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SECTION 3-0317
Cancer incidence and environmental facility maps project
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 3, TITLE 3
* § 3-0317. Cancer incidence and environmental facility maps project.

1. For purposes of this section, "environmental facility" shall mean a
facility or site which is:

(a) permitted as an industrial or municipal facility pursuant to
titles 7 or 8 of article 17 of this chapter;

(b) registered pursuant to title 10 of article 17 of this chapter;

(c) permitted pursuant to article 19 of this chapter;

(d) permitted or registered pursuant to title 7 or 9 of article 27 of
this chapter;

(e) required to file an annual report pursuant to subdivision 6 of
section 27-0907 of this chapter;

(f) regulated pursuant to title 13 or 14 of article 27 of this
chapter;

(g) regulated as a vehicle dismantler pursuant to title 23 of article
27 of this chapter;

(h) permitted pursuant to article 29 of this chapter;

(i) a holder of a commercial permit pursuant to section 33-0901 of
this chapter;

(j) registered pursuant to article 40 of this chapter;

(k) the subject of an environmental restoration project pursuant to
title 5 of article 56 of this chapter;

(l) subject to corrective action pursuant to section 71-2727 of this
chapter;

(m) participating in the department's voluntary cleanup program; or

(n) licensed pursuant to article 12 of the navigation law as a major
oil storage facility.

2. The department shall, pursuant to established security protocols,
provide to the department of health the GPS coordinates, category of
license or permit, facility identification number, and address on
current environmental facilities that are necessary for the department
of health to develop and maintain cancer incidence and environmental
facility maps required pursuant to section twenty-four hundred one-b of
the public health law, and shall provide any technical assistance
necessary for the development of such maps. The department, in
consultation with the department of health, shall update such data not
less than once every five years.

3. The department shall work with the office of homeland security to
establish security protocols regarding the disclosure of data on current
environmental facilities.

* NB Repealed March 31, 2022