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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42170-42172



42170.  (a) After January 1, 1994, no solid waste facility shall
accept for disposal any major appliance, vehicle, or other metallic
discard which contains enough metal to be economically feasible to
salvage as determined by the solid waste facility operator.
   (b) After January 1, 1994, no person shall place a major appliance
or other metallic discard in mixed municipal solid waste or dispose
of a major appliance or other metallic discard in or on land, except
for a solid waste landfill operator who complies with subdivision
(a). This material shall be delivered to a facility to process for
reuse or recycling, placed in a solid waste facility for salvage, or
disposed of at a solid waste landfill if economically infeasible to
salvage.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any solid waste
facility operator who salvages major appliances, vehicles, other
metallic discards or other recyclables shall not be required to
revise the solid waste facilities permit to implement these
activities.
   (d) This section shall be subject to enforcement pursuant to
Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 45000) of Part 5.




42171.  The board shall evaluate the use of recycling residue for
use as solid waste landfill cover materials or for use as extenders
for currently used cover material. If used as daily cover or as
extenders to daily cover, recycling residues shall have all of the
physical characteristics required by regulations for cover materials
adopted pursuant to Section 43020. The results of this evaluation
shall be reported in the report required pursuant to Section 40507.



42172.  The board shall conduct its evaluation of recycling residue
in consultation with the Department of Toxic Substances Control, the
State Air Resources Board, the state water board, and any other
agency having pertinent jurisdiction. Recycling residue used as daily
cover or as extenders in daily cover shall meet performance
standards and requirements for cover material as specified in the
regulations adopted pursuant to Section 43020.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42170-42172

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42170-42172



42170.  (a) After January 1, 1994, no solid waste facility shall
accept for disposal any major appliance, vehicle, or other metallic
discard which contains enough metal to be economically feasible to
salvage as determined by the solid waste facility operator.
   (b) After January 1, 1994, no person shall place a major appliance
or other metallic discard in mixed municipal solid waste or dispose
of a major appliance or other metallic discard in or on land, except
for a solid waste landfill operator who complies with subdivision
(a). This material shall be delivered to a facility to process for
reuse or recycling, placed in a solid waste facility for salvage, or
disposed of at a solid waste landfill if economically infeasible to
salvage.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any solid waste
facility operator who salvages major appliances, vehicles, other
metallic discards or other recyclables shall not be required to
revise the solid waste facilities permit to implement these
activities.
   (d) This section shall be subject to enforcement pursuant to
Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 45000) of Part 5.




42171.  The board shall evaluate the use of recycling residue for
use as solid waste landfill cover materials or for use as extenders
for currently used cover material. If used as daily cover or as
extenders to daily cover, recycling residues shall have all of the
physical characteristics required by regulations for cover materials
adopted pursuant to Section 43020. The results of this evaluation
shall be reported in the report required pursuant to Section 40507.



42172.  The board shall conduct its evaluation of recycling residue
in consultation with the Department of Toxic Substances Control, the
State Air Resources Board, the state water board, and any other
agency having pertinent jurisdiction. Recycling residue used as daily
cover or as extenders in daily cover shall meet performance
standards and requirements for cover material as specified in the
regulations adopted pursuant to Section 43020.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42170-42172

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42170-42172



42170.  (a) After January 1, 1994, no solid waste facility shall
accept for disposal any major appliance, vehicle, or other metallic
discard which contains enough metal to be economically feasible to
salvage as determined by the solid waste facility operator.
   (b) After January 1, 1994, no person shall place a major appliance
or other metallic discard in mixed municipal solid waste or dispose
of a major appliance or other metallic discard in or on land, except
for a solid waste landfill operator who complies with subdivision
(a). This material shall be delivered to a facility to process for
reuse or recycling, placed in a solid waste facility for salvage, or
disposed of at a solid waste landfill if economically infeasible to
salvage.
   (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any solid waste
facility operator who salvages major appliances, vehicles, other
metallic discards or other recyclables shall not be required to
revise the solid waste facilities permit to implement these
activities.
   (d) This section shall be subject to enforcement pursuant to
Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 45000) of Part 5.




42171.  The board shall evaluate the use of recycling residue for
use as solid waste landfill cover materials or for use as extenders
for currently used cover material. If used as daily cover or as
extenders to daily cover, recycling residues shall have all of the
physical characteristics required by regulations for cover materials
adopted pursuant to Section 43020. The results of this evaluation
shall be reported in the report required pursuant to Section 40507.



42172.  The board shall conduct its evaluation of recycling residue
in consultation with the Department of Toxic Substances Control, the
State Air Resources Board, the state water board, and any other
agency having pertinent jurisdiction. Recycling residue used as daily
cover or as extenders in daily cover shall meet performance
standards and requirements for cover material as specified in the
regulations adopted pursuant to Section 43020.


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