(1)“Air conveying system” means an air moving device, such as a fan or blower, associated ductwork, and a cyclone or other collection device, the purpose of which is to move material from one point to another by entrainment in a moving airstream.
(2)“Design criteria” means the numerical as well as verbal description of the basis of design, including but not necessarily limited to design flow rates, temperatures, humidities, contaminant descriptions in terms of types and chemical species, mass emission rates, concentrations, and specification of desired results in terms of final emission rates and concentrations, and scopes of vendor supplies and owner-supplied equipment and utilities, and a description of any operational controls.
(3)“Domestic waste” means combustible household waste, other than wet garbage, such as paper, cardboard, leaves, yard clippings, wood, or similar materials generated in a dwelling housing four (4) families or less, or on the real property on which the dwelling is situated.
(4)“Fireplace” is defined in OAR 340-262-0450 (Definitions).
(5)“Grants Pass Urban Growth Area” and “Grants Pass Area” means the area within the Grants Pass Urban Growth Boundary as shown on the Plan and Zoning Maps for the City of Grants Pass as of 1 February 1988.
(6)“Klamath Falls Nonattainment Area” means the area as defined in OAR 340-204-0010 (Definitions).
(7)“La Grande Urban Growth Area” means the area within the La Grande Urban Growth Boundary as shown on the Plan and Zoning Maps for the City of La Grande as of 1 October 1991.
(8)“Lakeview Urban Growth Area” means the area within the Lakeview Urban Growth Boundary as shown on the Plan and Zoning Maps for the Town of Lakeview as of 25 October 1993.
(9)“Open burning” means burning conducted in such a manner that combustion air and combustion products may not be effectively controlled including, but not limited to, burning conducted in open outdoor fires, burn barrels, and backyard incinerators.
(10)“Rebuilt boiler” means a physical change after April 29, 1988, to a wood-waste boiler or its air-contaminant emission control system which is not considered a modified source and for which the fixed, depreciable capital cost of added or replacement components equals or exceeds fifty percent of the fixed depreciable cost of a new component which has the same productive capacity.
(11)“Refuse” means unwanted material.
(12)“Refuse burning equipment” means a device designed to reduce the volume of solid, liquid, or gaseous refuse by combustion.
(13)“Wigwam waste burner” means a burner which consists of a single combustion chamber, has the general features of a truncated cone, and is used for the incineration of wastes.
(14)“Wood waste boiler” means equipment which uses indirect heat transfer from the products of combustion of wood waste to provide heat or power.
Rule 340-240-0030 — Definitions,