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22 CA ADC § 66274.4BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 22. Social Security
Division 4.5. Environmental Health Standards for the Management of Hazardous Waste
Chapter 24. Mercury Thermostat Collection and Performance Requirements
22 CCR § 66274.4
§ 66274.4. Methodology for Determining the Number of Out-of-Service Mercury-Added Thermostats Becoming Waste Annually.
(a)(1) The number of out-of-service mercury-added thermostats becoming waste in a calendar year (TT) shall be determined as follows. For a given calendar year, the number of out-of-service mercury-added thermostats becoming waste shall be the annual flow specified in the “Low Estimate” column of Table 1.5 of the SERA report for that year (beginning with “year 4” for 2013). The table below specifies the number of out-of-service mercury-added thermostats becoming waste each year (TT),
A
B
Year
Low
Estimate
from table
1.5 of the
SERA
report
2013
217,000
2014
212,000
2015
207,000
2016
202,000
2017
197,000
2018
193,000
2019
187,000
2020
181,000
2021
174,000
2022
168,000
(2) If the effective date of this section is July 1, 2013, the pro rata portion of TT for 2013 shall be 50 percent of 217,000, or 108,500 out-of-service mercury-added thermostats, and the collection rate performance requirement, TP, shall be 30 percent of this value, representing 32,550 out-of-service mercury-added thermostats.
(b) Any person may submit to the department additional data on the number of mercury-added thermostats estimated to remain in use in California and the number of these thermostats that will become waste in each year. At least six months prior to making such a submittal, the person may provide the department with a proposed plan or methodology for obtaining the additional data; at its discretion, the department may provide feedback to the person on this proposed plan or methodology. Any submittal made pursuant to this subsection shall include all raw data, formulas, assumptions, models and calculations used, sufficient to allow the department to replicate the calculations.
(c) The department shall consider any data submitted pursuant to subsection (b) of this section and may adjust the estimated number of thermostats becoming waste annually (TT) specified in this section if the department determines that the data supports such an adjustment.
Note: Authority: Sections 25150, 25214.8.17 and 58012, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 25214.8.17 and 25214.8.18, Health and Safety Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 5-15-2013; operative 7-1-2013 (Register 2013, No. 20).
This database is current through 7/24/20 Register 2020, No. 30
22 CCR § 66274.4, 22 CA ADC § 66274.4
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