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Testimony on HB 2575

House Bill 2575

Summary: Testimony in support of HB 2575. "The Bureau of Environmental Remediation...is responsible for managing the Dry Cleaner Program, which includes registration of active facilities, compliance inspections, and state-lead assessment and cleanup of contaminated sites. ... As proposed, HB 2575 provides four primary changes: 1. Clarifies the definitions of operator. This definition was added to more clearly define the facility operator vs. a real property owner who may not be involved in facility operations; 2. Increases the deductible paid towards the cleanup for the site by operators of contaminated dry-cleaning facilities and property owners who benefited financially from the operation of the contaminated dry-cleaning facility; 3. Provides additional funding to the Drycleaner Environmental Response Trust Fund (Fund) to respond in a more-timely manner to contamination attributed to retail dry cleaning facilities; and 4. Increases the maximum penalties for dry cleaning facility operators who fail to collect and submit the gross receipts environmental surcharge; as well as solvent distributors who fail to collect and pay the per-gallon solvent fee."

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"03/16/2020."
Testimony before the Kansas Legislature, Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, by Bob Jurgens, Director, Bureau of Environmental Remediation, Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
This same testimony, with minor changes, was presented before the Kansas Legislature, House Agriculture Committee, by Bob Jurgens, Director, Bureau of Environmental Remediation, Kansas Department of Health and Environment on 02/17/2020.
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Available in pdf format at the Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Library.
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English (United States)
Subject: Dry cleaning Law and legislation Kansas
Dry cleaning industry Law and legislation Kansas
Dry cleaning industry Fees Law and legislation Kansas
Dry cleaning industry Environmental aspects Law and legislation Kansas
Environmental impact charges Law and legislation Kansas
Hazardous waste site remediation Finance Law and legislation Kansas
Solvents Fees Law and legislation Kansas
Distributors (Commerce) Fees Law and legislation Kansas

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  • Physical Description: 1 Internet resource (2 pages) : color chart
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  • Publisher: Topeka, Kansas : Kansas Department of Health and Environment, 2020.

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