as amended, Correa.
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(1) Existing law authorizes the Department of Toxic Substances Control to regulate the disposal of hazardous waste, including used oil, and, for those purposes, defines “used oil” to mean oil that has been refined from crude oil, or any synthetic oil, that has been used, and, as a result of use or as a consequence of extended storage, or spillage, has been contaminated with physical or chemical impurities.end delete
This bill would specify that synthetic oil includes oil composed of biobased feedstock for these purposes.end delete
(2) Existing law requires state agencies and contractors with state agencies to purchase lubricating oil, as defined, and industrial oil, as defined, containing the greatest percentage of recycled oil, unless a specified certification is made. Existing law also requires local agencies to purchase lubricating oil and industrial oil that contains recycled oil if the product meets specified conditions.end delete
This bill, on and after January 1, 2016, would require a state agency, and any person or entity contracting with a state agency for the supply of lubricating oil, to purchase only biosynthetic lubricant that meets certain requirements, including minimal standards for biodegradability. The bill would require the Department of General Services, by July 31, 2015, to provide language for a state agency to include in a contract or grant implementing these provisions. The bill would authorize a state agency, city, county, city and county, or district to purchase biosynthetic lubricant that meets the specified requirements.end delete
(3) The California Oil Recycling Enhancement Act, administered by the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, imposes a charge upon the sale of lubricating oil, for deposit in the California Used Oil Recycling Fund, and continuously appropriates money from the fund to the department to provide, among other things, grants and contracts to local governments, nonprofit entities, and private entities and recycling incentives to every industrial generator, curbside collection program, and certified used oil collection center for collected or generated used lubricating oil. Existing law prohibits the sale of engine oil and lubricating oil unless the product conforms to certain specifications.end delete
This bill would prohibit on and after January 1, 2017, the sale of lubricating oil in the state unless the lubricating oil meets certain requirements, including meeting or exceeding the minimal standards for biodegradability, as specified, and unless the producer of the biosynthetic lubricating oil files with the department a document by which the producer verifies that the lubricating oil meets the specified requirements. The bill would require the department to provide the producer with a unique lubricating oil biodegradability compliance number for each product self-verified by the producer.end delete
The bill would authorize, on and after July 1, 2015, the Director of Resources Recycling and Recovery, in consultation with an advisory committee established by the bill as specified, to grant extensions, in increments of one year, of these requirements and the state agency biosynthetic lubricant purchasing requirements described above if the director finds that biosynthetic lubricating oil is not commercially available. The bill would authorize a procuring agency or person to sell, no later than 12 months after January 1, 2017, or 12 months after the end of the last of all extensions granted as discussed above, lubricating oil that does not meet the specified requirements if the procuring agency or person legally possessed the lubricating oil before the latter of those dates. The bill would require the procuring agency or person to maintain records to verify that the lubricating oil was in the person’s or agency’s possession before the latter date. The bill would require the department to inform local agencies and individuals of the benefits of biosynthetic lubricating oils.end delete
(4) Existing law requires the Department of General Services, in consultation with the California Environmental Protection Agency, members of the public, industry, and public health and environmental organizations, to provide state agencies with information and assistance regarding environmentally preferable purchasing.end delete
This bill would require the Department of General Services to maintain and update, on the department’s Internet Web site, a list that contains the names of biosynthetic lubricating oil products that meet the specified lubricating oil requirements. The bill would require the department to transmit a copy of this list to the Office of the President of the University of California to facilitate the University of California’s procurement efforts.end delete
Fiscal committee: yes.
State-mandated local program:
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The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
A handgun model removed from the roster pursuant
19to subdivision (d) of Section 32020 may be reinstated on the roster
20if all of the following are met:
22 The manufacturer petitions the Attorney General for
23reinstatement of the handgun model.
25 The manufacturer pays the Department of Justice for all of
26the costs related to the reinstatement testing of the handgun model,
27including the purchase price of the handguns, prior to reinstatement
30 The reinstatement testing of the handguns shall be in
31accordance with subdivisions (b) and (c) of Section 32020.
33 The three handgun samples shall be tested only once for
34reinstatement. If the sample fails it may not be retested.
36 If the handgun model successfully passes testing for
37reinstatement, and if the manufacturer of the handgun is otherwise
38in compliance with Sections 31900 to 32110, inclusive, the
39Attorney General shall reinstate the handgun model on the roster
40maintained pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 32015.
P7 1(f)end delete
2 The manufacturer shall provide the Attorney General with
3the complete testing history for the handgun model.
5 Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 32020, the
6Attorney General may, at any time, further retest any handgun
7model that has been reinstated to the roster.
(a) A firearm shall be deemed to satisfy the
29requirements of subdivision (a) of Section 32015 if another firearm
30made by the same manufacturer is already listed and the unlisted
31firearm differs from the listed firearm only in one or more of the
34 Finish, including, but not limited to, bluing, chrome-plating,
35oiling, or engraving.
37 The material from which the grips are made.
39 The shape or texture of the grips, so long as the difference
40in grip shape or texture does not in any way alter the dimensions,
P8 1material, linkage, or functioning of the magazine well, the barrel,
2the chamber, or any of the components of the firing mechanism
3of the firearm.
5 Any other purely cosmetic feature that does not in any way
6alter the dimensions, material, linkage, or functioning of the
7magazine well, the barrel, the chamber, or any of the components
8of the firing mechanism of the firearm.
10 Any manufacturer seeking to have a firearm listed under
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shall provide to the Department of Justice
12all of the following:
14 The model designation of the listed firearm.
16 The model designation of each firearm that the manufacturer
17seeks to have listed under this
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19 A statement, under oath, that each unlisted firearm for which
20listing is sought differs from the listed firearm only in one or more
21of the ways identified in subdivision (a) and is
22in all other respects identical to the listed firearm.
24 The department may, in its discretion and at any time, require
25a manufacturer to provide to the department any model for which
26listing is sought under this section, to determine whether the model
27complies with the requirements of this section.
Article 4 (commencing with Section 31900) and Article
395 (commencing with Section 32000) shall not apply to any of the
P10 1(a) The sale, loan, or transfer of any firearm pursuant to Chapter
25 (commencing with Section 28050) of Division 6 in order to
3comply with Section 27545.
4(b) The sale, loan, or transfer of any firearm that is exempt from
5the provisions of Section 27545 pursuant to any applicable
6exemption contained in Article 2 (commencing with Section 27600)
7or Article 6 (commencing with Section 27850) of Chapter 4 of
8Division 6, if the sale, loan, or transfer complies with the
9requirements of that applicable exemption to Section 27545.
sale, loan, or transfer of any firearm as described in
11paragraph (3) of subdivision (b) of Section 32000.
12(d) The delivery of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable
13of being concealed upon the person to a person licensed pursuant
14to Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, for the purposes of the
15service or repair of that firearm.
16(e) The return of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of
17being concealed upon the person by a person licensed pursuant to
18Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, to its owner where that firearm
19was initially delivered in the circumstances set forth in subdivision
20(a), (d), (f), or (i).
21(f) The delivery of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable
22of being concealed upon the person to a person licensed pursuant
23to Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, for the purpose of a
24consignment sale or as collateral for a pawnbroker loan.
25(g) The sale, loan, or transfer of any pistol, revolver, or other
26firearm capable of being concealed upon the person listed as a
27curio or relic, as defined in Section 478.11 of Title 27 of the Code
28of Federal Regulations.
29(h) The sale, loan, or transfer of any semiautomatic pistol that
30is to be used solely as a prop during the course of a motion picture,
31television, or video production by an authorized participant therein
32in the course of making that production or event or by an authorized
33employee or agent of the entity producing that production or event.
34(i) The delivery of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable
35of being concealed upon the person to a person licensed pursuant
36to Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, where the firearm is being
37loaned by the licensee to a consultant-evaluator.
38(j) The delivery of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable
39of being concealed upon the person by a person licensed pursuant
P11 1to Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, where the firearm is being
2loaned by the licensee to a consultant-evaluator.
3(k) The return of a pistol, revolver, or other firearm capable of
4being concealed upon the person to a person licensed pursuant to
5Sections 26700 to 26915, inclusive, where it was initially delivered
6pursuant to subdivision (j).
All matter omitted in this version of the bill appears in the bill as amended in the Senate, March 19, 2014. (JR11)