Use for dust suppression or as herbicide
Except to the extent that a use of used oil is prohibited or regulated by federal law, the rules adopted under ORS 459A.590 (Use, management, disposal and resource recovery) shall not prohibit or regulate the use of used oil for dust suppression or as an herbicide if the used oil is generated by a business or industry and does not contain polychlorinated biphenyls, or contain or show a characteristic of hazardous waste as defined in ORS 466.005 (Definitions for ORS 453.635 and 466.005 to 466.385) or is generated by a household and is:
(1) Used on property owned by the generator; or
(2) Generated and used on property leased by the generator or used on property immediately adjacent to property owned or leased by the generator with the written approval of the property owner on whose property the oil is to be applied. [Formerly 468.870]
Note: See note under 459A.552 (Recycling and recovery of used oil).
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