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House Concurrent Resolution 109

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  1  1           HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. ___
  1  2                       BY  BRADLEY 
  1  3 A Concurrent Resolution establishing a committee
  1  4    to study and make recommendations concerning
  1  5    the management of solid waste and recycling.
  1  6    WHEREAS, it is the intent of the General Assembly
  1  7 to encourage and facilitate solid waste reduction and
  1  8 recycling efforts in the state; and
  1  9    WHEREAS, it is the intent of the General Assembly
  1 10 to consider incentives for increasing solid waste
  1 11 reduction and recycling, market development for
  1 12 recycling, educating the public on solid waste
  1 13 reduction and recycling issues, technical assistance
  1 14 for pollution prevention and recycling, and
  1 15 alternative funding sources for existing programs
  1 16 related to solid waste reduction and recycling; NOW
  1 17 THEREFORE,
  1 18    BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THE
  1 19 SENATE CONCURRING, That a special committee shall be
  1 20 established to study and make recommendations
  1 21 regarding the management of solid waste and recycling;
  1 22 and
  1 23    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the special committee
  1 24 shall consist of members with diverse and specialized
  1 25 expertise in waste management and recycling issues to
  1 26 be considered by the special committee, including four
  1 27 members of the General Assembly, with not more than
  1 28 one member from each chamber being from the same
  1 29 political party.  The two senators shall be designated
  1 30 by the majority leader of the Senate after
  2  1 consultation with the minority leader of the Senate.
  2  2 The two representatives shall be designated by the
  2  3 Speaker of the House of Representatives after
  2  4 consultation with the majority and minority leaders of
  2  5 the House of Representatives.
  2  6    The director of the Department of Natural Resources
  2  7 is requested to appoint five members with not more
  2  8 than two members who are current employees of the
  2  9 department; and
  2 10    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the cochairpersons of
  2 11 the special committee shall be the General Assembly
  2 12 members of the majority party from each chamber; and
  2 13    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the special committee
  2 14 shall examine, study, and make recommendations to the
  2 15 General Assembly regarding all of the following and
  2 16 any related issues:
  2 17    1.  Any current or possible incentives for
  2 18 increasing solid waste reduction and recycling in the
  2 19 state.
  2 20    2.  Market development for recycling.
  2 21    3.  Educating the public on solid waste reduction
  2 22 and recycling issues.
  2 23    4.  Technical assistance for pollution prevention
  2 24 and recycling.
  2 25    5.  Alternative funding sources for existing
  2 26 programs related to solid waste reduction and
  2 27 recycling; and
  2 28    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the special committee
  2 29 shall submit a report to the General Assembly no later
  2 30 than December 1, 1999, which shall include, but not be
  3  1 limited to, findings, analysis, and recommendations by
  3  2 the special committee.  
  3  3 LSB 4022HH 77
  3  4 tm/cf/24
     

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