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Maryland Code, Economic Development § 5-901

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(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

(b)(1) “Dredged material” means material that is dredged from the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries.

(2) “Dredged material” includes sand, silt, sediment, shell, rock, soil, and waste matter.

(c) “Dredged material reuse facility” means a facility that dewaters, analyzes for contaminants, dries, and processes dredged material for reuse.

(d) “Program” means the Dredged Material Disposal Alternatives Program under this subtitle.

(e) “Reuse” means the recycling of dredged material for use in another product, including commercial and industrial uses.

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