(a) Restricted revenue account.--The department is authorized to administer specifically appropriated funds deposited
within the restricted revenue account created under section 4(b) of the Household
Hazardous Waste Funding Act within the Recycling Fund established under section 706
of the act of July 28, 1988 (P.L. 556, No. 101), 1 known as the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act. No more than 3% of the funds transferred into the restricted revenue account under
section 4(b) of the Household Hazardous Waste Funding Act may be expended by the department
for the administration of these programs.
(b) Grant eligibility.--Grants approved under this section may be paid to a registered sponsor of a collection
event, including sponsors other than municipalities. The department is authorized to reimburse sponsors for eligible costs incurred after
the effective date of this chapter for the operation of collection events for eligible
entities under this chapter.
(c) Matching requirement.--The funds administered by the department under this section may be expended by the
department only to the extent that the grant amount has been matched, at least dollar
for dollar in value, by the grant applicant. Sponsors of a collection event are hereby authorized to receive all or part of the
required matching funds from manufacturers or other persons.
(d) Other limitations.--No more than $100,000 per fiscal year may be expended by the department for collection
events in any one county.
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