New Jersey Revised Statutes § 13:1e-99.84 - Definitions Relative To Mercury Switches In Scrap Vehicles.

13:1E-99.84 Definitions relative to mercury switches in scrap vehicles.

3.As used in this act:

"Capture rate" means the annual removal, collection, and recovery of mercury switches as a percentage of the total number of mercury switches available for removal from end-of-life vehicles;

"Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Environmental Protection;

"Department" means the Department of Environmental Protection;

"End-of-life vehicle" means a vehicle that is sold, given or otherwise conveyed to a vehicle recycler or scrap recycling facility for the purpose of recycling;

"Manufacturer" means a person, firm, association, partnership, corporation, governmental entity, organization, combination, or joint venture which is the last person in the production or assembly process of a new vehicle that utilizes mercury switches, or in the case of an imported vehicle, the importer or domestic distributor of the vehicle;

"Mercury minimization plan" means a plan for removing, collecting and recovering mercury switches from end-of-life vehicles and prepared pursuant to section 4 of this act;

"Mercury switch" means each mercury-containing capsule, commonly known as a "bullet," that is part of a convenience light switch assembly or part of an anti-lock braking system assembly installed in a vehicle. An anti-lock braking system assembly may contain more than one mercury switch;

"Scrap recycling facility" means a fixed location where machinery and equipment are utilized for processing and manufacturing scrap metal into prepared grades and whose principal product is scrap iron, scrap steel or nonferrous metallic scrap for sale for remelting purposes;

"Vehicle" means any passenger car, station wagon, truck, van, or sport utility vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 12,000 pounds; and

"Vehicle recycler" means an individual or entity engaged in the business of acquiring, dismantling or destroying six or more end-of-life vehicles in a calendar year for the primary purpose of resale of their parts.


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