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Title: PUBLIC UTILITIES
Section: Provision of records and other documents; failure to comply
17. a. The Department of Environmental Protection may compel any solid waste collector to furnish and file with the department any records, including, but not limited to, manifests, origin and destination forms, customer lists, financial or operational information, contracts, books, accounts and records of affiliated business concerns, including any affiliated or parent corporation or organization, or any wholly or partially owned subsidiary thereof, directly or indirectly involved therewith, or having a direct or indirect financial interest in the solid waste collection services provided by the solid waste collector, and all financial transactions between these parties related to the solid waste collection services provided by the solid waste collector, and any other documents related to solid waste collection or solid waste disposal activities, at any time or place in order to determine compliance with the provisions of P.L.1991, c.381 (C.48:13A-7.1 et al.) or P.L.1970, c.40 (C.48:13A-1 et seq.) or any rule, regulation or administrative order adopted or issued pursuant thereto, and to enable the department to administer its duties as prescribed by law and the provisions of P.L.1991, c.381 (C.48:13A-7.1 et al.). b. Should any solid waste collector fail or refuse to comply with any provision of this section, the department may revoke or suspend the certificate of public convenience and necessity issued to that person. L.1991,c.381,s.17; amended 2003, c.169, s.22.
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