40 CFR 60.301 - Definitions.
(a)Grain means corn, wheat, sorghum, rice, rye, oats, barley, and soybeans.
(b)Grain elevator means any plant or installation at which grain is unloaded, handled, cleaned, dried, stored, or loaded.
(c)Grain terminal elevator means any grain elevator which has a permanent storage capacity of more than 88,100 m 3 (ca. 2.5 million U.S. bushels), except those located at animal food manufacturers, pet food manufacturers, cereal manufacturers, breweries, and livestock feedlots.
(e)Railcar means railroad hopper car or boxcar.
(f)Grain storage elevator means any grain elevator located at any wheat flour mill, wet corn mill, dry corn mill (human consumption), rice mill, or soybean oil extraction plant which has a permanent grain storage capacity of 35,200 m 3 (ca. 1 million bushels).
(l)Grain handling operations include bucket elevators or legs (excluding legs used to unload barges or ships), scale hoppers and surge bins (garners), turn heads, scalpers, cleaners, trippers, and the headhouse and other such structures.
(m)Column dryer means any equipment used to reduce the moisture content of grain in which the grain flows from the top to the bottom in one or more continuous packed columns between two perforated metal sheets.
(o)Unloading leg means a device which includes a bucket-type elevator which is used to remove grain from a barge or ship.