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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 19500-19502



19500.  The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:
   (a) Recycling of glass sold in the state benefits the state
through reduction in the need for solid waste landfills, more
efficient use of energy in manufacturing, and development of an
economy more efficient in its use of secondary materials.
   (b) Because of the expansion of recycling collection programs in
the state, there is a need to aggressively develop new markets for
scrap glass.
   (c) The use of scrap glass in the manufacture of fiberglass
products sold in California will contribute significantly to
developing markets for recycled glass.
   (d) The use of cullet in fiberglass manufacturing presents no
significant technical or financial barriers to industry or consumers,
if the cullet meets minimum quality specifications.
   (e) In order to enhance the availability and efficiency of
recycling opportunities, it is in the best interest of the health and
safety of the people of the state to make alternative markets for
recycled glass economically feasible.



19501.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
Fiberglass Recycled Content Act of 1991.



19502.  For purposes of this division, the following definitions
shall apply:
   (a) "Cullet" means postconsumer glass from food, drink, or
beverage containers, or any other glass not generated by fiberglass
manufacturing.
   (b) "Department" means the Department of Conservation.
   (c) "Fiberglass manufacturer" means a person who uses glass in the
commercial manufacture of building insulation fiberglass for
wholesale or retail sale in the state.
   (d) "Building insulation" means a fiberglass batt, blanket, loose
fill or spray-in-place material primarily designed and used to resist
heat flow, that is installed in roofs, ceilings, walls, and floors
of buildings.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 19500-19502

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 19500-19502



19500.  The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:
   (a) Recycling of glass sold in the state benefits the state
through reduction in the need for solid waste landfills, more
efficient use of energy in manufacturing, and development of an
economy more efficient in its use of secondary materials.
   (b) Because of the expansion of recycling collection programs in
the state, there is a need to aggressively develop new markets for
scrap glass.
   (c) The use of scrap glass in the manufacture of fiberglass
products sold in California will contribute significantly to
developing markets for recycled glass.
   (d) The use of cullet in fiberglass manufacturing presents no
significant technical or financial barriers to industry or consumers,
if the cullet meets minimum quality specifications.
   (e) In order to enhance the availability and efficiency of
recycling opportunities, it is in the best interest of the health and
safety of the people of the state to make alternative markets for
recycled glass economically feasible.



19501.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
Fiberglass Recycled Content Act of 1991.



19502.  For purposes of this division, the following definitions
shall apply:
   (a) "Cullet" means postconsumer glass from food, drink, or
beverage containers, or any other glass not generated by fiberglass
manufacturing.
   (b) "Department" means the Department of Conservation.
   (c) "Fiberglass manufacturer" means a person who uses glass in the
commercial manufacture of building insulation fiberglass for
wholesale or retail sale in the state.
   (d) "Building insulation" means a fiberglass batt, blanket, loose
fill or spray-in-place material primarily designed and used to resist
heat flow, that is installed in roofs, ceilings, walls, and floors
of buildings.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 19500-19502

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 19500-19502



19500.  The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:
   (a) Recycling of glass sold in the state benefits the state
through reduction in the need for solid waste landfills, more
efficient use of energy in manufacturing, and development of an
economy more efficient in its use of secondary materials.
   (b) Because of the expansion of recycling collection programs in
the state, there is a need to aggressively develop new markets for
scrap glass.
   (c) The use of scrap glass in the manufacture of fiberglass
products sold in California will contribute significantly to
developing markets for recycled glass.
   (d) The use of cullet in fiberglass manufacturing presents no
significant technical or financial barriers to industry or consumers,
if the cullet meets minimum quality specifications.
   (e) In order to enhance the availability and efficiency of
recycling opportunities, it is in the best interest of the health and
safety of the people of the state to make alternative markets for
recycled glass economically feasible.



19501.  This division shall be known and may be cited as the
Fiberglass Recycled Content Act of 1991.



19502.  For purposes of this division, the following definitions
shall apply:
   (a) "Cullet" means postconsumer glass from food, drink, or
beverage containers, or any other glass not generated by fiberglass
manufacturing.
   (b) "Department" means the Department of Conservation.
   (c) "Fiberglass manufacturer" means a person who uses glass in the
commercial manufacture of building insulation fiberglass for
wholesale or retail sale in the state.
   (d) "Building insulation" means a fiberglass batt, blanket, loose
fill or spray-in-place material primarily designed and used to resist
heat flow, that is installed in roofs, ceilings, walls, and floors
of buildings.


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