NORTH COAST UNIFIED AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

SECTION 6

REQUIREMENTS FOR USE OF SALE OF ASBESTOS-CONTAINING SERPENTINE MATERIAL


RULE 6-130 - DEFINITIONS

  1. AGGREGATE: A mixture of mineral fragments, sand, gravel, rocks, or similar minerals.

  2. ALLUVIAL DEPOSIT: Any deposit of sediments laid down by running water including but not limited to streams and rivers.

  3. ARB TEST METHOD 435: The test method specified in Title 17, California Code of Regulations, Section 94147.

  4. ASBESTOS: Asbestiforms of the following hydrated minerals: chrysotile (fibrous serpentine), crocidolite (fibrous riebecktite), amosite (fibrous cummingtonite-grunerite), fibrous tremolite, fibrous actinolite, and fibrous anthophyllite.

  5. ASBESTOS-CONTAINING SERPENTINE MATERIAL: Serpentine material that has an asbestos content greater than one percent (1%), as determined by ARB Test Method 435.

  6. RECEIPT: Any written acknowledgement that a specified amount of serpentine material was received, delivered or purchased. Receipts include, but are not limited to, bills of sale, bills of lading, and notices of transfer.

  7. ROAD SURFACE: The traveled way of a road and any shoulder which extends up to 10 feet from the edge of the traveled way.

  8. SAND AND GRAVEL OPERATION: Any aggregate-producing facility operating in alluvial deposits.

  9. SERPENTINE: Any form of hydrous magnesium silicate minerals - including, but not limited to, antigorite, lizardite, and chrysotile.

  10. SERPENTINE MATERIAL: Any material that contains at least ten percent (10%) serpentine as determined by a registered geologist. The registered geologist must document precisely how the serpentine content of the material in question was determined.

  11. SURFACING: The act of covering any surface used for purposes of pedestrian, vehicular, or non-vehicular travel including, but not limited to, roads, road shoulders, streets, alleys, lanes, driveways, parking lots, playgrounds, trails, squares, plazas and fairgrounds.