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No material, other than acceptable fill materials as defined herein, shall be used in any fill.
(A) Acceptable fill materials:
(1) Soils. All earth materials, whether organic or inorganic, which have resulted from natural processes such as weathering, decay, and chemical action, in which more than 35% by weight of the grains or particles will pass a No. 200 sieve.
(2) Granular materials. Natural or synthetic mineral aggregate such as broken or crushed rock, gravel, slag, sand, or cinders which can be readily incorporated in an eight-inch layer, and in which at least 65% by weight of the grains or particles are retained on a No. 200 sieve.
(3) Shale. Laminated material formed by the consolidation in nature of soil, having a finely stratified structure.
(4) Rock. Sandstone, limestone, glacial boulders, brick, and old concrete which cannot readily be incorporated in an eight-inch layer.
(5) Random material. A mixture of previously defined materials which can be readily incorporated in an eight-inch layer.
(B) The top eight inches of any fill shall be soil or granular materials as defined in divisions (A)(1) and (2) above.
('91 Code § 151.34) (Ord. 2222, passed 1-18-68) Penalty, see § 152.99