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In California, environmental health program activities are funded by a variety of fees including volume-based solid-waste fees; advance disposal fees for electronics, appliances, and tires; an assessment on gasoline sales that pays for underground storage tank cleanups; a surcharge on paint manufacturing that pays for childhood lead poisoning activities; and more.
Last year, North Carolina considered an Electronics bill that required an advance disposal fee.
The Sourcebook is organized around seven areas of greatest impact: * Facilities including environmental issues * Food Labeling and Standards including Proposition 65, organics, biotechnology, and weights and measures * Packaging including advance disposal fees, mandatory deposits and packaging bans and restrictions * Food Safety including food security, chemical residues, HACCP and irradiation * Food Taxes * School Lunch Program * Beverage Taxes and Licensing Comprehensive Reports Made Easy with NFPA Sourcebook's Online Format For the first time, this Fourth Edition of NFPA's Sourcebook of State Laws and Regulations for Food Processors has been prepared in an easily accessible online, or compliance portal format.
Witness Florida's Advance Disposal Fee (ADF), which took effect in October.
A similar procedure allows for removal of the advance disposal fee from plastic, glass and plastic-coated paper bottles, jars, cans and beverage containers.
PITTSBURGH, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida's Department of Environmental Regulations has determined that steel cans are being recycled at a rate exceeding 50 percent within the state and are, therefore, not subject to the Advance Disposal Fee (ADF) that will become effective July 1, 1993, in Florida.