Bill Summary for H 533 (2021-2022)
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AN ACT TO RESTORE ASSISTANCE TO COUNTIES WITH THE CLEANUP OF SCRAP TIRES.Intro. by Sauls, Penny.
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House committee substitute amends the 1st edition as follows.
Further amends GS 130A-309.09C, which provides that local governments that do not comply with the requirements of GS 130A-309.09A(b) (requiring making a good-faith effort to achieve the State's 40% municipal solid waste reduction goal and to comply with the State's comprehensive solid waste management plan), GS 130A-309.09A(d) (requiring annual reporting on the solid waste management programs and waste reduction activities within the unit of local government), and GS 130A-309.09B(a) (including specific requirements for a local government's solid waste reduction program) are not eligible for grants from the Scrap Tire Disposal Account or the White Goods Management Account or entitled to proceeds of the scrap tire disposal tax or white goods disposal tax. Updates statutory cross-references used to provide for each respective tax's permitted use of proceeds withheld pursuant to these provisions. Now allows for the scrap tire disposal tax withheld and credited to the General Fund to be used as provided in GS 130A-309.63 (was, GS 130A-309.64, since repealed), and for the white goods disposal tax withheld and credited to the General Fund to be used as provided in GS 130A-309.82 (was, GS 130A-309.83, since repealed).
Changes the effective date of the act, now providing that the act is effective October 1, 2022, and applies to quarterly crediting of the proceeds of the scrap tire disposal tax occurring on or after that date (was, effective July 1, 2021).