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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42750-42756



42750.  "Consumer of newsprint" means a person who uses newsprint in
a commercial printing operation or in a commercial publishing
operation.


42752.  "Deink" or "deinking old newspapers" means a process in
which old newspaper is mixed with water, the paper fibers are
separated to form a paper pulp, and the pulp is cleaned to remove
contaminants.


42753.  "Newsprint" means uncoated paper, whether supercalendered or
machine finished, of the type generally used for, but is not limited
to, the publication of newspapers, commercial advertising inserts,
directories, or commercial advertising mailers, which is made
primarily from mechanical woodpulps combined with some chemical
woodpulp. "Newsprint" includes paper made from old newspapers which
have been deinked, using the recycled pulp in lieu of virgin pulp.
"Newsprint" includes all grades of paper sold as newsprint,
supercalendered (SC) uncoated groundwood, or machine finished (MF)
uncoated groundwood.


42754.  "Old newspaper" or "recovered newspaper" means any newsprint
which is separated from other types of solid waste or collected
separately from other types of solid waste and made available for
reuse in making new newsprint, and which meets quality standards for
use as a raw material in the manufacture of a new paper product.




42755.  "Post consumer waste paper" means a finished material which
would normally be disposed of as a solid waste, having completed its
life cycle as a consumer item, including, but not limited to,
printing plant waste paper.


42756.  "Recycled-content newsprint" means newsprint in which not
less than 40 percent of its fiber consists of post consumer waste
paper.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42750-42756

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42750-42756



42750.  "Consumer of newsprint" means a person who uses newsprint in
a commercial printing operation or in a commercial publishing
operation.


42752.  "Deink" or "deinking old newspapers" means a process in
which old newspaper is mixed with water, the paper fibers are
separated to form a paper pulp, and the pulp is cleaned to remove
contaminants.


42753.  "Newsprint" means uncoated paper, whether supercalendered or
machine finished, of the type generally used for, but is not limited
to, the publication of newspapers, commercial advertising inserts,
directories, or commercial advertising mailers, which is made
primarily from mechanical woodpulps combined with some chemical
woodpulp. "Newsprint" includes paper made from old newspapers which
have been deinked, using the recycled pulp in lieu of virgin pulp.
"Newsprint" includes all grades of paper sold as newsprint,
supercalendered (SC) uncoated groundwood, or machine finished (MF)
uncoated groundwood.


42754.  "Old newspaper" or "recovered newspaper" means any newsprint
which is separated from other types of solid waste or collected
separately from other types of solid waste and made available for
reuse in making new newsprint, and which meets quality standards for
use as a raw material in the manufacture of a new paper product.




42755.  "Post consumer waste paper" means a finished material which
would normally be disposed of as a solid waste, having completed its
life cycle as a consumer item, including, but not limited to,
printing plant waste paper.


42756.  "Recycled-content newsprint" means newsprint in which not
less than 40 percent of its fiber consists of post consumer waste
paper.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42750-42756

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42750-42756



42750.  "Consumer of newsprint" means a person who uses newsprint in
a commercial printing operation or in a commercial publishing
operation.


42752.  "Deink" or "deinking old newspapers" means a process in
which old newspaper is mixed with water, the paper fibers are
separated to form a paper pulp, and the pulp is cleaned to remove
contaminants.


42753.  "Newsprint" means uncoated paper, whether supercalendered or
machine finished, of the type generally used for, but is not limited
to, the publication of newspapers, commercial advertising inserts,
directories, or commercial advertising mailers, which is made
primarily from mechanical woodpulps combined with some chemical
woodpulp. "Newsprint" includes paper made from old newspapers which
have been deinked, using the recycled pulp in lieu of virgin pulp.
"Newsprint" includes all grades of paper sold as newsprint,
supercalendered (SC) uncoated groundwood, or machine finished (MF)
uncoated groundwood.


42754.  "Old newspaper" or "recovered newspaper" means any newsprint
which is separated from other types of solid waste or collected
separately from other types of solid waste and made available for
reuse in making new newsprint, and which meets quality standards for
use as a raw material in the manufacture of a new paper product.




42755.  "Post consumer waste paper" means a finished material which
would normally be disposed of as a solid waste, having completed its
life cycle as a consumer item, including, but not limited to,
printing plant waste paper.


42756.  "Recycled-content newsprint" means newsprint in which not
less than 40 percent of its fiber consists of post consumer waste
paper.

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