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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47200-47203



47200.  (a) The board shall expend funds from the account, upon
appropriation by the Legislature, for the making of grants to cities,
counties, or other local agencies with responsibility for solid
waste management, and for local programs to help prevent the disposal
of hazardous wastes at disposal sites, including, but not limited
to, programs to expand or initially implement household hazardous
waste programs. In making grants pursuant to this section, the board
shall give priority to funding programs that provide for the
following:
   (1) New programs for rural areas, underserved areas, and for small
cities.
   (2) Expansion of existing programs to provide for the collection
of additional waste types, innovative or more cost-effective
collection methods, or expanded public education services.
   (3) Regional household hazardous waste programs.
   (b) (1) The total amount of grants made by the board pursuant to
this section shall not exceed, in any one fiscal year, three million
dollars ($3,000,000).
   (2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), the total amount of grants made
by the board pursuant to this section may exceed three million
dollars ($3,000,000) but shall not exceed six million dollars
($6,000,000), in any one fiscal year, if sufficient funds are
appropriated from the Integrated Waste Management Account for this
purpose.


47201.  The board shall adopt regulations for implementation of this
article, including, but not limited to, criteria for selecting grant
recipients.


47202.  All expenses incurred by the board in carrying out this
article shall be payable from the account. No liability or obligation
is imposed upon the state pursuant to this part, and the board shall
not incur any liability or obligation beyond the extent to which
money is provided in the account for the purposes of this article.




47203.  Upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board shall
allocate, from the account, an amount not to exceed sixty thousand
dollars ($60,000), to the Hazardous Waste Control Account, for
expenditure for the 1993-94 fiscal year, to the Department of Toxic
Substances Control, for the development and maintenance, jointly with
the board, of a data base of all household hazardous waste
collection events, facilities, and programs within the state. On and
after July 1, 1994, upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board
shall allocate an amount from the account of not more than sixteen
thousand three hundred dollars ($16,300) in each fiscal year for that
purpose.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47200-47203

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47200-47203



47200.  (a) The board shall expend funds from the account, upon
appropriation by the Legislature, for the making of grants to cities,
counties, or other local agencies with responsibility for solid
waste management, and for local programs to help prevent the disposal
of hazardous wastes at disposal sites, including, but not limited
to, programs to expand or initially implement household hazardous
waste programs. In making grants pursuant to this section, the board
shall give priority to funding programs that provide for the
following:
   (1) New programs for rural areas, underserved areas, and for small
cities.
   (2) Expansion of existing programs to provide for the collection
of additional waste types, innovative or more cost-effective
collection methods, or expanded public education services.
   (3) Regional household hazardous waste programs.
   (b) (1) The total amount of grants made by the board pursuant to
this section shall not exceed, in any one fiscal year, three million
dollars ($3,000,000).
   (2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), the total amount of grants made
by the board pursuant to this section may exceed three million
dollars ($3,000,000) but shall not exceed six million dollars
($6,000,000), in any one fiscal year, if sufficient funds are
appropriated from the Integrated Waste Management Account for this
purpose.


47201.  The board shall adopt regulations for implementation of this
article, including, but not limited to, criteria for selecting grant
recipients.


47202.  All expenses incurred by the board in carrying out this
article shall be payable from the account. No liability or obligation
is imposed upon the state pursuant to this part, and the board shall
not incur any liability or obligation beyond the extent to which
money is provided in the account for the purposes of this article.




47203.  Upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board shall
allocate, from the account, an amount not to exceed sixty thousand
dollars ($60,000), to the Hazardous Waste Control Account, for
expenditure for the 1993-94 fiscal year, to the Department of Toxic
Substances Control, for the development and maintenance, jointly with
the board, of a data base of all household hazardous waste
collection events, facilities, and programs within the state. On and
after July 1, 1994, upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board
shall allocate an amount from the account of not more than sixteen
thousand three hundred dollars ($16,300) in each fiscal year for that
purpose.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 47200-47203

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 47200-47203



47200.  (a) The board shall expend funds from the account, upon
appropriation by the Legislature, for the making of grants to cities,
counties, or other local agencies with responsibility for solid
waste management, and for local programs to help prevent the disposal
of hazardous wastes at disposal sites, including, but not limited
to, programs to expand or initially implement household hazardous
waste programs. In making grants pursuant to this section, the board
shall give priority to funding programs that provide for the
following:
   (1) New programs for rural areas, underserved areas, and for small
cities.
   (2) Expansion of existing programs to provide for the collection
of additional waste types, innovative or more cost-effective
collection methods, or expanded public education services.
   (3) Regional household hazardous waste programs.
   (b) (1) The total amount of grants made by the board pursuant to
this section shall not exceed, in any one fiscal year, three million
dollars ($3,000,000).
   (2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), the total amount of grants made
by the board pursuant to this section may exceed three million
dollars ($3,000,000) but shall not exceed six million dollars
($6,000,000), in any one fiscal year, if sufficient funds are
appropriated from the Integrated Waste Management Account for this
purpose.


47201.  The board shall adopt regulations for implementation of this
article, including, but not limited to, criteria for selecting grant
recipients.


47202.  All expenses incurred by the board in carrying out this
article shall be payable from the account. No liability or obligation
is imposed upon the state pursuant to this part, and the board shall
not incur any liability or obligation beyond the extent to which
money is provided in the account for the purposes of this article.




47203.  Upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board shall
allocate, from the account, an amount not to exceed sixty thousand
dollars ($60,000), to the Hazardous Waste Control Account, for
expenditure for the 1993-94 fiscal year, to the Department of Toxic
Substances Control, for the development and maintenance, jointly with
the board, of a data base of all household hazardous waste
collection events, facilities, and programs within the state. On and
after July 1, 1994, upon appropriation by the Legislature, the board
shall allocate an amount from the account of not more than sixteen
thousand three hundred dollars ($16,300) in each fiscal year for that
purpose.

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