Legislative findings; public purpose.
Limitations on definitions adopted by local ordinance.
Departmental analysis of particular recyclable materials.
Powers and duties of the department.
Compost standards and applications.
Application of act and integration with other acts.
Regulation of recovered materials.
Determination of full cost for solid waste management; local solid waste management fees.
State solid waste management program.
Local government solid waste responsibilities.
Solid waste collection services in competition with private companies.
Requirements for review of new waste-to-energy facility capacity by the Department of Environmental Protection.
Requirements relating to solid waste disposal facility permitting.
Use of private services in solid waste management.
Procurement of products or materials with recycled content.
Management of storm-generated debris.
Research, development, and demonstration permits.
Solid Waste Management Trust Fund; use of waste tire fees.
Solid waste management grant program.
Financial assurance for closure.
Ownership and control of solid waste and recovered materials.
Certification of resource recovery or recycling equipment.
Training of operators of solid waste management and other facilities.
Waste tire and lead-acid battery requirements.
Collection of lead-containing products.
Environmentally sound management of mercury-containing devices and lamps.
Batteries; requirements for consumer, manufacturers, and sellers; penalties.
Identification, listing, and notification.
Standards, requirements, and procedures for generators and transporters of hazardous waste and owners and operators of hazardous waste facilities.
Hazardous waste facilities managing hazardous wastes generated offsite; federal facilities managing hazardous waste.
Tax on gross receipts of commercial hazardous waste facilities.
Permits; hazardous waste disposal, storage, and treatment facilities.
Prohibition of hazardous waste landfills.
Waste elimination and reduction assistance program.
Local hazardous waste management assessments.
Technical assistance by the department.
Siting of hazardous waste facilities.
Small quantity generator notification and verification program.
Local government information to be sent to the department.
Expanded local hazardous waste management programs.
Abatement of imminent hazard caused by hazardous substance.
Amnesty days for purging small quantities of hazardous wastes.
Local hazardous waste collection program.
Violations; defenses, penalties, and remedies.
Qualifications of operation personnel of hazardous waste facilities.
Trade secrets; confidentiality.
Management of hazardous materials by governmental agencies.
Definitions relating to used oil.
Prohibited actions; used oil.
Public educational program about collection and recycling of used oil.
Registration of persons transporting, processing, burning, or marketing used oil; fees; reports and records.
Regulation of used oil as hazardous waste.
Coordination with other state agencies.
Disposition of fees, fines, and penalties.
Public used oil collection centers.
Grants to local governments.
Certification of used oil transporters.
Permits for used oil processing and rerefining facilities.
Rule of construction; chs. 85-269 and 85-277.