(410 ILCS 170/10)
    (This Section may contain text from a Public Act with a delayed effective date)
    Sec. 10. Coal tar sealant disclosure; public schools.
    (a) A public school, public school district, or day care shall provide written or telephonic notification to parents and guardians of students and employees prior to any application of a coal-tar based sealant product or a high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sealant product. The written notification:
        (1) may be included in newsletters, bulletins,
    
calendars, or other correspondence currently published by the school district or day care center;
        (2) must be given at least 10 business days before
    
the application and should identify the intended date and location of the application of the coal-tar based sealant product or high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sealant;
        (3) must include the name and telephone contact
    
number for the school or day care center personnel responsible for the application; and
        (4) must include any health hazards associated with
    
coal tar-based sealant product or high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sealant product, as provided by a corresponding safety data sheet.
    (b) Notwithstanding any provision of this Act or any other law to the contrary, a public school or public school district that bids a pavement engineering project using a coal tar-based sealant product or high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sealant product for pavement engineering-related use shall request a bid with an alternative for asphalt-based or latex-based sealant product as a part of the engineering project. The public school or public school district shall consider whether asphalt-based or latex-based sealant product should be used for the project based upon costs and life cycle costs that regard preserving pavements, product warranties, and the benefits to public health and safety.
    (c) The Department, in consultation with the State Board of Education, shall conduct outreach to public schools and public school districts to provide guidance for compliance with the provisions of this Act.
    (d) On or before May 1, 2023, the Department and the State Board of Education shall post on their websites guidance on screening for coal tar-based sealant product or high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon sealant product, requirements for a request for proposals, and requirements for disclosure.
(Source: P.A. 102-242, eff. 1-1-23.)