AN ACT TO CLARIFY THAT THE TERM "LITTER" INCLUDES YARD WASTE.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Further amends GS 14-399, concerning littering offenses. Excepts from the littering prohibition on private or public property the accidental blowing, scattering, or spilling of an insignificant amount of municipal solid waste or yard waste (previously, did not include yard waste) during the automated loading or unloading (previously, did not include unloading) of a vehicle designed and constructed to transport municipal solid waste or yard waste if the vehicle is operated in a reasonable manner and according to manufacturer specifications.
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