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As used in OAC Chapter 3745-19 and this subchapter:
AGRICULTURAL WASTE. Any matter generated by crop, horticultural, or livestock production practices, and includes such items as woody debris and plant matter from stream flooding, bags, cartons, structural materials, and landscape wastes that are generated in agricultural activities, but does not include land clearing waste; buildings; garbage; dead animals; motor vehicles and parts thereof; nor economic poisons and containers thereof, unless the manufacturer has identified open burning as a safe disposal procedure.
BONFIRE. An outdoor fire utilized for ceremonial purposes.
ECONOMIC POISONS. Include, but are not restricted to, pesticides such as insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, miticides, nematocides and fumigants; herbicides; seed disinfectants; and defoliants.
GARBAGE. Any matter resulting from the handling, processing, preparation, cooking and consumption of food or food products.
LAND CLEARING WASTE. Plant matter which is removed from land, including plant matter removed from stream banks during projects involving more than one property owner, for the purpose of rendering the land useful for residential, commercial or industrial development.
LANDSCAPE WASTE. Any plant matter, except garbage, including trees, tree trimmings, branches, stumps, brush, weeds, leaves, grass, shrubbery, yard trimmings and crop residues.
OHIO EPA. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Director or agencies delegated authority by such Director pursuant to R.C. § 3704.03 or the Chief of any Ohio Environmental Protection Agency district office.
OPEN BURNING. The burning of any materials wherein air contaminants resulting from combustion are emitted directly into the ambient air without passing through a stack or chimney. Open burning includes the burning of any refuse or salvageable material in any device not subject to or designed specifically to comply with the requirements of OAC 3745-17-09 or 3745-17-10.
RESIDENTIAL WASTE. Any matter, including landscape wastes, generated on a one-, two- or three-family residence as a result of residential activities, but not including garbage.
RESTRICTED AREA. The area within the boundary of any municipal corporation established in accordance with the provisions of R.C. Title 7, plus a zone extending 1,000 feet beyond the boundaries of any such municipal corporation having a population of 1,000 to 10,000 persons and a zone extending one mile beyond any such municipal corporation having a population of 10,000 persons or more according to the latest federal census.
UNRESTRICTED AREA. All areas outside the boundaries of a restricted area as defined in this section.
(Ord. 2009-2, passed 9-14-09)