Maryland Code | Chapter Environment Article 9 Section 2301

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MDHB1547IntroRequiring a producer of synthetic turf and turf infill, on or before January 1, 2021, to individually or as part of a stewardship organization submit a synthetic turf and turf infill stewardship plan to the Department of the Environment for review an...
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2020-02-25
Unfavorable Report by Economic Matters
MDHB13EngrossProhibiting a person from knowingly and intentionally releasing or causing to be released, or organizing the release of, a certain balloon into the atmosphere; authorizing the Department to delegate certain enforcement authority to a certain unit, of...
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2020-02-21
To Senate Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
MDSB28EngrossProhibiting a person who is at least 13 years old, a corporation, a partnership, an association, a nonprofit entity, the State, or any unit or political subdivision of the State from knowingly and intentionally releasing or causing to be released, or...
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2020-02-12
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
MDHB1538IntroRequiring, beginning on January 1, 2021, a waste hauler to report on a semiannual basis to the Department of the Environment on certain information regarding waste collected or hauled; requiring a waste hauler to keep a copy of the report for at leas...
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2020-02-10
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
MDSB730IntroProhibiting, on or after October 1, 2021, a person from selling or offering for sale coal tar pavement products or from applying coal tar pavement products to a pavement or a similar surface; and establishing a civil penalty not to exceed $500 for a ...
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2020-02-06
To Senate Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
MDHB553IntroProhibiting, on or after October 1, 2021, a person from selling or offering for sale coal tar pavement products or from applying coal tar pavement products to a pavement or a similar surface; and establishing a civil penalty not to exceed $500 for a ...
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2020-01-30
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
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