourage the establishment of public used oil
collection projects and to provide capital outlay and other costs to
provide households with the capability of collection used oil
generated in those households and to encourage the collection,
recycling, and proper disposal of used oil.



3482.  (a) A local agency shall not use more than 5 percent of any
grant for administrative costs.
   (b) The board shall not use more than 10 percent of funds made
available for the grant program under this chapter for administrative
costs.



3483.  The board shall establish criteria for the granting of funds
for used oil collection projects conducted by local agencies,
including, but not limited to, information relating to proposed
project costs and capital outlay.


3484.  (a) Local agencies which have established public used oil
curbside collection projects on or before January 1, 1991, are
eligible for grants under this article to expand and upgrade those
projects. Grant funds shall not be utilized to replace current
funding sources.
   (b) The grant to any local government shall not exceed
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) per grant. Local agencies may
pool their grant funds to implement coordinated or complementary
used oil collection projects.



3485.  Grant funds shall be made available on a competitive basis to
local agencies if requests for grants exceed available funds.



3485.5.  The following criteria shall be used to evaluate grant
applications:
   (a) The need for a used oil collection project within a
jurisdiction.
   (b) The commitment of local agency funds to the used oil
collection project.
   (c) The commitment of the local agency to continue the used oil
collection project after state funding has expired.
   (d) The consideration given to a curbside used oil collection
program.



3486.  The board shall determine the contents of grant applications
and the methods for evaluating the applications.



3487.  The board shall evaluate each grant application for its
potential to satisfy the requirements of this chapter and shall award
the grant based on the evaluation. The board shall notify the
applicant of the approval or denial of the grant application on or
before January 1, 1992.



3489.  A local agency that establishes or otherwise expends grant
funds provided pursuant to this chapter shall:
   (a) Comply with the requirements in the regulations concerning
notification and reporting.
   (b) Provide adequate containment capacity for the containers or
tanks used to store used oil in the case of a leak or spill.
   (c) Provide sufficient security for centers to minimize vandalism
and improper disposal of hazardous substances into used oil
containers.


3490.  Storage containers, such as drums and tanks, used to store
used oil shall be in good condition and shall meet any applicable
design and construction standards.


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