Facility. All buildings, equipment, structures and other stationary items that are located and operated on a single site or on contiguous or adjacent sites that are owned or operated by the same person(s) and relate to a common product or service, except state and federal facilities and public educational institutions.
FTE. A full-time equivalent employee. For purposes of section 3.694, the number of FTEs shall be calculated by dividing the number of paid hours worked at the facility by all employees during the calendar year preceding payment of the fee by 2,080.
Hazardous substance user. Any business that operates a stationary facility within the city limits of Eugene that:
(a) Has 10 or more FTEs;
(b) Has a SIC code between 2000 and 3999 inclusive; and
(c) Uses any quantity of hazardous substances (above zero) in its manufacturing processes.
SIC. Standard Industrial Classification categories as listed in Standard Industrial Classification Manual (Office of Management and Budget, 1987).
Material Accounting Threshold. The quantity of total inputs of a particular chemical during a calendar year, below which a full accounting of inputs and outputs of that chemical is not required. Should total inputs of a chemical fall between this threshold and the reporting threshold, the total input quantity is required to be reported.
Reporting Threshold. The quantity of total inputs of a particular chemical during a calendar year, below which that chemical is not required to be reported. Should total inputs of a chemical fall between this threshold and the material accounting threshold, the total input quantity is required to be reported.