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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44300



44300.  An enforcement agency may, after holding a public hearing
before a hearing panel or a hearing officer appointed pursuant to
Section 44308 or 44309, in accordance with the procedures set forth
in Section 44310, deny a solid waste facilities permit in any of the
following cases:
   (a) The application is incomplete or otherwise inadequate.
   (b) The applicant has not complied with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000).
   (c) The applicant has failed to demonstrate that the facility will
meet minimum regulatory standards.
   (d) The application contains significant false or misleading
information or significant misrepresentations.
   (e) The agency determines the applicant has, during the previous
three years, been convicted of, or been issued a final order for, one
or more violations of this division, or regulations adopted pursuant
to this division, or the terms and conditions of the permit, and the
violation meets both of the following criteria:
   (1) The violation demonstrates a chronic recurring pattern of
noncompliance that has posed, or may pose, a significant risk to
public health and safety or to the environment.
   (2) The violation has not been corrected or reasonable progress
toward correction has not been achieved.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 44300

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44300



44300.  An enforcement agency may, after holding a public hearing
before a hearing panel or a hearing officer appointed pursuant to
Section 44308 or 44309, in accordance with the procedures set forth
in Section 44310, deny a solid waste facilities permit in any of the
following cases:
   (a) The application is incomplete or otherwise inadequate.
   (b) The applicant has not complied with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000).
   (c) The applicant has failed to demonstrate that the facility will
meet minimum regulatory standards.
   (d) The application contains significant false or misleading
information or significant misrepresentations.
   (e) The agency determines the applicant has, during the previous
three years, been convicted of, or been issued a final order for, one
or more violations of this division, or regulations adopted pursuant
to this division, or the terms and conditions of the permit, and the
violation meets both of the following criteria:
   (1) The violation demonstrates a chronic recurring pattern of
noncompliance that has posed, or may pose, a significant risk to
public health and safety or to the environment.
   (2) The violation has not been corrected or reasonable progress
toward correction has not been achieved.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 44300

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 44300



44300.  An enforcement agency may, after holding a public hearing
before a hearing panel or a hearing officer appointed pursuant to
Section 44308 or 44309, in accordance with the procedures set forth
in Section 44310, deny a solid waste facilities permit in any of the
following cases:
   (a) The application is incomplete or otherwise inadequate.
   (b) The applicant has not complied with Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000).
   (c) The applicant has failed to demonstrate that the facility will
meet minimum regulatory standards.
   (d) The application contains significant false or misleading
information or significant misrepresentations.
   (e) The agency determines the applicant has, during the previous
three years, been convicted of, or been issued a final order for, one
or more violations of this division, or regulations adopted pursuant
to this division, or the terms and conditions of the permit, and the
violation meets both of the following criteria:
   (1) The violation demonstrates a chronic recurring pattern of
noncompliance that has posed, or may pose, a significant risk to
public health and safety or to the environment.
   (2) The violation has not been corrected or reasonable progress
toward correction has not been achieved.

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