Section: Definitions relative to development, promotion of energy, environmental technology.
10. a. (1) Notwithstanding the disqualification of the applicant or permittee pursuant to subsection a., b., c., e. or f. of section 8 of P.L.1983, c.392 (C.13:1E-133), the department may issue or renew a license if the applicant or permittee severs the interest of or affiliation with the person who would otherwise cause that disqualification.
(2) The department may issue or renew a temporary license to any applicant or permittee for periods not to exceed six months if the department determines that the issuance or renewal of a temporary license is necessitated by the public interest.
b. After July 1, 1992 , the provisions of any other law to the contrary notwithstanding, no temporary license shall be approved, issued or renewed by the department for any applicant or permittee, as the case may be, to own or operate a resource recovery facility or other solid waste facility approved by the department for the long-term solid waste disposal requirements of a district or districts pursuant to the "Solid Waste Management Act," P.L.1970, c.39 (C.13:1E-1 et seq.) prior to the completion by the Attorney General and the department of the requirements of sections 3 and 8 of P.L.1983, c.392 (C.13:1E-128 and 13:1E-133); except that the department may issue a temporary license to an applicant or renew the temporary license of a permittee if the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection determines, in writing, that the issuance of a temporary license for that applicant or renewal of the temporary license for that permittee is necessitated by the public interest.
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