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New Jersey Statutes Title 13. Conservation and Development Parks and Reservations 13 § 1E-48.8

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a. No person may transport regulated medical waste unless the person has:

(1) satisfied all requirements prescribed by the Department of Environmental Protection, and filed a registration statement and obtained approval thereof from the department on a form provided, and containing all information requested by the department;

(2) paid an annual registration fee in an amount set by the Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to a rule or regulation adopted in accordance with the “Administrative Procedure Act;”

(3) received written instruction from the departments on the proper and safe tracking, identification, packaging, storage, control, monitoring, handling, collection, and disposal of regulated medical waste;

(4) obtained a registration statement required by section 5 of P.L.1970, c. 39 (C. 13:1E-5);

(5) obtained a certificate of public convenience and necessity required by section 7 of P.L.1970, c. 40 (C. 48:13A-6);

(6) complied with the requirements of P.L.1983, c. 392 (C. 13:1E-126 et seq.);  and

(7) paid an annual fee to, and in an amount set by, the Board of Public Utilities pursuant to section 9 of this act.  1

b. The provisions of subsection a. of this section shall not apply to a generator who generates less than three cubic feet of regulated medical waste per month and who transports that regulated medical waste to another generator for storage or disposal.

1  N.J.S.A. § 13:1E-48.9.

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