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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 20. Virginia Waste Management Board

Chapter 130.
Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Regulations
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Section 10
Section 20
Authority for regulations
Section 30
Section 40
Purpose of regulations
Section 50
Administration of regulations
Section 60
Applicability of regulations
Section 70
Enforcement and appeal
Section 80
Section 90
Relationship to other bodies of regulation
Section 92
Designation of solid waste planning units
Section 94
Considerations in designating solid waste unit boundaries
Section 96
Criteria for designating a solid waste planning unit
Section 98
Development of designated solid waste planning units
Section 100
Amendment of solid waste planning unit boundaries
Section 110
Schedule for plan development
Section 120
Planning requirements
Section 125
Recycling requirements
Section 130
Public participation
Section 140
Section 150
Section 160
Section 165
Recycling data reporting
Section 170
Section 173
Maintenance of solid waste management plans
Section 175
Amendments to plans
Section 180
Section 190
Section 200
Section 210
Section 220
Section 230
Petitioning for variance or exemption
Section 240
FORMS (9VAC20-130)

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