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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48670-48676



48670.  (a) To be eligible for payment of a recycling incentive, an
industrial generator of used lubricating oil, a used oil collection
center, or a curbside collection program shall report to the board,
for each quarter, based on the following reporting limitations and
requirements:
   (1) The amount of lubricating oil purchased and the amount of used
lubricating oil that is transported to a certified used oil
recycling facility, to a used oil storage facility, or to a used oil
transfer facility, or that is transported to an out-of-state
recycling facility registered pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section
48662 or certified pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of
Section 48662.
   (2) The amount of used lubricating oil collected from the public,
for use in determining the recycling incentive payment, that is
transported to a certified used oil recycling facility, to a used oil
storage facility, or to a used oil transfer facility, or that is
transported to an out-of-state recycling facility registered pursuant
to subdivision (b) of Section 48662 or certified pursuant to
paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of Section 48662.
   (b) The reports shall be submitted on or before the 45th day
following each quarter, in the form and manner that the board may
prescribe, and shall include copies of manifests or modified manifest
receipts from used oil haulers.
   (c) The board may delegate to its executive officer the authority
to accept reports submitted after the 45th day and to reduce,
eliminate, or approve the amount of incentive fee to be paid due to
the late submission of the report. The board may provide, by
regulation, for a longer reporting period for industrial generators
that generate less than 1,000 gallons of used oil annually.




48671.  Every oil manufacturer who sells, or offers to sell,
lubricating or industrial oil in this state shall report to the board
for each month the amount of lubricating or industrial oil sold. The
reports shall be submitted by the day when payment required by
Section 48650 is or would be due, in the form and manner which the
board may prescribe. However, an oil manufacturer is not required to
report to the board when the total volume of oil to be reported is
five gallons or less.



48671.5.  The manufacturer of every container that contains
lubricating oils or industrial oils, and which is intended for sale
to consumers in California, shall do either of the following:
   (a) Label the containers in at least seven-point typeface as
follows:
   "Used oil is generally classified as a hazardous waste in
California. Do not dispose of used oil in garbage, sewers, or the
ground. To find out how to properly recycle used oil in your area,
call (800) ____."
   The toll-free telephone number on the label shall be the number
maintained by the board pursuant to Section 48644.
   (b) Provide signs or other written material to retailers
appropriate for informing consumers of the information that would
otherwise be contained in the label set forth in paragraph (a).



48672.  Beginning May 1, 1992, every used oil hauler shall report to
the board for each quarter the amount of used oil transported, the
location to which it is transported, and the source of the used oil.
The hauler shall provide estimates, where feasible, of the amount
which is used lubricating oil and the amount which is used industrial
oil. The reports shall be submitted on or before the last day of the
month following each quarter, in the form and manner which the board
may prescribe.



48673.  (a) A used oil recycling facility issued a permit by the
department to produce recycled oil, as defined in Section 25250.1 of
the Health and Safety Code, and an out-of-state recycling facility
that is either registered with the board pursuant to subdivision (b)
of Section 48662 or certified by the board pursuant to paragraph (2)
of subdivision (c) of Section 48662, shall report to the board for
each quarter the amount of California used oil received and its
disposition, including the volume of any resultant product.
   (b) A facility subject to this section shall provide estimates,
where feasible, of the amount that is used lubricating oil and the
amount that is used industrial oil.
   (c) The reports required by this section shall be submitted on or
before the last day of the month following each quarter, in the form
and manner that the board may prescribe.


48674.  After receiving payments pursuant to paragraph (3) of
subdivision (a) of Section 48653, each local government shall submit
an annual report to the board, in the manner specified by the board,
that includes any revision to the local used oil collection program
adopted pursuant to Section 48690, a description of all measures
taken to implement the program, and a description of how payments
were expended.



48675.  The board shall establish procedures to protect any
proprietary information concerning sales, purchases, and operations
obtained while collecting information for carrying out this chapter.



48676.  The board shall make available on its Internet Web site an
annual report that includes the accumulated industrial and
lubricating oil sales and used oil recycling rates.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 48670-48676

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48670-48676



48670.  (a) To be eligible for payment of a recycling incentive, an
industrial generator of used lubricating oil, a used oil collection
center, or a curbside collection program shall report to the board,
for each quarter, based on the following reporting limitations and
requirements:
   (1) The amount of lubricating oil purchased and the amount of used
lubricating oil that is transported to a certified used oil
recycling facility, to a used oil storage facility, or to a used oil
transfer facility, or that is transported to an out-of-state
recycling facility registered pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section
48662 or certified pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of
Section 48662.
   (2) The amount of used lubricating oil collected from the public,
for use in determining the recycling incentive payment, that is
transported to a certified used oil recycling facility, to a used oil
storage facility, or to a used oil transfer facility, or that is
transported to an out-of-state recycling facility registered pursuant
to subdivision (b) of Section 48662 or certified pursuant to
paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of Section 48662.
   (b) The reports shall be submitted on or before the 45th day
following each quarter, in the form and manner that the board may
prescribe, and shall include copies of manifests or modified manifest
receipts from used oil haulers.
   (c) The board may delegate to its executive officer the authority
to accept reports submitted after the 45th day and to reduce,
eliminate, or approve the amount of incentive fee to be paid due to
the late submission of the report. The board may provide, by
regulation, for a longer reporting period for industrial generators
that generate less than 1,000 gallons of used oil annually.




48671.  Every oil manufacturer who sells, or offers to sell,
lubricating or industrial oil in this state shall report to the board
for each month the amount of lubricating or industrial oil sold. The
reports shall be submitted by the day when payment required by
Section 48650 is or would be due, in the form and manner which the
board may prescribe. However, an oil manufacturer is not required to
report to the board when the total volume of oil to be reported is
five gallons or less.



48671.5.  The manufacturer of every container that contains
lubricating oils or industrial oils, and which is intended for sale
to consumers in California, shall do either of the following:
   (a) Label the containers in at least seven-point typeface as
follows:
   "Used oil is generally classified as a hazardous waste in
California. Do not dispose of used oil in garbage, sewers, or the
ground. To find out how to properly recycle used oil in your area,
call (800) ____."
   The toll-free telephone number on the label shall be the number
maintained by the board pursuant to Section 48644.
   (b) Provide signs or other written material to retailers
appropriate for informing consumers of the information that would
otherwise be contained in the label set forth in paragraph (a).



48672.  Beginning May 1, 1992, every used oil hauler shall report to
the board for each quarter the amount of used oil transported, the
location to which it is transported, and the source of the used oil.
The hauler shall provide estimates, where feasible, of the amount
which is used lubricating oil and the amount which is used industrial
oil. The reports shall be submitted on or before the last day of the
month following each quarter, in the form and manner which the board
may prescribe.



48673.  (a) A used oil recycling facility issued a permit by the
department to produce recycled oil, as defined in Section 25250.1 of
the Health and Safety Code, and an out-of-state recycling facility
that is either registered with the board pursuant to subdivision (b)
of Section 48662 or certified by the board pursuant to paragraph (2)
of subdivision (c) of Section 48662, shall report to the board for
each quarter the amount of California used oil received and its
disposition, including the volume of any resultant product.
   (b) A facility subject to this section shall provide estimates,
where feasible, of the amount that is used lubricating oil and the
amount that is used industrial oil.
   (c) The reports required by this section shall be submitted on or
before the last day of the month following each quarter, in the form
and manner that the board may prescribe.


48674.  After receiving payments pursuant to paragraph (3) of
subdivision (a) of Section 48653, each local government shall submit
an annual report to the board, in the manner specified by the board,
that includes any revision to the local used oil collection program
adopted pursuant to Section 48690, a description of all measures
taken to implement the program, and a description of how payments
were expended.



48675.  The board shall establish procedures to protect any
proprietary information concerning sales, purchases, and operations
obtained while collecting information for carrying out this chapter.



48676.  The board shall make available on its Internet Web site an
annual report that includes the accumulated industrial and
lubricating oil sales and used oil recycling rates.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 48670-48676

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48670-48676



48670.  (a) To be eligible for payment of a recycling incentive, an
industrial generator of used lubricating oil, a used oil collection
center, or a curbside collection program shall report to the board,
for each quarter, based on the following reporting limitations and
requirements:
   (1) The amount of lubricating oil purchased and the amount of used
lubricating oil that is transported to a certified used oil
recycling facility, to a used oil storage facility, or to a used oil
transfer facility, or that is transported to an out-of-state
recycling facility registered pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section
48662 or certified pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of
Section 48662.
   (2) The amount of used lubricating oil collected from the public,
for use in determining the recycling incentive payment, that is
transported to a certified used oil recycling facility, to a used oil
storage facility, or to a used oil transfer facility, or that is
transported to an out-of-state recycling facility registered pursuant
to subdivision (b) of Section 48662 or certified pursuant to
paragraph (2) of subdivision (c) of Section 48662.
   (b) The reports shall be submitted on or before the 45th day
following each quarter, in the form and manner that the board may
prescribe, and shall include copies of manifests or modified manifest
receipts from used oil haulers.
   (c) The board may delegate to its executive officer the authority
to accept reports submitted after the 45th day and to reduce,
eliminate, or approve the amount of incentive fee to be paid due to
the late submission of the report. The board may provide, by
regulation, for a longer reporting period for industrial generators
that generate less than 1,000 gallons of used oil annually.




48671.  Every oil manufacturer who sells, or offers to sell,
lubricating or industrial oil in this state shall report to the board
for each month the amount of lubricating or industrial oil sold. The
reports shall be submitted by the day when payment required by
Section 48650 is or would be due, in the form and manner which the
board may prescribe. However, an oil manufacturer is not required to
report to the board when the total volume of oil to be reported is
five gallons or less.



48671.5.  The manufacturer of every container that contains
lubricating oils or industrial oils, and which is intended for sale
to consumers in California, shall do either of the following:
   (a) Label the containers in at least seven-point typeface as
follows:
   "Used oil is generally classified as a hazardous waste in
California. Do not dispose of used oil in garbage, sewers, or the
ground. To find out how to properly recycle used oil in your area,
call (800) ____."
   The toll-free telephone number on the label shall be the number
maintained by the board pursuant to Section 48644.
   (b) Provide signs or other written material to retailers
appropriate for informing consumers of the information that would
otherwise be contained in the label set forth in paragraph (a).



48672.  Beginning May 1, 1992, every used oil hauler shall report to
the board for each quarter the amount of used oil transported, the
location to which it is transported, and the source of the used oil.
The hauler shall provide estimates, where feasible, of the amount
which is used lubricating oil and the amount which is used industrial
oil. The reports shall be submitted on or before the last day of the
month following each quarter, in the form and manner which the board
may prescribe.



48673.  (a) A used oil recycling facility issued a permit by the
department to produce recycled oil, as defined in Section 25250.1 of
the Health and Safety Code, and an out-of-state recycling facility
that is either registered with the board pursuant to subdivision (b)
of Section 48662 or certified by the board pursuant to paragraph (2)
of subdivision (c) of Section 48662, shall report to the board for
each quarter the amount of California used oil received and its
disposition, including the volume of any resultant product.
   (b) A facility subject to this section shall provide estimates,
where feasible, of the amount that is used lubricating oil and the
amount that is used industrial oil.
   (c) The reports required by this section shall be submitted on or
before the last day of the month following each quarter, in the form
and manner that the board may prescribe.


48674.  After receiving payments pursuant to paragraph (3) of
subdivision (a) of Section 48653, each local government shall submit
an annual report to the board, in the manner specified by the board,
that includes any revision to the local used oil collection program
adopted pursuant to Section 48690, a description of all measures
taken to implement the program, and a description of how payments
were expended.



48675.  The board shall establish procedures to protect any
proprietary information concerning sales, purchases, and operations
obtained while collecting information for carrying out this chapter.



48676.  The board shall make available on its Internet Web site an
annual report that includes the accumulated industrial and
lubricating oil sales and used oil recycling rates.


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