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CHAPTER 6.5 HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTROL
Article 4. Listings
25141.1. Testing protocol of cementitious waste. (a) The California Environmental Protection Agency shall enter into a contract for a study to determine if the criteria specified in Section 66261.22 of Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, including existing testing protocols, should apply to cementitious wastes, including, but not limited to, portland cement and cement kiln dust. Until the study is completed, or until January 1, 1994, whichever occurs first, the department shall suspend the application of Section 66261.22 of Title 22 of the Code of Regulations with regard to determining corrosivity for these cementitious wastes.
(b) The Secretary for Environmental Protection shall appoint a technical advisory committee to assist in the selection of the contractor who is to conduct the study required by this section and to provide technical assistance during the study. The committee shall include a representative of all of the following, and the members appointed shall be technically qualified in the field of environmental science, chemistry, or biochemistry:
(1) The Secretary for Environmental Protection.
(2) The department.
(3) The State Water Resources Control Board.
(4) The California Integrated Waste Management Board.
(5) The state's cement industry.
(6) An environmental organization.
(c) It is the intent of the Legislature that the study required by this section shall be funded solely from funds provided from private industry, but the cost of the study shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000).
(d) The California Environmental Protection Agency shall only implement this section if private funds are made available in an amount sufficient to cover the total costs, including administrative expenses, of implementation.
(e) No state funds shall be used to implement this section.
(f) This section shall remain in effect only until January 1, 1994, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, which is enacted before January 1, 1994, deletes or extends that date.