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(P) Passed (F) Failed (V) Vetoed (I) Incoporated into other legislation
(C) Carried over from 2008 Session (CD) Carried over from 2008 session but died in committee on or before December 4th

Fossil fuel; requires solid waste permit when using unamended coal combustion waste as land cover for recreational facilities or for land contouring. Adding  10.1-1408.1:1. (Patron-Bouchard, HB 2419 (F))
Garbage and refuse services; eliminates provision that barred localities from preventing disposal at facilities that were either issued solid waste management facility permits or had applied for new permit. Amending  15.2-931. (Patron-Blevins, SB 1187 (F))
Hampton Roads area; requirements for refuse collection and disposal system authorities. Adding  15.2-5102.1. (Patron-Cosgrove, HB 1872 (Chapter 742))
Landfills; prohibits those publicly owned from accepting recyclable construction and demolition debris. Amending  10.1-1408.1. (Patron-Morgan, HB 1548 (CD))
Ohio Valley Water Sanitation Commission; replaces one of three commissioners with Director of Department of Conservation and Recreation. Amending  62.1-73. (Patron-Bowling, HB 2283 (Chapter 467))
Recycling reports; a solid waste planning unit shall not be required to submit until July 1, 2012. Amending  10.1-1411. (Patron-Byron, HB 2649 (F))
Solid waste; electricity generated therefrom. Amending  56-575.1. (Patron-May, HB 2576 (Chapter 754))
Solid waste disclosure statements; eliminates requirement applicants for permits provide social security numbers of their key personnel. Amending  10.1-1400. (Patron-Nichols, HB 2255 (Chapter 27))
2009 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, and Resolutions - For additional information, please contact the House of Delegates Information and Public Relations Office, P. O. Box 406, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23218, telephone (804) 698-1500. Last updated 06/03/09