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Section: Effect of disposition

Statute: 13:1D-48

14. a. Within 18 months of adoption of the rules and regulations required pursuant to section 6 of this act, the department shall designate no fewer than 10 but not more than 15 individual priority industrial facilities to each receive a facility-wide permit on the basis of criteria adopted by the department. These criteria shall include, but need not be limited to: (1) The potential for a priority industrial facility to serve as a State-wide model for multimedia pollution prevention programs; (2) The potential for a priority industrial facility that does not meet industry-wide pollution prevention goals to meet these goals through a facility-wide permit; and (3) The potential for a priority industrial facility that has not met the pollution prevention goals set forth in its pollution prevention plan to meet these goals through a facility-wide permit. At the time of the designation of priority industrial facilities pursuant to this subsection, the department shall prepare and submit to the Legislature a report summarizing the designation process and progress made to date in establishing a facility-wide permitting program. b. Within 30 months of the adoption of the rules and regulations required pursuant to section 6 of this act, the department shall issue facility-wide permits to the priority industrial facilities designated pursuant to subsection a. of this section. c. Within 36 months of the adoption of the rules and regulations required pursuant to section 6 of this act, the department shall prepare and submit to the Governor and the Legislature a report analyzing the facility-wide permit program, evaluating the successes or shortcomings of the facility-wide permit program, evaluating the ability of the department to conduct and expand the facility-wide permit program, and proposing, if warranted, a schedule to expand the applicability of the facility-wide permit program. The department shall not expand the facility-wide permitting program beyond the number of priority industrial facilities designated pursuant to subsection a. of this section without authorization by law. L.1991,c.235,s.14.

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