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Needle collection programs exist in many Florida counties. These programs will help you in disposing of needles, syringes with needles, and lancets that have been used by you or a family member in the treatment at home of an allergy, acute illness, or chronic disease such as diabetes. Use the list below to check for program availability in your county. These programs are county specific, so call your county contact person for more information. Should your county not appear on the list, please contact us at the address listed above.
The utility package, (java.util) contains all the classes and interfaces that are required by the collection framework. The collection framework contains an interface named an iterable interface which provides the iterator to iterate through all the collections. This interface is extended by the main collection interface which acts as a root for the collection framework. All the collections extend this collection interface thereby extending the properties of the iterator and the methods of this interface. The following figure illustrates the hierarchy of the collection framework.
The collection framework contains multiple interfaces where every interface is used to store a specific type of data. The following are the interfaces present in the framework. 1. Iterable Interface: This is the root interface for the entire collection framework. The collection interface extends the iterable interface. Therefore, inherently, all the interfaces and classes implement this interface. The main functionality of this interface is to provide an iterator for the collections. Therefore, this interface contains only one abstract method which is the iterator. It returns the
2. Collection Interface: This interface extends the iterable interface and is implemented by all the classes in the collection framework. This interface contains all the basic methods which every collection has like adding the data into the collection, removing the data, clearing the data, etc. All these methods are implemented in this interface because these methods are implemented by all the classes irrespective of their style of implementation. And also, having these methods in this interface ensures that the names of the methods are universal for all the collections. Therefore, in short, we can say that this interface builds a foundation on which the collection classes are implemented.3. List Interface: This is a child interface of the collection interface. This interface is dedicated to the data of the list type in which we can store all the ordered collection of the objects. This also allows duplicate data to be present in it. This list interface is implemented by various classes like ArrayList, Vector, Stack, etc. Since all the subclasses implement the list, we can instantiate a list object with any of these classes. For example,
6. Set Interface: A set is an unordered collection of objects in which duplicate values cannot be stored. This collection is used when we wish to avoid the duplication of the objects and wish to store only the unique objects. This set interface is implemented by various classes like HashSet, TreeSet, LinkedHashSet, etc. Since all the subclasses implement the set, we can instantiate a set object with any of these classes. For example,
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The SCDOR is committed to the fair administration of debt collection and to protecting compliant citizens. Unpaid liabilities can make it difficult for governmental and quasi-governmental entities to budget and fund essential public services. South Carolina law requires the SCDOR to assist qualifying entities in collecting debts through two collection programs: Setoff Debt and GEAR.
Setoff Debt allows the SCDOR to assist in collecting debts owed to claimant agencies by garnishing South Carolina Individual Income Tax refunds. GEAR (Governmental Enterprise Accounts Receivable) is more flexible and comprehensive than Setoff Debt. In addition to garnishing South Carolina Individual Income Tax refunds, GEAR collection efforts include wage garnishments, tax liens, bank account levies, and license revocations. GEAR also allows debtors to set up payment plans to satisfy debts.
Before participating in either program, governmental or quasi-governmental entities (claimant agencies), must apply with and be approved by the SCDOR. Claimant agencies eligible for participation in these programs include:
The SCDOR does not impose an age limit on debt received from claimant agencies. However, claimant agencies are required to follow any state or federal regulations imposed on their agency's collection practices. For example, if federal regulations state that housing authorities cannot actively collect on debts older than 12 years, then housing authorities cannot submit debts over 12 years old to the SCDOR for Setoff Debt or GEAR participation.
A private doctor's office cannot participate in the collection programs. Doctor's offices that are owned by and reside inside county hospitals may qualify to participate in the programs pending review.
If your agency participates in both collection programs, you may request to use one contact person for both. Please note that the designated contact person must be different from the designated hearing officer.
The Iterable interface is the root interface for all the collection classes. The Collectioninterface extends the Iterable interface and therefore all the subclasses of Collectioninterface also implement the Iterable interface.
The Collection interface is the interface which is implemented by all the classes in thecollection framework. It declares the methods that every collection will have. In otherwords, we can say that the Collection interface builds the foundation on which thecollection framework depends.
Thanks to convenient drop off sites, consumers now have a way to ensure the collection, reuse, and recycling of architectural paint. Looking for a drop off location? Visit the Paint Care New York program page (leaves DEC website) for participating sites and the latest program information.
Producers of architectural paint sold into the state must take part in a postconsumer paint collection and recycling program following the DEC approved plan. The program covers "architectural paint" and includes interior and exterior architectural coatings sold in containers of five gallons or less including house paint and primers (latex or oil-based), stains, deck and concrete sealers, and clear finishes (e.g., varnishes, shellacs).
Municipalities - Local municipalities, by participating as waste paint drop-off sites, benefit from the postconsumer paint collection program since costs associated with the management of waste paint that ends up in the municipal waste streams will be covered by the program.
Under the law, architectural paint producers, who sell paint in or into New York State, need to implement a postconsumer paint collection program, either individually or cooperatively with other producers. Participants submitted postconsumer paint collection program plans to DEC by July,2020. The postconsumer paint collection program is funded by a small fee, "the PaintCare fee," incorporated into the price of covered products at the time of purchase.
PaintCare Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that represents paint producers in other states that have implemented similar programs, submitted a draft plan on behalf of producers who sell architectural paint in New York State.
DEC granted a conditional approval (PDF) to PaintCare on its revised postconsumer paint collection program plan submitted to the Department on December 1, 2021. Read more about the PaintCare New York Paint Stewardship Program Plan. (PDF, 28 MB)
DEC issued an enforcement discretion letter (PDF, March 2021) regarding conditionally exempt small quantity generator provisions. This letter addresses authorized destination facilities and regulatory flexibility for collection of postconsumer paint. 2b1af7f3a8