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     34A-13-27.   Fund expenditures. Money in the fund may only be expended or obligated:
             (1)      To administer the petroleum release compensation program established in this chapter;
             (2)      For any administrative costs and costs of corrective action taken by the fund, including investigations, legal actions, consulting costs, and other necessary costs;
             (3)      For any costs of recovering any expenses associated with corrective actions;
             (4)      For training, testing, and certification of those who perform services to be reimbursed under this chapter;
             (5)      For any costs paid to any state agency for services;
             (6)      For research and studies designed to reduce releases and improve petroleum industry methods for storage and to develop information and knowledge to aid in cleanup;
             (7)      To carry out inspections of tanks and to certify inspection persons who may perform approved inspections of tanks;
             (8)      To purchase insurance for the purpose of limiting certain risks associated with providing fund coverage as deemed appropriate by the secretary of environment and natural resources;
             (9)      For any service provider unless the director has determined that a conflict of interest exists between the consultant and the contractor that could affect the integrity of the cleanup activities;
             (10)      For rule making; and
             (11)      For training of board members and staff employed by the secretary of environment and natural resources.

Source: SL 1988, ch 290, § 27; SL 1989, ch 310, § 7; SL 1990, ch 292, § 9; SL 1991, ch 294, § 14; SL 1992, ch 260, § 20; SL 1995, ch 321 (Ex. Ord. 95-5), § 17; SL 2011, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 11-1), § 155, eff. Apr. 12, 2011; SL 2013, ch 166, § 39.

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