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Indiana Code Title 13. Environment § 13-11-2-89

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Sec. 89. (a) “Generator”, for purposes of IC 13-22-12, means a person that, during the preceding year, generated hazardous waste in quantities greater than:

(1) one thousand (1,000) kilograms of hazardous waste;  or

(2) one (1) kilogram of acutely toxic waste in any month.

(b) “Generator”, for purposes of IC 13-29-1, means a person who produces or possesses low-level radioactive waste in the course of or incident to manufacturing, power generation, processing, medical diagnosis and treatment, research, or other industrial or commercial activity and who, to the extent required by law, is licensed by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission or a party state to produce or possess such waste.  The term does not include a person who provides a service by arranging for the collection, transportation, treatment, storage, or disposal of wastes generated outside the region.

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