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History: Eff. 2/21/2016, Register 217

Authority: AS 17.38.010

AS 17.38.070

AS 17.38.121

AS 17.38.150

AS 17.38.190

AS 17.38.200

AS 17.38.900

3 AAC 306.515. Marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility license

A licensed marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility has the privileges set out in 3 AAC 306.505, except that it may not

(1) manufacture, refine, process, cook, package, label, or store any marijuana product other than marijuana concentrate;

(2) sell, distribute, or deliver a marijuana product other than marijuana concentrate to a retail marijuana store or to another marijuana product manufacturing facility;

(3) provide or transport a sample of a marijuana product other than marijuana concentrate to a licensed marijuana testing facility for testing; or

(4) provide samples of a product other than marijuana concentrate to a licensed retail marijuana store for purposes of negotiating a sale.

History: Eff. 2/21/2016, Register 217

Authority: AS 17.38.010

AS 17.38.070

AS 17.38.121

AS 17.38.150

AS 17.38.190

AS 17.38.200

AS 17.38.900

3 AAC 306.520. Application for marijuana product manufacturing facility license

An applicant for a marijuana product manufacturing facility license, including a marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility license, must file an application on a form the board prescribes, and provide the information required under 3 AAC 306.020 and

(1) a copy of an active application for a required food safety permit under 18 AAC 31.020 from the Department of Environmental Conservation or a municipality with authority delegated under AS 17.20.072 and 18 AAC 31.945;

(2) a diagram of the proposed licensed premises required in 3 AAC 306.020(b) , identifying the area where

(A) in-house testing, if any, will occur; and

(B) marijuana and any marijuana product, including marijuana concentrate, will be stored;

(3) in the applicant's operating plan required under 3 AAC 306.020(c) , a description of

(A) the equipment and solvents, gases, chemicals, and other compounds used to create concentrates and the processes to be used;

(B) each marijuana product the applicant intends to process at this location; the product description must include the color, shape, texture, ingredients and standard production procedure to be used and the additional information required for product approval in 3 AAC 306.525;

(C) the packaging to be used for each type of product;

(D) sample labels showing how the labeling information required in 3 AAC 306.570 will be set out; and

(E) the applicant's plan for disposal of waste.

History: Eff. 2/21/2016, Register 217; am 7/27/2017, Register 223

Authority: AS 17.38.010

AS 17.38.070

AS 17.38.121

AS 17.38.150

AS 17.38.190

AS 17.38.200

AS 17.38.900

Editor's note: The form for an application for a marijuana product manufacturing facility license or a marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility license is available online as provided in the editor's note under 3 AAC 306.020.

3 AAC 306.525. Approval of concentrates and marijuana products

(a) A marijuana product manufacturing facility, including a marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility, must obtain the board's approval for each product it will manufacture for sale or transfer to another licensed marijuana establishment. The board will not approve a product that is prohibited under 3 AAC 306.510(a) (4).

(b) An applicant for a marijuana product manufacturing facility license may request the board's approval of its intended products with a new license application by including, in its operating plan

(1) a photograph, drawing, or graphic representation of the expected appearance of each final product; and

(2) the proposed standard production procedure and detailed manufacturing process for each product.

(c) A licensed marijuana product manufacturing facility may at any time submit a new product approval request to the board on a form the board prescribes along with the fee required under 3 AAC 306.100(c) .

(d) A licensed marijuana product manufacturing facility shall keep its ingredient list and potency limits for any food product containing marijuana on file at the marijuana product manufacturing facility's licensed premises. The ingredient list and potency limits for any product manufactured at the facility must be made available for inspection on request by the director, or an employee or agent of the board.

History: Eff. 2/21/2016, Register 217

Authority: AS 17.38.010

AS 17.38.070

AS 17.38.121

AS 17.38.150

AS 17.38.190

AS 17.38.200

AS 17.38.900

3 AAC 306.530. Marijuana handler permit and food safety worker training

(a) A marijuana product manufacturing facility, including a marijuana concentrate manufacturing facility, shall ensure that each agent who is required or permitted to be physically present on the licensed premises at any time, each licensee, and each employee

(1) obtains a marijuana handler permit as provided in 3 AAC 306.700 before being licensed or employed at the marijuana product manufacturing facility's licensed premises; and

(2) has the marijuana handler permit card in the person's immediate possession, or a valid copy on file on the premises, at all times while on the marijuana product manufacturing facility's licensed premises.

(b) A licensee, employee, or agent of a marijuana product manufacturing facility who handles marijuana at the facility shall obtain a food worker card in compliance with 18 AAC 31.330 and keep that card in that person's possession at all times while on the licensed premises of the marijuana product manufacturing facility.

History: Eff. 2/21/2016, Register 217; am 2/21/2019, Register 229

Authority: AS 17.38.010

AS 17.38.070

AS 17.38.121

AS 17.38.150

AS 17.38.190

AS 17.38.200

AS 17.38.900

3 AAC 306.535. Restricted access and storage areas

(a) A marijuana product manufacturing facility shall conduct any extraction or product manufacturing operation in a restricted access area in compliance with 3 AAC 306.710.

(b) A marijuana product manufacturing facility shall have full video surveillance of the licensed premises as provided in 3 AAC 306.720, including each area where

(1) marijuana concentrate is produced;

(2) any operation involved in manufacturing any product containing marijuana occurs;

(3) marijuana or a marijuana product is stored or stockpiled; or

(4) marijuana waste is destroyed.

(c) Any area where marijuana or a marijuana product is stored must be moisture- and temperature-controlled and protected from pests and vermin.

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