Section 942.06 | Equipment - refuse.
(A) Equipment used for handling garbage, except for the containers in which the garbage is treated, and conveyances shall not subsequently be used in the feeding of swine unless first cleaned and disinfected in accordance with directions on the labels of one of the following disinfectants approved by the "Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act," 61 Stat. 163 (1947), 7 U.S.C.A. 136, as amended:
(1) A registered brand of sodium orthophenylphenate;
(2) A registered cresylic disinfectant, provided that the conditions set forth under 9 C.F.R. 71.10 and 77.11 are met;
(3) Disinfectants with claims and labeled as efficacious against any species within the viral genus herpes.
(B) Treated or untreated garbage that is not fed to swine and materials associated with such garbage shall be disposed of in a manner consistent with all applicable federal and state laws and in an area inaccessible to the swine.
(C) All refuse resulting from feeding treated garbage to swine that is not fed to swine shall be disposed of in a manner so as to prevent the attraction of insects and rodents or the contamination of adjoining property.
(D) The premises, vehicles, and equipment used in the feeding of treated garbage to swine shall be subject to inspection by the department of agriculture during regular business hours. If the director of agriculture or the director's designee is denied access to any premises as authorized under this division, the director or the director's designee may apply to any court of competent jurisdiction for a search warrant authorizing access to the requested premises. Upon receipt of an application for a search warrant, the court may issue a search warrant for the purposes requested.
(E)(1) The owner of the premises, vehicles, and equipment used in the feeding of treated garbage to swine and licensed pursuant to section 942.02 of the Revised Code shall be responsible for cleaning and disinfecting them with no expense to the department.
(2) The owner of a conveyance is responsible for cleaning and disinfecting the conveyance with no expense to the department.
Available Versions of this Section
- July 17, 2009 – House Bill 1, 128th General Assembly [ View July 17, 2009 Version ]