Form DMV-1576. Solid Waste Surety Bond Certification - Texas
The Form DMV-1576, known as the Solid Waste Surety Bond Certification, is a document used in Texas to certify the existence and details of a surety bond obtained by businesses involved in the transportation or disposal of solid waste. The purpose of this form is to provide proof of the bond's validity and compliance with state regulations.
This form consists of several sections that need to be completed accurately. It requires information such as the bondholder's (business owner's) name and address, the bond amount, effective date, expiration date, and the name of the authorized surety company providing the bond. Additionally, it may require attaching a copy of the original surety bond.
When filling out Form DMV-1576, it is important to consider:
- The bond certification must be obtained from an authorized surety company licensed to operate in Texas.
- The form should be submitted to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles along with any required fees and supporting documents.
This form is typically used to demonstrate compliance with the surety bond requirement imposed on businesses engaged in the transportation or disposal of solid waste. It serves as evidence that the business has secured the necessary financial protection as mandated by state regulations.
An alternative form that may be applicable is Form TCEQ-20781, the Municipal Solid Waste Facility Surety Bond Certification. This form is specifically used for certifying the existence and details of surety bonds related to municipal solid waste facilities. While both Form DMV-1576 and Form TCEQ-20781 serve similar purposes, they are specific to different industry sectors and types of waste materials.