74 O.S. § 85.51. Definitions

As used in the Oklahoma State Recycling and Recycled Materials Procurement Act:
  1. "Office" means the Office of Management and Enterprise Services;
  2. "Paper recycling" means the processing of scrap paper or other such recoverable waste paper into reusable products. Such collection and recycling of recoverable waste paper shall be done in an environmentally acceptable manner;
  3. "State public entity" means the State Legislature, any bureau, agency, board, commission, or authority of the state, the office of the Governor, the judiciary, or any state university, school district, or county of the state which is supported in whole or in part by state funds;
  4. "Recoverable waste paper" generated by businesses or consumers, which has served its intended use and has been separated from solid waste for purposes of collection and recycling, shall include, but is not limited to, such paper as computer cards, computer print-out papers, copy paper, white office papers, colored office papers, corrugated boxes, newspapers, envelope coatings, bindery trimmings, printing scrap and butt rolls. Mill broke repulped internally within a paper manufacturing facility shall not be considered recoverable waste paper;
  5. "Director" means the Director of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services;
  6. "Division" means the Purchasing Division of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services;
  7. "Recycled paper products" means all paper products manufactured from recoverable waste paper with not less than ten percent (10%) of their total weight consisting of waste paper.
  8. "Products manufactured with recycled materials" means products that contain at least a minimum percentage of specified materials recovered from the recycling of post-consumer products as defined in rules and regulations promulgated by the Division;
  9. "Recyclable materials" means materials or products which are capable of being recycled, including but not limited to paper, glass, plastics, metals, automobile oil, and batteries. Refuse-derived fuel or other material that is destroyed by incineration is not a recyclable material; and
  10. "Uncoated" means not coated with plastic, clay, or other material used to create a glossy finish.