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Title XVI CONSERVATION, RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 260

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  260.221.  Processed recycled asphalt shingles — definitions — use without permit, when. — 1.  As used in this section, the following terms mean:

  (1)  "Processed recycled asphalt shingles", recycled asphalt shingles that do not contain extraneous metals, glass, rubber, nails, soil, brick, tars, paper, wood, and plastics and that have been reduced in size to produce a commercially reasonable usable product.  Processed recycled asphalt shingles shall also be considered clean fill, as such term is defined in section 260.200;

  (2)  "Recycled asphalt shingles", manufacture waste scrap shingles and postconsumer, tear-off scrap shingles that are accumulated as products for commercial purposes related to recycling or reuse as processed recycled asphalt shingles.

  2.  Processed recycled asphalt shingles may be used for fill, reclamation, and other beneficial purposes without a permit under sections 260.200 to 260.345 if such processed recycled asphalt shingles are inspected for toxic and hazardous substances in accordance with requirements established by the department of natural resources, provided that processed recycled asphalt shingles shall not be used for such purposes within five hundred feet of any lake, river, sink hole, perennial stream, or ephemeral stream, and shall not be used for such purposes below surface level and closer than fifty feet above the water table.

  3.  This section shall not be construed to authorize the abandonment, accumulation, placement, or storage of recycled asphalt shingles or processed recycled asphalt shingles on any real property without the consent of the real property owner.

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(L. 2022 H.B. 2485)


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