(a) There is continued in the state Treasury a special revenue fund known as the A. James Manchin Fund. All moneys appropriated, deposited or accrued in this Fund shall be used exclusively for remediation of waste tire piles as required by this article, for the tire disposal program established under section ten of this article or for the purposes of subsection (h), section ten of this article or for the purposes of subsection (c), section eleven of this article. The Commissioner of the Division of Highways shall work with and may use moneys in the fund to contract with the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection to accomplish the remediation of waste tire piles. The Fund consists of the proceeds from the sale of waste tires; fees collected by the Division of Motor Vehicles as provided in section sixteen, article ten, chapter seventeen-a of this code; any federal, state or private grants; legislative appropriations; loans; and any other funding source available for waste tire remediation. Any unprogrammed balance remaining in the Fund at the end of any state fiscal year shall be transferred to the state Road Fund.
(b) No further collections or deposits shall be made after the Commissioner of the Division of Highways certifies to the Governor and the Legislature that the remediation of all waste tire piles that were determined by the Commissioner to exist on July 1, 2001, has been completed and that all infrastructure bonds issued by the Water Development Authority pursuant to section seventeen-a, article fifteen-a, chapter thirty-one of this code have been paid in full or legally defeased.
(c) If infrastructure bonds are not issued by the Water Development Authority pursuant to section seventeen-a, article fifteen-a, chapter thirty-one of this code to finance infrastructure projects relating to waste tire processing facilities located in this state on or before December 31, 2006, all further collections and deposits to the A. James Manchin Fund which are not programmed for remediation or disposal shall be transferred to the state road fund at the end of each fiscal year.