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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42950



42950.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Agricultural purposes" means the use of waste tires as
bumpers on agricultural equipment or as a ballast to maintain covers
or structures at an agricultural site.
   (b) (1) "Altered waste tire" means a waste tire that has been
baled, shredded, chopped, or split apart. "Altered waste tire" does
not mean crumb rubber.
   (2) "Alteration" or "altering," with reference to a waste tire,
means an action that produces an altered waste tire.
   (c) "Applicant" means any person seeking to register as a waste
tire hauler.
   (d) "Baled tire" means either a whole or an altered tire that has
been compressed and then secured with a binding material for the
purpose of reducing its volume.
   (e) "Common carrier" means a "common carrier," as defined in
Section 211 of the Public Utilities Code.
   (f) "Crumb rubber" means rubber granules derived from a waste tire
that are less than or one-quarter inch or six millimeters in size.
   (g) "Repairable tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire
that is retreadable, recappable, or regrooveable, or that can be
otherwise repaired to return the tire to use as a vehicle tire, and
that meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code and Title
13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (h) "Scrap tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire that is
not a repairable tire.
   (i) "Tire derived product" means material that meets both of the
following requirements:
   (1) Is derived from a process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents as a feedstock. A process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents includes, but is not limited to, shredding, crumbing, or
chipping.
   (2) Has been sold and removed from the processing facility.
   (j) "Used tire" means a tire that meets both of the following
requirements:
   (1) The tire is no longer mounted on a vehicle but is still
suitable for use as a vehicle tire.
   (2) The tire meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code
and of Title 13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (k) "Waste tire" means a tire that is no longer mounted on a
vehicle and is no longer suitable for use as a vehicle tire due to
wear, damage, or deviation from the manufacturer's original
specifications. A waste tire includes a repairable tire, scrap tire,
and altered waste tire, but does not include a tire derived product,
crumb rubber, or a used tire.
   (l) "Waste tire generator" or "waste tire generating business"
means any person as defined by Section 40170 whose act or process
produces waste tires as defined in Section 42807, causes a waste tire
hauler to transport those waste tires, or otherwise causes waste
tires to become subject to regulation. "Waste tire generator" or
"waste tire generating business" does not include a person who
transports 10 or fewer waste tires at any one time.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42950



42950.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Agricultural purposes" means the use of waste tires as
bumpers on agricultural equipment or as a ballast to maintain covers
or structures at an agricultural site.
   (b) (1) "Altered waste tire" means a waste tire that has been
baled, shredded, chopped, or split apart. "Altered waste tire" does
not mean crumb rubber.
   (2) "Alteration" or "altering," with reference to a waste tire,
means an action that produces an altered waste tire.
   (c) "Applicant" means any person seeking to register as a waste
tire hauler.
   (d) "Baled tire" means either a whole or an altered tire that has
been compressed and then secured with a binding material for the
purpose of reducing its volume.
   (e) "Common carrier" means a "common carrier," as defined in
Section 211 of the Public Utilities Code.
   (f) "Crumb rubber" means rubber granules derived from a waste tire
that are less than or one-quarter inch or six millimeters in size.
   (g) "Repairable tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire
that is retreadable, recappable, or regrooveable, or that can be
otherwise repaired to return the tire to use as a vehicle tire, and
that meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code and Title
13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (h) "Scrap tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire that is
not a repairable tire.
   (i) "Tire derived product" means material that meets both of the
following requirements:
   (1) Is derived from a process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents as a feedstock. A process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents includes, but is not limited to, shredding, crumbing, or
chipping.
   (2) Has been sold and removed from the processing facility.
   (j) "Used tire" means a tire that meets both of the following
requirements:
   (1) The tire is no longer mounted on a vehicle but is still
suitable for use as a vehicle tire.
   (2) The tire meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code
and of Title 13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (k) "Waste tire" means a tire that is no longer mounted on a
vehicle and is no longer suitable for use as a vehicle tire due to
wear, damage, or deviation from the manufacturer's original
specifications. A waste tire includes a repairable tire, scrap tire,
and altered waste tire, but does not include a tire derived product,
crumb rubber, or a used tire.
   (l) "Waste tire generator" or "waste tire generating business"
means any person as defined by Section 40170 whose act or process
produces waste tires as defined in Section 42807, causes a waste tire
hauler to transport those waste tires, or otherwise causes waste
tires to become subject to regulation. "Waste tire generator" or
"waste tire generating business" does not include a person who
transports 10 or fewer waste tires at any one time.



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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 42950

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 42950



42950.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Agricultural purposes" means the use of waste tires as
bumpers on agricultural equipment or as a ballast to maintain covers
or structures at an agricultural site.
   (b) (1) "Altered waste tire" means a waste tire that has been
baled, shredded, chopped, or split apart. "Altered waste tire" does
not mean crumb rubber.
   (2) "Alteration" or "altering," with reference to a waste tire,
means an action that produces an altered waste tire.
   (c) "Applicant" means any person seeking to register as a waste
tire hauler.
   (d) "Baled tire" means either a whole or an altered tire that has
been compressed and then secured with a binding material for the
purpose of reducing its volume.
   (e) "Common carrier" means a "common carrier," as defined in
Section 211 of the Public Utilities Code.
   (f) "Crumb rubber" means rubber granules derived from a waste tire
that are less than or one-quarter inch or six millimeters in size.
   (g) "Repairable tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire
that is retreadable, recappable, or regrooveable, or that can be
otherwise repaired to return the tire to use as a vehicle tire, and
that meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code and Title
13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (h) "Scrap tire" means a worn, damaged, or defective tire that is
not a repairable tire.
   (i) "Tire derived product" means material that meets both of the
following requirements:
   (1) Is derived from a process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents as a feedstock. A process using waste tires or waste tire
equivalents includes, but is not limited to, shredding, crumbing, or
chipping.
   (2) Has been sold and removed from the processing facility.
   (j) "Used tire" means a tire that meets both of the following
requirements:
   (1) The tire is no longer mounted on a vehicle but is still
suitable for use as a vehicle tire.
   (2) The tire meets the applicable requirements of the Vehicle Code
and of Title 13 of the California Code of Regulations.
   (k) "Waste tire" means a tire that is no longer mounted on a
vehicle and is no longer suitable for use as a vehicle tire due to
wear, damage, or deviation from the manufacturer's original
specifications. A waste tire includes a repairable tire, scrap tire,
and altered waste tire, but does not include a tire derived product,
crumb rubber, or a used tire.
   (l) "Waste tire generator" or "waste tire generating business"
means any person as defined by Section 40170 whose act or process
produces waste tires as defined in Section 42807, causes a waste tire
hauler to transport those waste tires, or otherwise causes waste
tires to become subject to regulation. "Waste tire generator" or
"waste tire generating business" does not include a person who
transports 10 or fewer waste tires at any one time.


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