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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1985

99 STAT. 1890

PUBLIC LAW 99-240—JAN. 15, 1986

year that is less than 10 percent of the total volume recorded on such manifests for the region during the same year. "ARTICLE VII. OTHER LAWS AND REGULATIONS Prohibitions.

Research and development.

Transportation. Taxes.

Contracts.

Prohibition. Regulations.

Prohibition.

"a) Nothing in this compact: "D abrogates or limits the applicability of any act of Congress or diminishes or otherwise impairs the jurisdiction of any federal agency expressly conferred thereon by the Congress; "2) prevents the enforcement of any other law of a party state which is not inconsistent with this compact; "3) prohibits any storage or treatment of waste by the generator on its own premises; "4) affects any administrative or judicial proceeding pending on the effective date of this compact; "5) alters the relations between the respective internal responsibility of the government of a party state and its subdivisions; "6) affects the generation, treatment, storage or disposal of waste generated by the atomic energy defense activities of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy or successor agencies or federal research and development activities as defined in 42 U.S.C. 2021; "7) affects the rights and powers of any party state or its political subdivisions, to the extent not inconsistent with this compact, to regulate and license any facility or the transportation of waste within its borders or affects the rights and powers of any state or its political subdivisions to tax or impose fees on the waste managed at any facility within its borders; "8) requires a party state to enter into any agreement with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission; or "9) alters or limits liability of transporters of waste and owners and operators of sites for their acts, omissions, conduct or relationships in accordance with applicable laws. "b) For purposes of this compact, all state laws or parts of laws in conflict with this compact are hereby superseded to the extent of the conflict. "c) No law, rule, regulation, fee or surcharge of a party state, or of any of its subdivisions or instrumentalities, may be applied in a manner which discriminates against the generators of another party state. "d) No person who provides a service by arranging for collection, transportation, treatment, storage or disposal for waste generated outside the region shall be allowed to dispose of such waste at a regional facility unless specifically approved by the Commission pursuant to the provisions of Article III(i)(l). "ARTICLE VIII. ELIGIBLE PARTIES, WITHDRAWAL, REVOCATION, ENTRY INTO FORCE, TERMINATION

Illinois. Kentucky.

"a) Eligible parties to this compact are the State of Illinois and Commonwealth of Kentucky. Eligibility terminates on April 15, 1985. "b) An eligible state becomes a party state when the state enacts the compact into law and pays the membership fee required in ArticleIll(k)(l). _.i._.,... _ v,, .