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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47100-47109



47100.  After a countywide integrated waste management plan has been
revised pursuant to Section 41770, and the revision has been
approved pursuant to Sections 41760 and 41800, the county shall
implement that portion of the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program identified in the plan which serves
the population of the unincorporated area of the county, and the
cities or other appropriate local agencies within the county shall
implement, for their respective jurisdictions, that portion of the
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal program
identified in the plan which serves the population of the
incorporated area of the county.



47101.  Section 47100 does not prohibit a city or county from
jointly implementing the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program, or another local agency from
implementing the program in the county pursuant to the mutual
agreement of the local agencies involved in implementing the program.



47102.  The board shall designate a household hazardous waste
coordinator to advise and assist local governments and other agencies
which offer programs for household hazardous waste management.



47103.  The board shall provide technical assistance to local
governments and other agencies which establish household hazardous
waste management programs.


47104.  The board shall prepare, in consultation with the Department
of Toxic Substances Control, guidelines and a state policy to guide
the efforts of local agencies to provide household hazardous waste
collection, recycling, and disposal programs pursuant to this
article. The guidelines required by this section shall allow adequate
flexibility to local agencies in meeting their individual needs, to
the extent that the local agency's program does not conflict with the
state policy prepared pursuant to this subdivision.



47105.  The guidelines required by this article shall include all
the following elements:
   (a) Development of a model operation plan for community household
hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal programs required
to be identified pursuant to this article. The model operation plan
shall include a description of proper procedures for hazardous waste
handling, storage, transportation, and personnel training.
   (b) The establishment of guidelines on the generic types of
household hazardous substances which should be disposed of as
hazardous waste, and guidelines on the safe management of hazardous
wastes generated by households which may be excluded from household
hazardous waste collection programs but which may require some
special handling.



47106.  In establishing guidelines on which products should be
disposed of as hazardous waste, the board shall consider such factors
as toxicity, concentration of toxic ingredients in a product, and
other appropriate factors. The board shall also consider the
appropriateness of excluding from any listing of household hazardous
wastes specific categories of household products, such as products
intended for human consumption, personal hygiene products, and other
categories of household products intended for general consumer use.



47107.  The guidelines and operation plan prepared pursuant to
subdivision (a) shall, upon request, be made available to local
agencies and the public. The board shall advise county health offices
of the availability of these materials and of the informational
materials developed pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section
47051).



47108.  In developing the guidelines required by this article, the
board shall, to the extent feasible, consult existing sources of
information, including household hazardous waste collection programs
which have been operated in the state and in other states, and
industry and academia.



47109.  Any city or county may, upon a vote of the governing body of
the city or county, authorize an increase in solid waste collection
fees to offset the cost to the city or county of establishing,
publicizing, and maintaining a household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program implemented pursuant to this article.
Any increase in garbage collection fees authorized by this section
shall be set at a level to bring in revenues not higher than is
necessary to fund the reasonable cost of the household hazardous
waste collection, recycling, and disposal program. Where an
appropriately licensed private entity is utilized by a city or
county, under a permit or existing franchise, to undertake a
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
program, the costs of handling, hauling, and disposing of household
hazardous wastes shall be paid through fees or rates charged for
service.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47100-47109

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47100-47109



47100.  After a countywide integrated waste management plan has been
revised pursuant to Section 41770, and the revision has been
approved pursuant to Sections 41760 and 41800, the county shall
implement that portion of the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program identified in the plan which serves
the population of the unincorporated area of the county, and the
cities or other appropriate local agencies within the county shall
implement, for their respective jurisdictions, that portion of the
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal program
identified in the plan which serves the population of the
incorporated area of the county.



47101.  Section 47100 does not prohibit a city or county from
jointly implementing the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program, or another local agency from
implementing the program in the county pursuant to the mutual
agreement of the local agencies involved in implementing the program.



47102.  The board shall designate a household hazardous waste
coordinator to advise and assist local governments and other agencies
which offer programs for household hazardous waste management.



47103.  The board shall provide technical assistance to local
governments and other agencies which establish household hazardous
waste management programs.


47104.  The board shall prepare, in consultation with the Department
of Toxic Substances Control, guidelines and a state policy to guide
the efforts of local agencies to provide household hazardous waste
collection, recycling, and disposal programs pursuant to this
article. The guidelines required by this section shall allow adequate
flexibility to local agencies in meeting their individual needs, to
the extent that the local agency's program does not conflict with the
state policy prepared pursuant to this subdivision.



47105.  The guidelines required by this article shall include all
the following elements:
   (a) Development of a model operation plan for community household
hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal programs required
to be identified pursuant to this article. The model operation plan
shall include a description of proper procedures for hazardous waste
handling, storage, transportation, and personnel training.
   (b) The establishment of guidelines on the generic types of
household hazardous substances which should be disposed of as
hazardous waste, and guidelines on the safe management of hazardous
wastes generated by households which may be excluded from household
hazardous waste collection programs but which may require some
special handling.



47106.  In establishing guidelines on which products should be
disposed of as hazardous waste, the board shall consider such factors
as toxicity, concentration of toxic ingredients in a product, and
other appropriate factors. The board shall also consider the
appropriateness of excluding from any listing of household hazardous
wastes specific categories of household products, such as products
intended for human consumption, personal hygiene products, and other
categories of household products intended for general consumer use.



47107.  The guidelines and operation plan prepared pursuant to
subdivision (a) shall, upon request, be made available to local
agencies and the public. The board shall advise county health offices
of the availability of these materials and of the informational
materials developed pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section
47051).



47108.  In developing the guidelines required by this article, the
board shall, to the extent feasible, consult existing sources of
information, including household hazardous waste collection programs
which have been operated in the state and in other states, and
industry and academia.



47109.  Any city or county may, upon a vote of the governing body of
the city or county, authorize an increase in solid waste collection
fees to offset the cost to the city or county of establishing,
publicizing, and maintaining a household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program implemented pursuant to this article.
Any increase in garbage collection fees authorized by this section
shall be set at a level to bring in revenues not higher than is
necessary to fund the reasonable cost of the household hazardous
waste collection, recycling, and disposal program. Where an
appropriately licensed private entity is utilized by a city or
county, under a permit or existing franchise, to undertake a
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
program, the costs of handling, hauling, and disposing of household
hazardous wastes shall be paid through fees or rates charged for
service.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47100-47109

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47100-47109



47100.  After a countywide integrated waste management plan has been
revised pursuant to Section 41770, and the revision has been
approved pursuant to Sections 41760 and 41800, the county shall
implement that portion of the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program identified in the plan which serves
the population of the unincorporated area of the county, and the
cities or other appropriate local agencies within the county shall
implement, for their respective jurisdictions, that portion of the
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal program
identified in the plan which serves the population of the
incorporated area of the county.



47101.  Section 47100 does not prohibit a city or county from
jointly implementing the household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program, or another local agency from
implementing the program in the county pursuant to the mutual
agreement of the local agencies involved in implementing the program.



47102.  The board shall designate a household hazardous waste
coordinator to advise and assist local governments and other agencies
which offer programs for household hazardous waste management.



47103.  The board shall provide technical assistance to local
governments and other agencies which establish household hazardous
waste management programs.


47104.  The board shall prepare, in consultation with the Department
of Toxic Substances Control, guidelines and a state policy to guide
the efforts of local agencies to provide household hazardous waste
collection, recycling, and disposal programs pursuant to this
article. The guidelines required by this section shall allow adequate
flexibility to local agencies in meeting their individual needs, to
the extent that the local agency's program does not conflict with the
state policy prepared pursuant to this subdivision.



47105.  The guidelines required by this article shall include all
the following elements:
   (a) Development of a model operation plan for community household
hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal programs required
to be identified pursuant to this article. The model operation plan
shall include a description of proper procedures for hazardous waste
handling, storage, transportation, and personnel training.
   (b) The establishment of guidelines on the generic types of
household hazardous substances which should be disposed of as
hazardous waste, and guidelines on the safe management of hazardous
wastes generated by households which may be excluded from household
hazardous waste collection programs but which may require some
special handling.



47106.  In establishing guidelines on which products should be
disposed of as hazardous waste, the board shall consider such factors
as toxicity, concentration of toxic ingredients in a product, and
other appropriate factors. The board shall also consider the
appropriateness of excluding from any listing of household hazardous
wastes specific categories of household products, such as products
intended for human consumption, personal hygiene products, and other
categories of household products intended for general consumer use.



47107.  The guidelines and operation plan prepared pursuant to
subdivision (a) shall, upon request, be made available to local
agencies and the public. The board shall advise county health offices
of the availability of these materials and of the informational
materials developed pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section
47051).



47108.  In developing the guidelines required by this article, the
board shall, to the extent feasible, consult existing sources of
information, including household hazardous waste collection programs
which have been operated in the state and in other states, and
industry and academia.



47109.  Any city or county may, upon a vote of the governing body of
the city or county, authorize an increase in solid waste collection
fees to offset the cost to the city or county of establishing,
publicizing, and maintaining a household hazardous waste collection,
recycling, and disposal program implemented pursuant to this article.
Any increase in garbage collection fees authorized by this section
shall be set at a level to bring in revenues not higher than is
necessary to fund the reasonable cost of the household hazardous
waste collection, recycling, and disposal program. Where an
appropriately licensed private entity is utilized by a city or
county, under a permit or existing franchise, to undertake a
household hazardous waste collection, recycling, and disposal
program, the costs of handling, hauling, and disposing of household
hazardous wastes shall be paid through fees or rates charged for
service.

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