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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41510-41512



41510.  (a) On or before July 1, 1992, each county shall prepare a
household hazardous waste element which identifies a program for the
safe collection, recycling, treatment, and disposal of hazardous
wastes, as defined in Section 25117 of the Health and Safety Code,
which are generated by households in the unincorporated area of the
county and which should be separated from the solid waste stream. In
preparing a county household hazardous waste element pursuant to this
section, a county may use components of a county hazardous waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Section 25135.1 of the Health
and Safety Code, if that plan meets the requirements of this article
and of Section 41802.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), if a county determines that
it is unable to comply with the deadline established under
subdivision (a) and unable to comply with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000), to the extent that division requires the
preparation and certification of an environmental impact report for
the element, the county shall do all of the following:
   (1) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall adopt a resolution
stating the reasons it is unable to comply with the deadline
established under subdivision (a) and to complete and certify the
environmental impact report for the household hazardous waste
element. The resolution shall also state a date when the county will
comply with the deadline established under subdivision (a) and
complete and certify the environmental impact report for the
household hazardous waste element.
   (2) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall submit its draft
household hazardous waste element and a copy of the resolution
adopted pursuant to paragraph (1) to the board.
   (3) Upon completion and certification of the environmental impact
report for the household hazardous waste element, or December 1,
1992, whichever is sooner, the county shall adopt its household
hazardous waste element.



41512.  A county household hazardous waste element may include a
program for the safe collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps
waste generated by households. The program may include any of the
following:
   (a) The designation of authorized collection locations, including,
but not limited to, household hazardous waste collection facilities,
designated hospitals and clinics, and fire stations.
   (b) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to return sharps
waste to designated collection locations.
   (c) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to subscribe to
mail-back programs authorized by the United States Postal Service.
   (d) An estimate of the expenditures required for the safe
collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps waste, and
consideration of the feasibility of offering low-cost mail-back
programs for senior and low-income households.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 41510-41512

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41510-41512



41510.  (a) On or before July 1, 1992, each county shall prepare a
household hazardous waste element which identifies a program for the
safe collection, recycling, treatment, and disposal of hazardous
wastes, as defined in Section 25117 of the Health and Safety Code,
which are generated by households in the unincorporated area of the
county and which should be separated from the solid waste stream. In
preparing a county household hazardous waste element pursuant to this
section, a county may use components of a county hazardous waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Section 25135.1 of the Health
and Safety Code, if that plan meets the requirements of this article
and of Section 41802.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), if a county determines that
it is unable to comply with the deadline established under
subdivision (a) and unable to comply with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000), to the extent that division requires the
preparation and certification of an environmental impact report for
the element, the county shall do all of the following:
   (1) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall adopt a resolution
stating the reasons it is unable to comply with the deadline
established under subdivision (a) and to complete and certify the
environmental impact report for the household hazardous waste
element. The resolution shall also state a date when the county will
comply with the deadline established under subdivision (a) and
complete and certify the environmental impact report for the
household hazardous waste element.
   (2) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall submit its draft
household hazardous waste element and a copy of the resolution
adopted pursuant to paragraph (1) to the board.
   (3) Upon completion and certification of the environmental impact
report for the household hazardous waste element, or December 1,
1992, whichever is sooner, the county shall adopt its household
hazardous waste element.



41512.  A county household hazardous waste element may include a
program for the safe collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps
waste generated by households. The program may include any of the
following:
   (a) The designation of authorized collection locations, including,
but not limited to, household hazardous waste collection facilities,
designated hospitals and clinics, and fire stations.
   (b) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to return sharps
waste to designated collection locations.
   (c) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to subscribe to
mail-back programs authorized by the United States Postal Service.
   (d) An estimate of the expenditures required for the safe
collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps waste, and
consideration of the feasibility of offering low-cost mail-back
programs for senior and low-income households.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 41510-41512

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 41510-41512



41510.  (a) On or before July 1, 1992, each county shall prepare a
household hazardous waste element which identifies a program for the
safe collection, recycling, treatment, and disposal of hazardous
wastes, as defined in Section 25117 of the Health and Safety Code,
which are generated by households in the unincorporated area of the
county and which should be separated from the solid waste stream. In
preparing a county household hazardous waste element pursuant to this
section, a county may use components of a county hazardous waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Section 25135.1 of the Health
and Safety Code, if that plan meets the requirements of this article
and of Section 41802.
   (b) Notwithstanding subdivision (a), if a county determines that
it is unable to comply with the deadline established under
subdivision (a) and unable to comply with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000), to the extent that division requires the
preparation and certification of an environmental impact report for
the element, the county shall do all of the following:
   (1) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall adopt a resolution
stating the reasons it is unable to comply with the deadline
established under subdivision (a) and to complete and certify the
environmental impact report for the household hazardous waste
element. The resolution shall also state a date when the county will
comply with the deadline established under subdivision (a) and
complete and certify the environmental impact report for the
household hazardous waste element.
   (2) On or before July 1, 1992, the county shall submit its draft
household hazardous waste element and a copy of the resolution
adopted pursuant to paragraph (1) to the board.
   (3) Upon completion and certification of the environmental impact
report for the household hazardous waste element, or December 1,
1992, whichever is sooner, the county shall adopt its household
hazardous waste element.



41512.  A county household hazardous waste element may include a
program for the safe collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps
waste generated by households. The program may include any of the
following:
   (a) The designation of authorized collection locations, including,
but not limited to, household hazardous waste collection facilities,
designated hospitals and clinics, and fire stations.
   (b) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to return sharps
waste to designated collection locations.
   (c) Efforts to inform and encourage the public to subscribe to
mail-back programs authorized by the United States Postal Service.
   (d) An estimate of the expenditures required for the safe
collection, treatment, and disposal of sharps waste, and
consideration of the feasibility of offering low-cost mail-back
programs for senior and low-income households.

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