Ch. 536 LAWS OF MARYLAND
TERMINATION OF THE EXISTENCE OF THE ADMINISTRATION, ALL ITS
RIGHTS AND PROPERTIES SHALL PASS TO AND BE VESTED IN THE STATE.
THE PROVISIONS OF THIS SUBTITLE ARE SEVERABLE, AND IF ANY OF
ITS PROVISIONS ARE HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL BY ANY COURT OF
COMPETENT JURISDICTION, THE DECISION OF THE COURT SHALL NOT
AFFECT OR IMPAIR ANY OF THE REMAINING PROVISIONS.
THIS SUBTITLE SHALL BE DEEMED TO PROVIDE AN ADDITIONAL AND
ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR THE DOING OF THINGS AUTHORIZED HEREBY AND
SHALL BE REGARDED AS SUPPLEMENTAL AND ADDITIONAL TO POWERS
CONFERRED BY OTHER LAWS, AND SHALL NOT BE REGARDED AS IN
DEROGATION OF ANY POWERS
NOT NOW EXISTING.
THIS SUBTITLE, BEING NECESSARY FOR THE WELFARE OF THE STATE
AND ITS INHABITANTS, SHALL BE LIBERALLY CONSTRUED TO EFFECT THE
THIS SUBTITLE MAY BE CITED AS THE MARYLAND WATER QUALITY
FINANCING ADMINISTRATION ACT.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall
take effect July 1, 1988.
Approved May 27, 1988.
(House Bill 714)
AN ACT concerning
Office of Recycling
FOR the purpose of creating an Office of Recycling within the
Department of the Environment; requiring applicants for
certain permits to submit certain plans to the Office of
Recycling; specifying that the Secretary of the Environment
may not issue certain permits until the applicant has
submitted a certain certificate of approval issued by the
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