How direct processors know if their registration is approved.
Step 1: Ecology review of direct processor registration forms.
(1) After receiving a registration form, ecology will review the form to determine if the form is complete and accurate.
(2) If the form is not complete and accurate, ecology will contact the direct processor to:
(a) Tell the direct processor what information is missing or inaccurate; and
(b) Request a revised form.
(3) The direct processor must submit the revised form within thirty days from the day ecology contacted the direct processor.
Step 2: Approval or denial of direct processor registration.
(a) Approval means that ecology has determined the form is complete and accurate.
(b) If ecology approves the direct processor's registration, ecology will:
(i) Place the direct processor's name on the "direct processor registration list"; and
(ii) Place the direct processor in "in compliance" status.
(c) The direct processor may process CEPs for a plan.
(a) Denial means that ecology has determined the form is not complete and accurate and the direct processor did not revise information as requested.
(b) If ecology denies a direct processor's registration, ecology will notify the direct processor of the denial and either:
(i) Remove the direct processor's name from the "direct processor registration list"; or
(ii) For renewals and updates, change the direct processor's status to "in violation" on the "direct processor registration list."
(iii) For initial direct processor registration, if ecology denies a registration, the direct processor may resubmit an initial registration form.
[Statutory Authority: Chapters 70.95N
, 70.105, and 70.105D
RCW. WSR 07-21-013 (Order 07-05), § 173-900-620, filed 10/5/07, effective 11/5/07. Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.95N
RCW. WSR 06-23-040 (Order 06-07), § 173-900-620, filed 11/7/06, effective 12/8/06.]