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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-532—OCT. 25, 1988

102 STAT. 2671

of a recall prescribed under subsection (b) for a pesticide whose registration has been suspended and canceled shall, as soon as practicable after the suspension of the registration of the pesticide, submit to the Administrator a plan for the storage and disposal of the pesticide that meets criteria established by the Administrator by regulation. "(2) REIMBURSEMENT.—Within a reasonable period of time after such storage costs are incurred and paid by the registrant, the Administrator shall reimburse the registrant, on request, for— "(A) none of the costs incurred by the registrant before the date of submission of the plan referred to in paragraph (1) to the Administrator; "(B) 100 percent of the costs incurred by the registrant after the date of submission of the plan to the Administrator or the date of cancellation of the registration of the pesticide, whichever is later, but before the approval of the plan by the Administrator; "(C) 50 percent of the costs incurred by the registrant during the 1-year period beginning on the date of the approval of the plan by the Administrator or the date of cancellation of the registration of the pesticide, whichever is later; "(D) none of the costs incurred by the registrant during the 3-year period beginning on the 366th day following approval of the plan by the Administrator or the date of cancellation of the registration of the pesticide, whichever is later; and "(E) 25 percent of the costs incurred by the registrant during the period beginning on the first day of the 5th year following the date of the approval of the plan by the Administrator or the date of cancellation of the registration of the pesticide, whichever is later, and ending on the date that a disposal permit for the pesticide is issued by a State or an alternative plan for disposal of the pesticide in accordance with applicable law has been developed. "(d) ADMINISTRATION OF STORAGE, DISPOSAL, TRANSPORTATION, AND RECALL PROGRAMS.— "(1) VOLUNTARY AGREEMENTS.—Nothing in this section shall

be construed as preventing or making unlawful any agreement between a seller and a buyer of any pesticide or other substance regarding the ultimate allocation of the costs of storage, transportation, or disposal of a pesticide. "(2) RULE AND REGULATION REVIEW.—Section 25(a)(4) shall not apply to any regulation issued under subsection (a)(2) or (b).

  • (3) LIMITATIONS.—No registrant shall be responsible under

this section for a pesticide the registration of which is held by another person. No distributor or seller shall be responsible under this section for a pesticide that the distributor or seller did not hold or sell. "(4) SEIZURE AND PENALTIES.—If the Administrator finds that a person who is subject to a regulation or order under subsection (a)(2) or (b) has failed substantially to comply with that regulation or order, the Administrator may take action under section 13 or 14 or obtain injunctive relief under section 16(c) against such person or any successor in interest of any such person.".