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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter IPart 256


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER I—SOLID WASTES

PART 256—GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANS

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Subpart A—PURPOSE, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, DEFINITIONS

§256.01
Purpose and scope of the guidelines.
§256.02
Scope of the State solid waste management plan.
§256.03
State plan submission, adoption, and revision.
§256.04
State plan approval, financial assistance.
§256.05
Annual work program.
§256.06
Definitions.
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Subpart B—IDENTIFICATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES; DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDING

§256.10
Requirements.
§256.11
Recommendations.
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Subpart C—SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL PROGRAMS

§256.20
Requirements for State legal authority.
§256.21
Requirements for State regulatory powers.
§256.22
Recommendations for State regulatory powers.
§256.23
Requirements for closing or upgrading open dumps.
§256.24
Recommendations for closing or upgrading open dumps.
§256.25
Recommendation for inactive facilities.
§256.26
Requirement for schedules leading to compliance with the prohibition of open dumping.
§256.27
Recommendation for schedules leading to compliance with the prohibition of open dumping.
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Subpart D—RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RESOURCE RECOVERY PROGRAMS

§256.30
Requirements.
§256.31
Recommendations for developing and implementing resource conservation and recovery programs.
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Subpart E—FACILITY PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

§256.40
Requirements.
§256.41
Recommendations for assessing the need for facilities.
§256.42
Recommendations for assuring facility development.
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Subpart F—COORDINATION WITH OTHER PROGRAMS

§256.50
Requirements.
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Subpart G—PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

§256.60
Requirements for public participation in State and substate plans.
§256.61
Requirements for public participation in the annual State work program.
§256.62
Requirements for public participation in State regulatory development.
§256.63
Requirements for public participation in the permitting of facilities.
§256.64
Requirements for public participation in the open dump inventory.
§256.65
Recommendations for public participation.


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