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(a) Whenever practicable, visitors shall pack their trash for disposal at home.
(b) On all public lands, no person shall, unless otherwise authorized:
(1) Dispose of any cans, bottles and other nonflammable trash and garbage except in designated places or receptacles;
(2) Dispose of flammable trash or garbage except by burning in authorized fires, or disposal in designated places or receptacles;
(3) Drain sewage or petroleum products or dump refuse or waste other than wash water from any trailer or other vehicle except in places or receptacles provided for that purpose;
(4) Dispose of any household, commercial or industrial refuse or waste brought as such from private or municipal property;
(5) Pollute or contaminate water supplies or water used for human consumption; or
(6) Use a refuse container or disposal facility for any purpose other than for which it is supplied.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
This list is taken from the Parallel Table of Authorities and Rules provided by GPO [Government Printing Office].
It is not guaranteed to be accurate or up-to-date, though we do refresh the database weekly. More limitations on accuracy are described at the GPO site.
§ 670 - Definitions
§ 670a - Cooperative plan for conservation and rehabilitation
§ 670b - Migratory game birds; hunting permits
§ 670c - Program for public outdoor recreation
§ 670d - Liability for funds; accounting to Comptroller General
§ 670e - Applicability to other laws; national forest lands
§ 670f - Appropriations and expenditures
§ 1241 - Congressional statement of policy and declaration of purpose
§ 1242 - National trails system
§ 1243 - National recreation trails; establishment and designation; prerequisites
§ 1244 - National scenic and national historic trails
§ 1245 - Connecting or side trails; establishment, designation, and marking as components of national trails system; location
§ 1246 - Administration and development of national trails system
§ 1247 - State and local area recreation and historic trails
§ 1248 - Easements and rights-of-way
§ 1249 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 1250 - Volunteer trails assistance
§ 1251 - Definitions
§ 315a - Protection, administration, regulation, and improvement of districts; rules and regulations; study of erosion and flood control; offenses
§ 1701 - Congressional declaration of policy
§ 1702 - Definitions
§ 1703 - Cooperative action and sharing of resources by Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture
Title 43 published on 2015-10-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 43 CFR Part 8360 after this date.
The California State Director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proposing to establish new supplementary rules related to dog management and public safety on public lands at Fort Ord National Monument (FONM), California. Furthermore, these proposed rules would clarify some of the existing restrictions that have been in place on the FONM since 1996. These proposed rules are consistent with the national monument proclamation of 2012 ( i.e., Proclamation 8803), and the BLM's 2007 Resource Management Plan.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proposing a supplementary rule addressing conduct on public lands in the vicinity of Corona Arch and Gemini Bridges in Grand County, Utah. The proposed supplementary rule would prohibit roped activities around Corona Arch and Gemini Bridges. Such activities involve the use of ropes or other climbing aids, and include, but are not limited to, ziplining, highlining, slacklining, traditional rock climbing, sport rock climbing, rappelling, and swinging.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Colorado is proposing supplementary rules for 2,160 acres of public lands addressed in the Cache Creek Placer Area Management Plan, approved on February 23, 2016. These proposed supplementary rules would apply to public lands administered by the BLM Royal Gorge Field Office in Chaffee County, Colorado. The proposed rules would implement decisions found in the Cache Creek Placer Area Management Plan relating to the collection of mineral materials within the Cache Creek parcel.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proposing supplementary rules to protect natural resources and provide for public health and safety. The proposed supplementary rules would apply to all public lands and BLM facilities in Colorado.