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65-3426. Solid waste grants advisory committee. (a) There is hereby established within the department of health and environment the solid waste grants advisory committee, which shall be composed of eight members as follows:

(1) Seven members appointed by the governor, two of whom shall represent the interests of regional solid waste management entities, two of whom shall represent the interests of counties, one of whom shall represent the interests of cities, one of whom shall represent the interests of waste tire generators or handlers and one of whom shall represent the interests of the private sector;

(2) the secretary of health and environment or the secretary's designee.

(b) Appointive members of the solid waste grants advisory committee shall serve terms of two years. The secretary of health and environment or the person designated by the secretary shall serve as chairperson of the advisory committee.

(c) Members of the solid waste grants advisory committee shall receive amounts provided by subsection (e) of K.S.A. 75-3223, and amendments thereto, for each day of actual attendance at any meeting of the advisory committee or any subcommittee meeting authorized by the advisory committee.

(d) The secretary of health and environment shall provide technical support related to the activities of the solid waste grants advisory committee, including but not limited to establishing project selection criteria, performing technology evaluations, assessing technical feasibility and determining consistency with the statewide solid waste management plan, the applicable county or regional solid waste management plan and regional activities.

(e) In accordance with schedules established by the secretary of health and environment, the solid waste grants advisory committee shall meet to review competitive grant applications submitted pursuant to subsection (b) of K.S.A. 65-3415, and amendments thereto. The advisory committee shall establish a project priority list for each fiscal year based upon the availability of funds as estimated by the secretary and shall make recommendations regarding the selection of grantees and the disbursement of moneys.

History: L. 1995, ch. 221, § 4; L. 2001, ch. 126, § 8; L. 2003, ch. 130, § 21; July 1.


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