Transport without carrier permit prohibited
- • exceptions
(1) No person shall collect or transport waste tires for the purpose of storage, processing or disposal or purport to be in the business of collecting or transporting waste tires unless the person has a waste tire carrier permit issued by the Department of Environmental Quality under ORS 459.705 (Definitions for ORS 459.705 to 459.790) to 459.790 (Exceptions to ORS 459.705 to 459.785).
(2) As a condition to holding a permit issued under subsection (1) of this section, each waste tire carrier shall:
(b) Report periodically to the department on numbers of waste tires transported and the manner of disposition.
(c) Maintain financial assurance in the amount of $5,000 in the name of the State of Oregon.
(d) Maintain other plans and exhibits pertaining to the tire carrier operation as determined by the department to be reasonably necessary to protect the public health, welfare or safety or the environment.
(3) Subsection (1) of this section shall not apply to:
(a) A solid waste collector operating under a license or franchise from a local government unit.
(b) A private individual transporting the individual’s own waste tires to a processor or for proper disposal.
(c) A private carrier transporting the carrier’s own waste tires to a processor or for proper disposal.
(d) The United States, the State of Oregon, any county, city, town or municipality in this state or any agency of the United States, the State of Oregon or a county, city, town or municipality of this state. [1991 c.882 §2]
Note: 459.712 (Transport without carrier permit prohibited) was added to and made a part of 459.705 (Definitions for ORS 459.705 to 459.790) to 459.790 (Exceptions to ORS 459.705 to 459.785) by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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