SB0641

2013 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Statewide Container Recycling Incentive Program

Sponsored by:

Senator Frosh

Status:

In the Senate - Hearing 3/05 at 1:00 p.m. (Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs)


Synopsis:Requiring a beverage distributor operating within the State to register with the Department of the Environment on or before April 1, 2014; requiring a redeemable beverage container sold in the State to bear specified information indicating a refund value of 5 cents beginning October 1, 2014; requiring the payment of specified deposits by specified distributors, retailers, and consumers under specified circumstances; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note
All Sponsors:Senators Frosh, Ferguson, Madaleno, Manno, Montgomery, Pinsky, and Raskin
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: HB1085
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2013
Bill imposes a local government mandate which is a directive in a bill requiring a local government unit to perform a task or assume a responsibility that has a discernible fiscal impact on the local government unit
Committee(s):
Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs  Listen to Committee Hearing
Finance
Broad Subject(s):Environment
Narrow Subject(s):Beverage Containers
Commerce and Business -see also- Dealers; Elec. Comm.; etc.
Comptroller
Counties -see also- Chartered Counties; Code Counties
Environment, Department of
Environmental Matters -see also- Conserv; Nat Resrce; Pollut
Fees -see also- Attys' Fees; Devt Fees & Taxes; Reimb Rates
Gaming -see also- Bingo; Lottery; Raffles
Hotels and Motels
Labeling
Licenses -see also- Alcoholic Bev Lic; Drivers' Licenses
Local Government Mandates
Maps and Charts
Prices -see also- Consumer Price Index
Public Information
Records -see also- Land Records; Vital Records
Recycling
Registration -see also- Motor Vehicle Registration
Restaurants
Revenue and Taxes -see also- Dev Fees &Taxes; specific tax
Rules and Regulations
Sales and Use Tax
Stadiums
Theaters
Vending Machines
Statutes:Article - Environment
(9-1733 through 9-1741)

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October 2, 2015 9:12 A.M.