Title: Proposed Revision: Landfills (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
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Title: Proposed Revision: Landfills (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Proposed Revision: Landfills (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
General Note: Box 11, Folder 3 ( Final Report: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission - 1987-88 ), Item 20
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Landfills


Problem: Pollution from solid waste in a landfill regulated
by DER leaches into ground water through surface
water flows which are managed by WMDs.









Proposed Solution:


entingent upon an interim study to determine the extent and

effiieeney ef seek a movery andfi++ regulation wi+t be moved to

WMBs aeong with al+ water quality programs by 1994T Expand the

Florida Electrical Power Plant Siting Act, s. 403.501-403.517,

F.S. to also include sanitary landfill sites, solid waste

recovery sites and other lulu's ("locally undesirable land

uses").


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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Landfills


Problem: Pollution from solid waste in a landfill regulated
by DER leaches into ground water through surface
water flows which are managed by W1Ds.








Proposed Solution:


eentingent upo n Rn ernt+m study te determine the extent and

effieieney ef seeh a move andf i 4 reageation w*t~ be moved to

WiBe a*en with ae* water quality program by *i94r Expand the

Florida Electrical Power Plant Siting Act, s. 403.501-403.517

F.S. to also include sanitary landfill sites ,i iBe

4E9O d solid waste recovery sites a*A vBG7ut/

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STAFF DRAFT
November 9, 1987

Landfills
Problem: Pollution from solid waste in a landfill
regulated by DER leaches into ground water through surface
water flows which are managed by WMDs.

Explanation:
DER considers surface and ground water quality and the
impact on wetlands, while the WMDs review surface water
management for flooding, thereby examining ground water
quality and wetlands degradation.


s. 403.701-403.73, F.S.
s. 403.704, F.S.


Florida Resource Recovery and
Management Act
Powers and Duties of the
Department (DER)


Proposed Solution:
--Continent upon an interim study to 1 ete iu- i U iGtent
-moved to IWM along wiX aTll water quality program by


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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Landfills


Problem: Pollution from solid waste in a landfill regulated
by DER leaches into ground water through surface
water flows which are managed by WMDs.










Proposed Solution:


Contingent upon an interim study to determine the extent and

efficiency of such a move, landfill regulation will be moved to

WMDs along with all water quality programs by 1994.


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