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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48630-48632



48630.  On or before October 1, 1992, the board shall adopt a used
oil recycling program which promotes and develops alternatives to the
illegal disposal of used oil.



48631.  The used oil recycling program shall include, but is not
limited to, all of the following:
   (a) A recycling incentive system as described in Article 6
(commencing with Section 48650).
   (b) Public and private grants and contracts, including, but not
limited to, those between the board and local governments, nonprofit
entities, and private entities for the purposes specified in Section
48632.
   (c) Development and implementation of an information and education
program to promote safe and proper used oil collection and treatment
methods, methods to reduce used oil generation, and advances in new
and existing technologies, including, but not limited to, use of
rerefined oil in automotive and industrial lubricants.
   (d) A reporting, monitoring, and enforcement program to ensure
that all statutes and regulations relating to used oil are properly
carried out.



48632.  The Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery may,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 48631, issue grants to or
contract with local governments, nonprofit entities, and private
entities, for any of the following purposes:
   (a) Providing and maintaining collection and recycling
opportunities for used lubricating oil and filters that are in
addition to those included in the local used oil collection programs
adopted pursuant to Article 10 (commencing with Section 48690).
   (b) Research, testing, and demonstration projects for in-service
uses, collection technologies, and end-of-life used oil management.
   (c) Developing uses and markets for low environmental impact
products resulting from the recycling of used oil, including, but not
limited to, promoting the manufacture of rerefined lubricating oil.
   (d) Product advancements and developments in lubricating oil
resulting from, but not limited to, new requirements or technologies
in fuel efficiency and performance, synthetic or biobased lubricants,
alternative fuels, and methods to extend lubricating oil life.
   (e) Education and mitigation projects relating to stormwater
pollution from used oil and its impacts on receiving waters, soils,
and oceans.
   (f) A local government shall not receive a grant or contract
pursuant to this section for any purpose identified in subdivision
(e) unless the local government certifies that it has a stormwater
management program that is approved by the appropriate California
regional water quality control board and that the project approved
for funding under subdivision (e) is consistent with that approved
stormwater management program.
   (g) An information and education program pursuant to subdivision
(c) of Section 48631.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 48630-48632

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48630-48632



48630.  On or before October 1, 1992, the board shall adopt a used
oil recycling program which promotes and develops alternatives to the
illegal disposal of used oil.



48631.  The used oil recycling program shall include, but is not
limited to, all of the following:
   (a) A recycling incentive system as described in Article 6
(commencing with Section 48650).
   (b) Public and private grants and contracts, including, but not
limited to, those between the board and local governments, nonprofit
entities, and private entities for the purposes specified in Section
48632.
   (c) Development and implementation of an information and education
program to promote safe and proper used oil collection and treatment
methods, methods to reduce used oil generation, and advances in new
and existing technologies, including, but not limited to, use of
rerefined oil in automotive and industrial lubricants.
   (d) A reporting, monitoring, and enforcement program to ensure
that all statutes and regulations relating to used oil are properly
carried out.



48632.  The Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery may,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 48631, issue grants to or
contract with local governments, nonprofit entities, and private
entities, for any of the following purposes:
   (a) Providing and maintaining collection and recycling
opportunities for used lubricating oil and filters that are in
addition to those included in the local used oil collection programs
adopted pursuant to Article 10 (commencing with Section 48690).
   (b) Research, testing, and demonstration projects for in-service
uses, collection technologies, and end-of-life used oil management.
   (c) Developing uses and markets for low environmental impact
products resulting from the recycling of used oil, including, but not
limited to, promoting the manufacture of rerefined lubricating oil.
   (d) Product advancements and developments in lubricating oil
resulting from, but not limited to, new requirements or technologies
in fuel efficiency and performance, synthetic or biobased lubricants,
alternative fuels, and methods to extend lubricating oil life.
   (e) Education and mitigation projects relating to stormwater
pollution from used oil and its impacts on receiving waters, soils,
and oceans.
   (f) A local government shall not receive a grant or contract
pursuant to this section for any purpose identified in subdivision
(e) unless the local government certifies that it has a stormwater
management program that is approved by the appropriate California
regional water quality control board and that the project approved
for funding under subdivision (e) is consistent with that approved
stormwater management program.
   (g) An information and education program pursuant to subdivision
(c) of Section 48631.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 48630-48632

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48630-48632



48630.  On or before October 1, 1992, the board shall adopt a used
oil recycling program which promotes and develops alternatives to the
illegal disposal of used oil.



48631.  The used oil recycling program shall include, but is not
limited to, all of the following:
   (a) A recycling incentive system as described in Article 6
(commencing with Section 48650).
   (b) Public and private grants and contracts, including, but not
limited to, those between the board and local governments, nonprofit
entities, and private entities for the purposes specified in Section
48632.
   (c) Development and implementation of an information and education
program to promote safe and proper used oil collection and treatment
methods, methods to reduce used oil generation, and advances in new
and existing technologies, including, but not limited to, use of
rerefined oil in automotive and industrial lubricants.
   (d) A reporting, monitoring, and enforcement program to ensure
that all statutes and regulations relating to used oil are properly
carried out.



48632.  The Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery may,
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 48631, issue grants to or
contract with local governments, nonprofit entities, and private
entities, for any of the following purposes:
   (a) Providing and maintaining collection and recycling
opportunities for used lubricating oil and filters that are in
addition to those included in the local used oil collection programs
adopted pursuant to Article 10 (commencing with Section 48690).
   (b) Research, testing, and demonstration projects for in-service
uses, collection technologies, and end-of-life used oil management.
   (c) Developing uses and markets for low environmental impact
products resulting from the recycling of used oil, including, but not
limited to, promoting the manufacture of rerefined lubricating oil.
   (d) Product advancements and developments in lubricating oil
resulting from, but not limited to, new requirements or technologies
in fuel efficiency and performance, synthetic or biobased lubricants,
alternative fuels, and methods to extend lubricating oil life.
   (e) Education and mitigation projects relating to stormwater
pollution from used oil and its impacts on receiving waters, soils,
and oceans.
   (f) A local government shall not receive a grant or contract
pursuant to this section for any purpose identified in subdivision
(e) unless the local government certifies that it has a stormwater
management program that is approved by the appropriate California
regional water quality control board and that the project approved
for funding under subdivision (e) is consistent with that approved
stormwater management program.
   (g) An information and education program pursuant to subdivision
(c) of Section 48631.


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