Environmental excellence program agreements—Effect on chapter.
Standards for solid waste handling—Areas—Landfill location.
Inert waste landfills.
Implementation of standards—Assessment—Analyses—Proposals.
County comprehensive solid waste management plan—Joint plans—Requirements when updating—Duties of cities.
County and city comprehensive solid waste management plans—Contents.
County and city comprehensive solid waste management plans—Levels of service, reduction and recycling.
County and city comprehensive solid waste management plans—Review and approval process.
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County and city comprehensive solid waste management plans—Review by department of agriculture.
Utilities and transportation commission to review local plan's assessment of cost impacts on rates.
Technical assistance for plan preparation—Guidelines—Informational materials and programs.
Maintenance of plans—Review, revisions—Implementation of source separation programs.
Financial aid to counties and cities.
Contracts with counties to assure proper expenditures.
Local board of health regulations to implement the comprehensive plan—Section not to be construed to authorize counties to operate system.
Local health departments may contract with the department of ecology.
Solid waste disposal facility siting—Site review—Local solid waste advisory committees—Membership.
Private businesses involvement in source separated materials—Local solid waste advisory committee to examine.
Permit for solid waste handling facility—Required.
Permit for solid waste handling facility—Applications, fee.
Permit for solid waste disposal site or facilities—Review by department—Appeal of issuance—Validity of permits issued after June 7, 1984.
Permit for solid waste handling facility—Renewal—Appeal—Validity of renewal—Review fees.
Permit for solid waste disposal site or facilities—Suspension.
Exemption from solid waste permit requirements—Waste-derived soil amendments—Application—Revocation of exemption—Appeal.
Hearing—Appeal—Denial, suspension—When effective.
Solid waste collection companies—Notice of changes in tipping fees and disposal rate schedules.
Landfill disposal facilities—Reserve accounts required by July 1, 1987—Exception—Rules.
Waste generated outside the state—Findings.
Waste generated outside the state—Solid waste disposal site facility reporting requirements—Fees.
Financial aid to jurisdictional health departments—Applications—Allocations.
Financial aid to jurisdictional health departments—Matching funds requirements.
Diversion of recyclable material—Penalty.
Unlawful to dump or deposit solid waste without permit—Penalties—Litter cleanup restitution payment.
Name appearing on waste material—Presumption.
Disposal of sewage sludge or septic tank sludge prohibited—Exemptions—Uses of sludge material permitted.
Duties of department—State solid waste management plan—Assistance—Coordination—Tire recycling.
Additional powers and duties of department.
Department to cooperate with public and private departments, agencies, and associations.
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Department authorized to disburse referendum 26 (RCW 43.83.330
) fund for local government solid waste projects.
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Department authorized to disburse funds under RCW 43.83.350
for local government solid waste projects.
Hazardous substance remedial actions—Procedural requirements not applicable.
Determination of best solid waste management practices—Department to develop method to monitor waste stream—Collectors to report quantity and quality of waste—Confidentiality of proprietary information.
Solid waste stream analysis.
Solid waste stream evaluation.
Analysis and evaluation to be incorporated in state solid waste management plan.
Solid waste—Beneficial uses—Permitting requirement exemptions.
Solid waste handling permit—Exemption from requirements—Application of section—Rules.
Composting of bovine and equine carcasses—Guidelines—Exemption from solid waste handling rules.
Rules—Department "deferring" to other permits—Application of section.
Qualified anaerobic digesters exempt from permitting requirements of chapter—Definitions.
Transporters—Delivery of recyclable materials to transfer station or landfill prohibited—Records—Penalty.
Solid waste recyclers—Notice—Report—Penalty.
Financial assurance requirements.
Disposal of vehicle tires outside designated area prohibited—Penalty—Exemption.
Fee on the retail sale of new replacement vehicle tires.
Fee on the retail sale of new replacement vehicle tires—Failure to collect, pay to department—Penalties.
Waste tire removal account.
Waste tire removal account—Use—Information required to be posted to department's web site.
Waste tire removal account—Use of moneys—Transfer of any balance in excess of one million dollars to the motor vehicle account.
Disposition of fee.
Cooperation with department to aid tire recycling.
Waste tires—License for transport or storage business—Requirements.
Violation of RCW 70.95.555—
Waste tires—Contracts with unlicensed persons prohibited.
Limitations on liability.
Educational material promoting household waste reduction and recycling.
Battery disposal—Restrictions—Violators subject to fine—"Vehicle battery" defined.
Identification procedure for persons accepting used vehicle batteries.
Requirements for accepting used batteries by retailers of vehicle batteries—Notice.
Retail core charge.
Vehicle battery wholesalers—Obligations regarding used batteries—Noncompliance procedure.
Department to distribute printed notice—Issuance of warnings and citations—Fines.
Solid waste incineration or energy recovery facility—Environmental impact statement requirements.
Incineration of medical waste.
Sharps waste—Drop-off sites—Pharmacy return program.
Closure of energy recovery and incineration facilities—Recordkeeping requirements.
Paper conservation program—Paper recycling program.
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Develop and establish objectives and strategies for the reuse and recycling of construction aggregate and recycled concrete materials.
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Report to the legislature.
Composting food and yard wastes—Grants and study.
Authority and responsibility of utilities and transportation commission not changed.
Application of chapter—Collection and transportation of recyclable materials by recycling companies or nonprofit entities—Reuse or reclamation.
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Application of chapter—Steel slag.