Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-23-07-.05 - VARIOUS FIBER BY-PRODUCTS AND OTHER FILLING MATERIALS

(1) "Dry polymer" means a synthetic rubber-like material either in a viscoelastic or gel form. The words "pad" or "gel" may be used as an adjunctive term.
(2) "Textile clippings" means material that has been made into thread, yarn, or fabric, but not reduced to a fibrous state. If the clippings are made of one (1) type of fiber only, then the generic term of the fiber shall precede the term "textile clippings". If clippings contain more than one (1) type of fiber, the type and percent of each fiber shall be stated on the label.
(3) "Textile fiber by-products" means vegetables and synthetic fibers recovered from various machine operations up to but not including the process of spinning.
(4) "Textile fiber waste" means the combination of fiber of undetermined generic kind.
(5) "Textile fiber of unknown kind" means textile fiber waste.

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Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-23-07-.05
Original rule filed October 22, 2004; effective January 5, 2005.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-5-202, 4-5-204 and 68-15-201 et seq.

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