(1)“Post-consumer Waste” means a finished material that would normally be disposed of as solid waste, having completed its life cycle as a consumer item. “Post-consumer Waste” does not include manufacturing waste.
(2)“Recycled Material” means any material that would otherwise be a useless, unwanted or discarded material except for the fact that the material still has useful physical or chemical properties after serving a specific purpose and can, therefore, be reused or recycled.
(3)“Recycled PETE Product” means a product containing post-consumer polyethylene terephthalate material.
(4)“Secondary Waste Materials” means fragments of products or finished products of a manufacturing process that has converted a virgin resource into a commodity of real economic value, and includes post-consumer waste, but does not include excess virgin resources of the manufacturing process. For paper, “secondary waste materials” does not include fibrous waste generated during the manufacturing process such as fibers recovered from waste water or trimmings of paper machine rolls, mill broke, wood slabs, chips, sawdust or other wood residue from a manufacturing process.
Rule 125-246-0320 — Recycling; Definitions,