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1 DE Admin. Code 503
Pursuant to 7 Del.C. §§6403 and 6406 and other pertinent provisions of 7 Del.C. Ch. 64; the Delaware Solid Waste Authority (“DSWA”) is proposing to remove from the Delaware Administrative Code the provisions relating to the Differential Disposal Fee Program (the “Differential Disposal Fee Program”).
Notice of Hearing: A public hearing will be held July 2, 2013 at 6:00 p.m., in the DSWA board room located in the main administrative offices of the DSWA at 1128 South Bradford St., Dover, DE 19903. The hearing is to provide an opportunity for public comment on the proposed action.
Written Comments: The DSWA will receive written comments, suggestions briefs or other written material until the close of business, July 1, 2013. Written comments, suggestions, compilations of data or other written material shall be submitted to Michael D. Parkowski, Manager of Business Services and Government Relations, Delaware Solid Waste Authority, 1128 South Bradford Street, PO Box 455, Dover, Delaware 19903. Anyone wishing to obtain a copy of the proposed action may obtain a copy from the Delaware Solid Waste Authority, 1128 South Bradford Street, PO Box 455, Dover, Delaware 19903, (302) 739-5361.
Summary of Proposed Changes: The action proposed is to remove from the Delaware Administrative Code obsolete provisions relating to the Differential Disposal Fee Program.
Background and Purpose: On July 1, 2001, the DSWA adopted the Differential Disposal Fee Program which was effective through June 30, 2005. The Differential Disposal Fee Program as set forth in Section 503 is no longer effective and has not been so for many years. It is being removed from the Delaware Administrative Code as a housekeeping matter.
Section 6403 (7 Del.C. §6403)
1.0 Except as provided in Paragraph 2.0 below, the rate for disposal of solid waste and dry waste shall be $58.50 per ton.
2.0 For those entering into a contract with the Authority to bring all of their solid waste or dry waste which has been collected in the State of Delaware to Authority facilities in accordance with the terms of the contract, the rebates and rates set forth shall be made available by the Authority subject to the following:
3.0 Those persons not under contract with the Authority shall be entitled to use the Authority facilities for disposal of solid waste and dry waste collected in the State of Delaware, subject to payment of such rate or rates established by the Authority, and subject to compliance with the regulations and requirements of the Authority and other applicable laws and regulations.
4.0 The contracts utilized to effectuate this Program shall be uniform and shall contain such other terms and conditions deemed desirable and acceptable to the Authority. Municipalities, political subdivisions and governmental instrumentalities and entities which are required to deliver to Authority facilities all their solid waste and dry waste collected in the State of Delaware shall be entitled to the full benefits of this Program. The contracts shall inure to the benefit of and be binding on the persons, including their successors, assigns, parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, partners, joint venturers, divisions, and all other entities existing or newly formed, controlled directly or indirectly by such persons, through change in ownership or status by transfer of assets or otherwise, and which engage in the collection and/ or transportation of solid waste and dry waste generated in the State of Delaware.
5.0 The Program established by Paragraph 2.0, above, shall be available to all persons having active accounts with the Authority effective July 1, 2001. For new accounts with the Authority opened after July 1, 2001, persons establishing such accounts shall be entitled to enter contracts with the Authority provided:
6.0 For purposes of this Program the term "person" is defined to mean any individual, partnership, corporation, association, institution, cooperative enterprise, municipality, commission, political subdivision or other duly established legal entity. The term "person" shall also include successors, assigns, parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, partners, joint venturers, divisions, and all other entities existing or newly formed, controlled directly or indirectly by the person, through change in ownership or status by transfer of assets or otherwise.
7.0 For purposes of this Program the term "dry waste" shall have the meaning as defined in the REGULATIONS OF THE DELAWARE SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY. For purposes of this Program the term "solid waste" shall have the meaning as defined in the REGULATIONS OF THE DELAWARE SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY but shall not include dry waste, or special or industrial process solid waste.
8.0 This Program shall become effective on July 1, 2001 and continue until June 30, 2005. For those persons who have (i) prior to the adoption of this Program entered Differential Disposal Fee contracts with the Authority and (ii) who do not enter the Differential Disposal Fee contract under this Program, the provisions of prior Program and prior Differential Disposal Fee contract shall continue in full force and effect.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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