IL SB1257 | 2015-2016 | 99th General Assembly


Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill
Status: Introduced on February 17 2015 - 25% progression, died in committee
Action: 2015-03-27 - Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
Pending: Senate Assignments Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


Amends the Environmental Protection Act. Provides that, in a specified provision of the Act, "municipal waste" and "fuel derived from municipal waste" do not include non-hazardous secondary material that is excluded from solid waste when used legitimately as a fuel or ingredient in a combustion unit in accordance with the standards and criteria set forth in specified federal regulations. Provides that the determination of whether a material is a solid waste pursuant to the standards and criteria of federal regulations shall be obtained from the United States Environmental Protection Agency or from the Pollution Control Board.

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2015-03-27SenateRule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
2015-03-05SenateAdded as Chief Co-Sponsor Sen. Karen McConnaughay
2015-03-05SenatePostponed - Environment and Conservation
2015-02-25SenateAssigned to Environment and Conservation
2015-02-17SenateReferred to Assignments
2015-02-17SenateFirst Reading
2015-02-17SenateFiled with Secretary by Sen. Linda Holmes

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ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
415522.16bAmended CodeCitation Text
41559.4Amended CodeCitation Text

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