2005 California Public Resources Code Sections 48690-48691 Article 10. Local Used Oil Collection Program

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 48690-48691

48690.  A local government is eligible for a block grant pursuant to
paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 48653, if it develops
and submits a local used oil collection program to the board pursuant
to Section 48691 and files a report pursuant to Section 48674.  The
board shall make a grant to every local government that submits a
program and files a report unless the board finds that the program or
its implementation does not comply with criteria contained in this
article.  The board may make a block grant to another entity that
will implement the program of a local government in lieu of making a
block grant to that local government with the concurrence of that
local government.
48691.  (a) A local used oil collection program shall provide for
used lubricating oil collection by either of the following or a
combination of the two:
   (1) Ensuring that at least one certified used oil collection
center is available for every 100,000 residents not served by
curbside used oil collection, which accepts oil from the public at no
charge, at least 20 hours each week, on four days each week, of
which three hours each week are outside the weekday hours of 8 a.m.
through 5:30 p.m.
   (2) Providing used oil curbside collection at least once a month.
   (b) A local used oil collection program shall include a public
education program which shall inform the public of locally available
used oil recycling opportunities.
   (c) A local government may implement its used oil collection
program in conjunction with other similar programs in order to
improve used oil recycling efficiency.
   (d) (1) A local government that has implemented the used oil
collection and education elements of subdivisions (a) and (b) may
also include, in the local used oil collection program, provisions
for the mitigation and the collection of oil and oil byproducts,
including other solid waste that may be mixed with oil or oil
byproducts from storm water runoff, including devices to capture that
storm water runoff, such as the use of storm drain inlet filter
devices.
   (2) A local government shall not receive a block grant pursuant to
Section 48690 for the purposes identified pursuant to paragraph  (1)
unless the local government certifies that it has a storm water
management program that is approved by the appropriate California
regional water quality control board and that the provisions in the
local used oil collection program approved for funding under
paragraph (1) are consistent with that approved storm water
management program.


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