6 CRR-NY 369-4.4NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER IV. QUALITY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. SOLID WASTES
PART 369. STATE ASSISTANCE PROJECTS
SUBPART 369-4. MUNICIPAL HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL PROJECTS
6 CRR-NY 369-4.4
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369-4.4 Ineligible costs.
(a) The following costs are considered ineligible:
(1) costs incurred to conduct a household hazardous waste collection program if it is not fully implemented in accordance with the requirements of Subpart 362-4 of this Title;
(2) costs incurred in preparing and submitting an application for State assistance under this section;
(3) costs that were incurred outside of the fiscal year for which the application was submitted to the department;
(4) costs defrayed by Federal or other outside funding;
(5) costs related to or for municipal staff and or volunteers;
(6) indirect, overhead or in-kind costs;
(7) costs incurred in securing required permits from the department or any other permitting authority;
(8) program and facility operating costs, including, but not limited to, purchase of office supplies and equipment, equipment service, office maintenance, internet service, telephone, utilities, health and safety equipment and training, mileage costs, travel expenses, and fuel, or other costs as determined by the department;
(9) costs incurred for the collection and disposal of materials that have an established program for statewide take-back, product stewardship or return including, but not limited to used oil, vehicle lead acid batteries, wireless telephones, electronic waste, rechargeable batteries and any other similar materials as determined by the department;
(10) costs incurred from the collection, handling, and disposal of types of waste that, except under extraordinary circumstances would not meet the definition of household hazardous waste, including, but not limited to, explosives, ammunition, emergency flares, empty containers, empty aerosol cans, alkaline batteries, rechargeable batteries, electronic waste, asbestos, bulk metal, white goods, construction and demolition debris, latex paint, empty paint cans, empty propane tanks, empty refrigerant cans, radioactive material, pharmaceutical waste, household medical waste, regulated medical waste, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, tires, used oil and any miscellaneous materials and packaging received;
(11) costs of a household hazardous waste collection event or collection events required by the department as part of an enforcement settlement (e.g., environmental benefit project, compliance order, or consent order); and
(12) unnecessary or unreasonable costs as determined by the department.
6 CRR-NY 369-4.4
Current through March 15, 2021
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