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Statutes > California > Prc > 47050-47052

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47050-47052



47050.  The board shall, in consultation with the Department of
Toxic Substances Control, develop and implement a public information
program to provide uniform and consistent information on the proper
disposal of hazardous substances found in and around homes. The
program may include information, consistent with product labeling, on
the proper use and storage of products which contain hazardous
substances and on safer substitutes for products which contain
hazardous substances.



47051.  The public information program shall be designed to provide
uniform responses to public inquiries about household hazardous
substances, and to assist the efforts of counties required to provide
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
programs pursuant to Sections 47100 and 47101, and local agencies
authorized to provide these programs.



47052.  The public information program shall include the development
of pamphlets or other written materials which could be used by local
agencies in conjunction with household hazardous waste collection or
other programs which these agencies may or are required to offer.
The written materials shall be prepared with the intent of promoting
consistency in how these local programs define and handle household
hazardous wastes.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47050-47052

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47050-47052



47050.  The board shall, in consultation with the Department of
Toxic Substances Control, develop and implement a public information
program to provide uniform and consistent information on the proper
disposal of hazardous substances found in and around homes. The
program may include information, consistent with product labeling, on
the proper use and storage of products which contain hazardous
substances and on safer substitutes for products which contain
hazardous substances.



47051.  The public information program shall be designed to provide
uniform responses to public inquiries about household hazardous
substances, and to assist the efforts of counties required to provide
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
programs pursuant to Sections 47100 and 47101, and local agencies
authorized to provide these programs.



47052.  The public information program shall include the development
of pamphlets or other written materials which could be used by local
agencies in conjunction with household hazardous waste collection or
other programs which these agencies may or are required to offer.
The written materials shall be prepared with the intent of promoting
consistency in how these local programs define and handle household
hazardous wastes.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47050-47052

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47050-47052



47050.  The board shall, in consultation with the Department of
Toxic Substances Control, develop and implement a public information
program to provide uniform and consistent information on the proper
disposal of hazardous substances found in and around homes. The
program may include information, consistent with product labeling, on
the proper use and storage of products which contain hazardous
substances and on safer substitutes for products which contain
hazardous substances.



47051.  The public information program shall be designed to provide
uniform responses to public inquiries about household hazardous
substances, and to assist the efforts of counties required to provide
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
programs pursuant to Sections 47100 and 47101, and local agencies
authorized to provide these programs.



47052.  The public information program shall include the development
of pamphlets or other written materials which could be used by local
agencies in conjunction with household hazardous waste collection or
other programs which these agencies may or are required to offer.
The written materials shall be prepared with the intent of promoting
consistency in how these local programs define and handle household
hazardous wastes.


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