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  260.250.  Major appliances, waste oil, yard waste and batteries, disposal restricted — recycling of certain items, addressed in solid waste management plan. — 1.  After January 1, 1991, major appliances, waste oil and lead-acid batteries shall not be disposed of in a solid waste disposal area.  After January 1, 1992, yard waste shall not be disposed of in a solid waste disposal area, except as otherwise provided in this subsection.  After August 28, 2007, yard waste may be disposed of in a municipal solid waste disposal area or portion of a municipal solid waste disposal area provided that:

  (1)  The department has approved the municipal solid waste disposal area or portion of a solid waste disposal area to operate as a bioreactor under 40 CFR Part 258.4; and

  (2)  The landfill gas produced by the bioreactor shall be used for the generation of electricity.

  2.  After January 1, 1991, waste oil shall not be incinerated without energy recovery.

  3.  Each solid waste management district shall address the recycling, reuse and handling of aluminum containers, glass containers, newspapers, textiles, whole tires, plastic beverage containers and steel containers in its solid waste management plan consistent with sections 260.250 to 260.345.


(L. 1990 S.B. 530, A.L. 2007 S.B. 54, A.L. 2015 H.B. 92 merged with S.B. 445)

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