A dental office shall report the model and size of its amalgam separator system within ninety days of installation to its local publicly owned water treatment facility, where applicable, and to the New Mexico board of dental health care.  A dental office shall report its compliance and maintain records of the operation, maintenance and recycling or disposal of amalgam waste for every consecutive three-year period following the installation of its amalgam separator system and shall report the information upon request for cause to the New Mexico board of dental health care.  The New Mexico board of dental health care shall retain the reported information for review coincident with the board’s licensing and renewal functions.

History: Laws 2013, ch. 206, § 5.