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Fiscal Note

SB0224 - Reuse of Industrial Byproduct

State Impact:
The cost to enact provisions of this bill are estimated to be $1,600 one time from the General Fund to the Department of Environmental Quality for admistrative rule making; and $116,200 to the Department of Transportation from the Transportation Fund for 1 FTE to manage industrial byproduct use on DOT projects. Provisions of the bill also requires that the Department of Transportation consider use of the industrial byproduct even if the byproduct increases the cost of DOT's project. It is unknown at this time what those additional costs would be. The bill further transfers the responsibility of the byproduct to the Department of Transportation from the generator or originator of the byproduct. It is unknown at this time if expenditures would be required to handle any unused byproduct from UDOT's projects based on provisions of Title 19, Environmental Quality Code.

Funding SourceFY 2009
Approp.
FY 2010
Approp.
FY 2011
Approp.
FY 2009
Revenue
FY 2010
Revenue
FY 2011
Revenue
General Fund, One-Time$0$1,600$0$0$0$0
Transportation Fund$0$116,200$116,200$0$0$0
   Total
$0

$117,800

$116,200

$0

$0

$0

Individual, Business and/or Local Impact:
Enactment of this bill likely will not result in direct, measurable costs and/or benefits for local governments. Individuals and businesses could benefit from provisions of this bill if they are not required to dispose of their industrial byproducts. It is unknown at this time how much of the industrial byproducts generate in the state would qualify under provisions of this bill, and therefore unknown what cost savings would benefit individual or business generators of the waste.

3/3/2009, 10:29:45 AM, Lead Analyst: Bleazard, M.Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst