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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44150-44152



44150.  (a) The enforcement agency shall not issue or revise a solid
waste facilities permit for any proposed project which proposes to
use transformation, as defined in Section 40201, unless the project
complies with all of the following conditions:
   (1) The proposed project meets all of the requirements specified
in this chapter.
   (2) The proposed project is consistent with state solid waste
management policy as set forth in Section 40051.
   (3) The proposed project has a defined source of waste, including
waste available from existing solid waste transfer and processing
stations.
   (4) The proposed project is guaranteed, by contract or other
commitments, more than sufficient quantities of waste to maintain the
project's economic feasibility for the life of the bonded
indebtedness of the project. This guarantee shall not include any
materials which will be recycled pursuant to paragraph (5).
   (5) The proposed project, and any contracts or commitments the
project has entered into for the provision of waste, uses front-end
recycling methods or programs to remove all recyclable materials from
the waste stream prior to transformation to the maximum extent
feasible.
   (6) If the proposed project is a thermal powerplant, the thermal
powerplant has been specifically included in an adopted and approved
revision of the countywide or regional agency integrated waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with
Section 41750) of Part 2.
   (7) The ash or other residue generated from the transformation
project is routinely tested at least once a month, and,
notwithstanding Section 25143.5 of the Health and Safety Code, if
hazardous wastes are present, the ash or residue is sent to a Class 1
hazardous waste disposal facility.
   (b) Facilities for the recovery of methane gas are not subject to
this section.



44151.  Any solid waste facility, located outside of any city, shall
be maintained in compliance with the flammable clearance provisions
of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 4371) of Part 2 of Division 4.



44152.  No enforcement agency shall issue or revise a permit for a
solid waste facility which exclusively uses transformation until the
board has concluded in writing that the proposed permit is consistent
with the state's minimum standards for solid waste facilities.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 44150-44152

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44150-44152



44150.  (a) The enforcement agency shall not issue or revise a solid
waste facilities permit for any proposed project which proposes to
use transformation, as defined in Section 40201, unless the project
complies with all of the following conditions:
   (1) The proposed project meets all of the requirements specified
in this chapter.
   (2) The proposed project is consistent with state solid waste
management policy as set forth in Section 40051.
   (3) The proposed project has a defined source of waste, including
waste available from existing solid waste transfer and processing
stations.
   (4) The proposed project is guaranteed, by contract or other
commitments, more than sufficient quantities of waste to maintain the
project's economic feasibility for the life of the bonded
indebtedness of the project. This guarantee shall not include any
materials which will be recycled pursuant to paragraph (5).
   (5) The proposed project, and any contracts or commitments the
project has entered into for the provision of waste, uses front-end
recycling methods or programs to remove all recyclable materials from
the waste stream prior to transformation to the maximum extent
feasible.
   (6) If the proposed project is a thermal powerplant, the thermal
powerplant has been specifically included in an adopted and approved
revision of the countywide or regional agency integrated waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with
Section 41750) of Part 2.
   (7) The ash or other residue generated from the transformation
project is routinely tested at least once a month, and,
notwithstanding Section 25143.5 of the Health and Safety Code, if
hazardous wastes are present, the ash or residue is sent to a Class 1
hazardous waste disposal facility.
   (b) Facilities for the recovery of methane gas are not subject to
this section.



44151.  Any solid waste facility, located outside of any city, shall
be maintained in compliance with the flammable clearance provisions
of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 4371) of Part 2 of Division 4.



44152.  No enforcement agency shall issue or revise a permit for a
solid waste facility which exclusively uses transformation until the
board has concluded in writing that the proposed permit is consistent
with the state's minimum standards for solid waste facilities.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 44150-44152

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44150-44152



44150.  (a) The enforcement agency shall not issue or revise a solid
waste facilities permit for any proposed project which proposes to
use transformation, as defined in Section 40201, unless the project
complies with all of the following conditions:
   (1) The proposed project meets all of the requirements specified
in this chapter.
   (2) The proposed project is consistent with state solid waste
management policy as set forth in Section 40051.
   (3) The proposed project has a defined source of waste, including
waste available from existing solid waste transfer and processing
stations.
   (4) The proposed project is guaranteed, by contract or other
commitments, more than sufficient quantities of waste to maintain the
project's economic feasibility for the life of the bonded
indebtedness of the project. This guarantee shall not include any
materials which will be recycled pursuant to paragraph (5).
   (5) The proposed project, and any contracts or commitments the
project has entered into for the provision of waste, uses front-end
recycling methods or programs to remove all recyclable materials from
the waste stream prior to transformation to the maximum extent
feasible.
   (6) If the proposed project is a thermal powerplant, the thermal
powerplant has been specifically included in an adopted and approved
revision of the countywide or regional agency integrated waste
management plan prepared pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with
Section 41750) of Part 2.
   (7) The ash or other residue generated from the transformation
project is routinely tested at least once a month, and,
notwithstanding Section 25143.5 of the Health and Safety Code, if
hazardous wastes are present, the ash or residue is sent to a Class 1
hazardous waste disposal facility.
   (b) Facilities for the recovery of methane gas are not subject to
this section.



44151.  Any solid waste facility, located outside of any city, shall
be maintained in compliance with the flammable clearance provisions
of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 4371) of Part 2 of Division 4.



44152.  No enforcement agency shall issue or revise a permit for a
solid waste facility which exclusively uses transformation until the
board has concluded in writing that the proposed permit is consistent
with the state's minimum standards for solid waste facilities.


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