The following words, terms, and abbreviations when used in this subchapter,
shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
(1) Bill of lading--A shipping document that confirms receipt
of a shipment.
(2) Bulk filter container--A portable device that:
(A) is part of an integrated delivery and retrieval system;
(B) has a capacity greater than 330 gallons.
(3) Component parts--The severable parts of an oil
filter and includes oil present in an oil filter.
(4) Do-it-yourselfer (DIY)--An individual who removes
a used oil filter in the process of an oil change or automotive repair from
the engine of a light duty motor vehicle, small utility engine, noncommercial
motor vehicle, or farm equipment owned or operated by the individual.
(5) Generator--Person whose activities produce used oil
filters. The term does not include do-it-yourselfers.
(6) Process--To prepare a used oil filter for recycling,
steel recovery, energy recovery, or proper disposal.
(7) Processor--A person that processes used oil filters
generated by another person. The term does not include a generator that consolidates,
drains, or crushes used oil filters for off-site recycling or disposal.
(8) Store--To hold in a location for any period.
(9) Storage facility--A location that stores used oil
filters before transportation, processing, recycling, or disposal of the filters.
The term does not include the location of a generator.
(10) Transporter--A person that transports used oil filters
to a location for storage, processing, recycling, or disposal.
(11) Used oil filter--Any device that is an integral part
of an oil flow system, the primary purpose of which is to remove contaminants
from flowing oil contained in the system, and that as a result of use has
become contaminated and unsuitable for its original purpose, is removed from
service, and contains entrapped used oil. The term does not include a filter
attached to the equipment containing the oil flow system. This term continues
to apply regardless of prior processing until, but not after, the filter has
been burned for steel recovery or energy recovery or it is separated into
its component parts.