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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42650-42651



42650.  The board may establish a research and development program,
based on priorities that are consistent with Section 40051, and
designed to identify, develop, and refine processes and technologies
that will assist state and local governments and private industries
to implement innovative resource management and waste reduction
programs. The board may conduct research and development programs,
upon appropriation therefor by the Legislature, that include, but are
not limited to, all of the following:
   (a) Establishing, in coordination with the Department of
Conservation, a recycling extension service within the board to serve
as a central clearinghouse for recycling research information.
   (b) Establishing cooperative research and development facilities
at universities and colleges in the state.
   (c) Developing a research program to study the feasibility of
using disposal site mining technology to extend the life of existing
disposal sites, recover valuable resources, and to reuse the
reclaimed disposal site in an environmentally sound manner.
   (d) Establishing a research program to identify educational and
promotional methods that can effect environmentally positive changes
in human behavior.
   (e) Conducting studies into hazards posed by special wastes and by
ash and air emissions from the incineration of waste.
   (f) Conducting research to develop statistical tools to establish
computer-based data bases on waste characteristics, special waste
volumes, and county and regional waste capacities.
   (g) Analyzing disposal site encroachment problems and assisting
local agencies in the development of effective public policy tools to
discourage disposal site encroachment.



42651.  In determining the types of research and development which
may be undertaken pursuant to Section 42650, the board shall
prioritize the allocation of funds for processes and technologies
based upon the hierarchy established under Section 40051.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42650-42651

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42650-42651



42650.  The board may establish a research and development program,
based on priorities that are consistent with Section 40051, and
designed to identify, develop, and refine processes and technologies
that will assist state and local governments and private industries
to implement innovative resource management and waste reduction
programs. The board may conduct research and development programs,
upon appropriation therefor by the Legislature, that include, but are
not limited to, all of the following:
   (a) Establishing, in coordination with the Department of
Conservation, a recycling extension service within the board to serve
as a central clearinghouse for recycling research information.
   (b) Establishing cooperative research and development facilities
at universities and colleges in the state.
   (c) Developing a research program to study the feasibility of
using disposal site mining technology to extend the life of existing
disposal sites, recover valuable resources, and to reuse the
reclaimed disposal site in an environmentally sound manner.
   (d) Establishing a research program to identify educational and
promotional methods that can effect environmentally positive changes
in human behavior.
   (e) Conducting studies into hazards posed by special wastes and by
ash and air emissions from the incineration of waste.
   (f) Conducting research to develop statistical tools to establish
computer-based data bases on waste characteristics, special waste
volumes, and county and regional waste capacities.
   (g) Analyzing disposal site encroachment problems and assisting
local agencies in the development of effective public policy tools to
discourage disposal site encroachment.



42651.  In determining the types of research and development which
may be undertaken pursuant to Section 42650, the board shall
prioritize the allocation of funds for processes and technologies
based upon the hierarchy established under Section 40051.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42650-42651

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42650-42651



42650.  The board may establish a research and development program,
based on priorities that are consistent with Section 40051, and
designed to identify, develop, and refine processes and technologies
that will assist state and local governments and private industries
to implement innovative resource management and waste reduction
programs. The board may conduct research and development programs,
upon appropriation therefor by the Legislature, that include, but are
not limited to, all of the following:
   (a) Establishing, in coordination with the Department of
Conservation, a recycling extension service within the board to serve
as a central clearinghouse for recycling research information.
   (b) Establishing cooperative research and development facilities
at universities and colleges in the state.
   (c) Developing a research program to study the feasibility of
using disposal site mining technology to extend the life of existing
disposal sites, recover valuable resources, and to reuse the
reclaimed disposal site in an environmentally sound manner.
   (d) Establishing a research program to identify educational and
promotional methods that can effect environmentally positive changes
in human behavior.
   (e) Conducting studies into hazards posed by special wastes and by
ash and air emissions from the incineration of waste.
   (f) Conducting research to develop statistical tools to establish
computer-based data bases on waste characteristics, special waste
volumes, and county and regional waste capacities.
   (g) Analyzing disposal site encroachment problems and assisting
local agencies in the development of effective public policy tools to
discourage disposal site encroachment.



42651.  In determining the types of research and development which
may be undertaken pursuant to Section 42650, the board shall
prioritize the allocation of funds for processes and technologies
based upon the hierarchy established under Section 40051.


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