Bill Summary for H 512 (2011-2012)
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TO AMEND THE LAWS GOVERNING RENDERING PLANTS AND OPERATIONS AND TO BRING THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF WASTE KITCHEN GREASE WITHIN THE PURVIEW OF THE ACT.Intro. by Torbett.
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Conference report recommends the following changes to 4th edition to reconcile matters in controversy.
Amends proposed GS 106-168.14A, which subjects collectors of waste kitchen grease to certain provisions, to delete all provisions in previous edition (related to licensure and violations), and instead requires any collector of waste kitchen grease, as defined, to provide the purchaser with a statement of ownership. Amends proposed GS 14-79.2 (unlawful acts and penalties) to add two unlawful activities; retains penalty provisions. Specifies that a container of grease with a name on the container is presumed to be owned by the named person. Retains modifications to GS 106-168.5 (clarifying inspection committee), with a conforming change, and to GS 106-168.8, which requires proof of liability insurance of $1 million. Deletes all other amendments to provisions in Article 14A (Licensing and Regulation of Rendering Plants and Operations) of GS Chapter 106. Deletes the defined term farmer and the changes made to the definition for collector in GS 106-168.1. Makes conforming changes to the bill title. Changes the act’s effective date to January 1, 2013 (was, January 1, 2012).