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SECTION 39-0103
Definitions
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 39
§ 39-0103. Definitions.

The following terms, whenever used or referred to in this article,
shall have the following meanings:

1. "Sewage system cleaner" means (a) any solid or liquid material
intended or used primarily for the purpose of cleaning, treating, or
unclogging any part of a sewage system or (b) any solid or liquid
material intended or used primarily for the purpose of continuously or
automatically deodorizing or disinfecting any part of a sewage system
including but not limited to solid cakes or devices placed in plumbing
fixtures. Excluded from the definition are products intended or used
primarily in the manual surface cleaning, scouring, treating,
deodorizing or disinfecting of common plumbing fixtures.

2. "Sewage system" means any part of a wastewater disposal system,
including but not limited to all toilets, urinals, piping, drains,
sewers, septic tanks, distribution boxes, absorption fields, seepage
pits, cesspools, and dry wells.

3. "Hydrocarbon chemical" means any compound composed of carbon and
hydrogen.

4. "Restricted chemical material" means (a) any halogenated
hydrocarbon chemical (aliphatic or aromatic) including but not limited
to trichloroethane, tetrachloroethylene, methylene chloride, halogenated
benzenes, carbon tetrachloride, or (b) any aromatic hydrocarbon chemical
including but not limited to benzene, toluene, naphthalene, or (c) any
halogenated phenol derivative in which a hydroxide group and two or more
halogen atoms are substituted onto the aromatic carbons of a benzene
ring including but not limited to trichlorophenol, pentachlorophenol, or
(d) acrolein, acrylonitrile, or benzidine.

5. "Restricted geographic areas" means Nassau and Suffolk counties.