, Kingston, NH


February 23, 2012

Kingston Town Warrant


J. Recharge Area: The land surface area from which groundwater recharge occurs.

K. Sludge: Residual materials produced by the sewage treatment process.

L. Solid Waste: Any discarded or abandoned material including refuse, putrescible material, septage, or sludge, as defined by New Hampshire Solid Waste Rules He-P 1901.03. Solid waste includes solid, liquid, semi-solid, or certain gaseous waste material resulting from residential, industrial, commercial,mining, and agricultural operations.

M. Structure: Anything constructed or erected, except a boundary wall or fence, the use of which requires location on the ground or attachment to something on the ground. For the purposes of this Ordinance, buildings are structures.

N. Toxic or Hazardous Materials: Any substance or mixture of such physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics as to pose a significant, actual or potential hazard to water supplies, or other hazard to human health, if such substance or mixture were discharged to land or waters of this Town. Toxic or hazardous materials include, without limitation, volatile organic chemicals, petroleum products, heavy metals, radioactive or infectious wastes, acids and alkalis, and include products such as pesticides, herbicides, solvents and thinners, and such other substances as defined in New Hampshire Water Supply and Pollution Control Rules, Section Ws 410.04 (l), in New Hampshire Solid Waste Rules He-P 1901.03 (v), and in the Code of Federal Regulations 40 CFR 261. Wastes generated by the following commercial activities are presumed to be toxic or hazardous, unless and except to the extent that anyone engaging in such an activity can demonstrate the contrary to the satisfaction of the Planning Board:

Airplane, boat and motor vehicle service and repair;

Chemical and bacteriological laboratory operation;

Dry Cleaning;

Electronic circuit manufacturing;

Metal plating, finishing and polishing;

Motor and machinery service and assembly;

Painting, wood preserving and furniture stripping;

Pesticide and herbicide application;

Photographic processing;



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