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Impact Statement
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10 CSR 10-6.241

This proposed amendment will change the asbestos fee structure for asbestos-related registration, notification and performance requirements pursuant to 643.079.10, RSMo.

The increased asbestos fees will enable the department’s Air Pollution Control Program to maintain its asbestos program to protect the health of Missouri citizens. If the fee changes become effective January 1, 2017, affected entities will be subject to the new fees for asbestos-related activities commenced after December 31, 2016.

Yes

Rulemaking Report

May 28, 2015 presentation to the Missouri Air Conservation Commission

643.079.10, RSMo.

10 CSR 10-6.241 Yes 8/24/2015
10 CSR 10-6.250

This proposed amendment will change the asbestos fee structure for asbestos-related certification, accreditation and business exemption requirements pursuant to 643.079.10, RSMo.

The increased asbestos fees will enable the department’s Air Pollution Control Program to maintain its asbestos program to protect the health of Missouri citizens. If the fee changes become effective January 1, 2017, affected entities will be subject to the new fees for asbestos-related activities commenced after December 31, 2016.

Yes

Rulemaking Report

May 28, 2015 presentation to the Missouri Air Conservation Commission

643.079.10, RSMo.

10 CSR 10-6.250 Yes 8/24/2015
10 CSR 25-12.010 Sections 260.380.1(10)(d) and Section 260.475.8 RSMo give the Missouri Department of Natural Resources the authority to work with stakeholders to develop recommendations for changes to the hazardous waste fee structure, and for the Hazardous Waste Management Commission (HWMC) to approve those recommendations. This proposed amendment adjusts the hazardous waste generator registration and renewal fee, the in-state fee for hazardous waste generated in Missouri, as well as the minimum and maximum amounts for the in-state fee, and the land disposal fee for hazardous waste land disposed in Missouri.

Yes

Public

Private

Rulemaking Report 10 CSR 25-12.010 Yes 07/16/2015

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