30 CFR 872.16 - Are there any restrictions on how States may use State share funds?

§ 872.16 Are there any restrictions on how States may use State share funds?
Yes. You may only use State share funds for:
(a) Coal reclamation under § 874.12 of this chapter;
(b) Water supply restoration under § 874.14 of this chapter;
(c) Noncoal reclamation under § 875.12 of this chapter that is requested under section 409(c) of SMCRA;
(d) Deposit into an acid mine drainage abatement and treatment fund under part 876 of this chapter;
(e) Land acquisition under § 879.11 of this chapter; and
(f) Maintenance of the AML inventory under section 403(c) of SMCRA.

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