Legislature(1993 - 1994)

01/27/1994 03:00 PM L&C

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* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
= bill was previously heard/scheduled
  HCR 25 - STATE INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS EXCHANGE                                 
  Number 015                                                                   
  REP. PETE KOTT, prime sponsor of HCR 25, stated that HCR 25                  
  asserts the importance of fully utilizing resources by                       
  encouraging industry to participate in a materials exchange                  
  within the state, and by asking the governor to proclaim a                   
  materials exchange month.  A materials exchange is an                        
  information network allowing companies to serve notice of                    
  the availability of surplus goods.  Arrangements can then be                 
  made between companies to transfer surpluses that would                      
  otherwise be placed in landfills.  He said BP and Arco have                  
  provided seed money for the project and it is being                          
  coordinated through the Department of Environmental                          
  Conservation's Pollution Prevention office.                                  
  REP. KOTT outlined the two changes from the original bill to                 
  the new committee substitute offered:                                        
  1) naming ARCO and BP as providing the seed money; and                       
  2) changing the month of the "Alaska Materials Exchange                      
  Month" from March to April.                                                  
  Number 086                                                                   
  CHAIRMAN HUDSON asked if there was any financial requirement                 
  by the state.                                                                
  REP. KOTT responded that there wasn't.                                       
  Number 095                                                                   
  REP. PORTER moved the adoption of the committee substitute.                  
  No objection was heard; it was so ordered.                                   
  Number 102                                                                   
  REP. SITTON asked to what extent the state would be involved                 
  in this program.                                                             
  Number 110                                                                   
  REP. KOTT replied that the Pollution Prevention office in                    
  the Department of Environmental Conservation would oversee                   
  the program.                                                                 
  Number 138                                                                   
  DAVID WIGGLESWORTH, Chief of Pollution Prevention, testified                 
  via teleconference from Anchorage in support of CSHCR
  Number 159                                                                   
  REP. PORTER moved CSHCR 25(L&C) with individual                              
  recommendations and a zero fiscal note.  No objections were                  
  heard; it was so ordered.                                                    

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