Article 5. Information And Reports of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 20. >> Chapter 6.82. >> Article 5.
(a) On or before March 31, 2005, the California
Environmental Protection Agency shall develop a form that, upon
approval of a response plan, shall be completed and submitted to the
agency by a bona fide purchaser or innocent landowner who qualifies
for immunity pursuant to this chapter. The form shall include, but is
not required to be limited to, all of the following information:
(1) A description of the site, including its address and location.
(2) A description of the type and extent of hazardous materials
releases and threatened releases identified for response at the site
pursuant to a response plan.
(3) An estimate of the cost of the response action to be
undertaken pursuant to a response plan.
(4) A description of the present and proposed use of the site,
including current and potential future zoning and land use
(5) A description of any land use restrictions, covenants, deed
restrictions or other conditions imposed on the site owned by a party
who qualifies for immunity pursuant to this chapter.
(6) A description and the concentrations of the release and
threatened releases specified in paragraph (2) that will not be
remediated pursuant to the response plan.
(b) On or before January 1, 2006, and annually thereafter, the
California Environmental Protection Agency shall, to the extent that
resources are available, compile the information submitted pursuant
to this section and post a report of its findings on its Web site.
The posted report shall compare the data collected pursuant to this
section with information collected prior to January 1, 2005, to the
extent that this information is available.
(c) The report posted pursuant to subdivision (b) shall, to the
extent practicable, compare the number and quality of response
actions completed pursuant to this chapter with similar response
actions completed prior to its enactment, and shall evaluate the
impact of the benefit of this chapter's immunities on the acquisition
and development of properties.