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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.
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
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.