Section: Application of sections 118 through 124 to federal associations
1. a. The governing body of any county authorized pursuant to law to establish a development transfer bank, and which has funded that bank at least to the minimum extent required by law, may identify a buffer zone around any solid waste facility or sludge management facility located within the county, and the county development transfer bank, utilizing funds in that bank, may purchase or otherwise acquire the development potential of all or any part of the buffer zone, notwithstanding whether or not the municipality or municipalities within which the buffer zone is located has adopted a development transfer ordinance where authorized pursuant to law. The county development transfer bank may sell, exchange, or otherwise convey any such development potential purchased or otherwise acquired by the county development transfer bank, where authorized pursuant to law.
b. As used in this section:
"Development potential" means the same as that term is defined pursuant to section 3 of P.L.1989, c.86 (C.40:55D-115).
"Development transfer" means the same as that term is defined pursuant to section 3 of P.L.1989, c.86 (C.40:55D-115).
"Solid waste facility" means the same as that term is defined pursuant to section 3 of P.L.1970, c.39 (C.13:1E-3).
"Sludge" means the solid residue and associated liquid resulting from physical, chemical, or biological treatment of domestic or industrial wastewater.
"Sludge management facility" means any facility established for the purpose of managing, processing, or disposing of sludge.
"Wastewater" means residential, commercial, industrial, or agricultural liquid waste, sewage, or stormwater runoff, or any combination thereof, or other residue discharged to or collected by a sewerage system.
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