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Authorized Treatment of Electronic Hazardous Wastes

DTSC Reference Number: R-2006-02
OAL Reference Number: 2008-0501-03 EE

OAL Approval Date: 05/08/08
Secretary of State Filing Date: 05/08/08
Effective Date: 05/08/08

 
Regulatory Background

The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) had requested the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) re-adopt three emergency regulation packages related to hazardous waste electronic devices without any substantive modifications or changes (OAL reference number 2006-0524-02 EE).  An explanation of the circumstances necessitating this re-adoption and the status of DTSC’s efforts thus far to formally adopt final, permanent regulations that will replace the emergency regulations is provided via the Re-Adoption Request link above.  For the previous re-adoption, DTSC had combined the text of three emergency regulation packages (OAL reference numbers: 04-0526-01E, 04-1216-03E, and 05-0401-21E) into one regulatory text document.  Please incorporate by reference the following Findings of Emergency for each of those regulation packages, which contain the following information:

  1. Statements/Findings of Emergencies;
  2. Authority and Reference Citations;
  3. Informative Digests;
  4. Fiscal Impact Statements; and
  5. Standard Form 399s (i.e., fiscal impact sections).