Section: Sale of motor oil; rules, regulations.
43. a. On or after July 1, 1987, no person shall sell, or offer for sale, at retail or at wholesale for direct retail sale in this State any motor oil in containers for use off the premises unless:
(1) Every container of lubricating or other oil is clearly marked or labeled as containing a recyclable material which shall be disposed of after use only at a used oil collection center; and
(2) The motor oil retailer shall conspicuously post and maintain, at or near the point of sale, a durable and legible sign, not less than 11 inches by 15 inches in size, informing the public of the importance of the proper collection and disposal of used oil, and how and where used oil may be properly disposed. For the purposes of this section, "motor oil retailer" means any person who sells to consumers more than 500 gallons of lubricating or other oil annually in containers for use off the premises where sold.
b. The Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection shall adopt, pursuant to the provisions of the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.) any rules and regulations necessary to implement the provisions of this section.
L.1987,c.102,s.43; amended 1995,c.353,s.1.
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