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Iowa Code Title XI. Natural Resources [Chs. 455-485] § 455F.7. Household hazardous materials permit

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1. A retailer offering for sale or selling a household hazardous material shall have a valid permit for each place of business owned or operated by the retailer for this activity.  All permits provided for in this section shall expire on June 30 of each year.  Every retailer shall submit an annual application by July 1 of each year and a fee of twenty-five dollars to the department of revenue for a permit upon a form prescribed by the director of revenue.  Permits are nonrefundable, are based upon an annual operating period, and are not prorated.  A person in violation of this section shall be subject to permit revocation upon notice and hearing.  The department shall remit the fees collected to the household hazardous waste account of the groundwater protection fund.  A person distributing general use pesticides labeled for agricultural or lawn and garden use with gross annual pesticide sales of less than ten thousand dollars is subject to the requirements and fee payment prescribed by this section.

2. A manufacturer or distributor of household hazardous materials, which authorizes retailers as independent contractors to sell the products of the manufacturer or distributor on a person-to-person basis primarily in the customer's home, may obtain a single household hazardous materials permit on behalf of its authorized retailers in the state, in lieu of individual permits for each retailer, and pay a fee of twenty-five dollars.  However, a manufacturer or distributor which has gross retail sales of three million dollars or more in the state shall pay an additional permit fee of one hundred dollars for each subsequent increment of three million dollars of gross retail sales in the state, up to a maximum permit fee of three thousand dollars.

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