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104 STAT. 1216 PUBLIC LAW 101-500—NOV. 3, 1990 49 USC app. 2805. Federal Register, publication. 49 USC app. 2806. Federal Register, publication. 49 USC app. 2807. SEC. 6. MOTOR AND RAIL TRANSPORTATION OF NONFOOD PRODUCTS. (a) PROHIBITION.— At a minimum, the regulations issued under section 4(a)(1) shall prohibit any person from using, offering for use, or arranging for the use of a motor vehicle or a rail vehicle, other than a tank truck, rail tank car, or cargo tank described in section 5, to provide transportation of food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics, if such vehicle is used to transport nonfood products included on a list published under subsection (b). (b) LIST OF UNACCEPTABLE NONFOOD PRODUCTS. — (1) PUBLICATiON.—The Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, shall publish in the Federal Register a list of nonfood products which the Secretary has determined would make food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics unsafe to the health of humans or animals as a result of transportation in a motor vehicle or rail vehicle which is used to transport food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics. The Secretary may periodically amend the list by publication in the Federal Register. (2) CARDBOARD, PALLETS, BEVERAGE CONTAINERS, AND OTHER FOOD PACKAGING.— The list published under paragraph (1) shall not include cardboard, pallets, beverage containers, and other food packaging except to the extent the Secretary determines that the transportation of cardboard, pallets, beverage containers, or other food packaging in a motor vehicle or rail vehicle which is used to transport food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics would make the food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics unsafe to the health of humans or animals. SEC. 7. DEDICATED VEHICLES. At a minimum, the regulations issued under section 4(a)(1) shall prohibit any person from using, offering for use, or arranging for the use of a motor vehicle or rail vehicle to provide transportation of asbestos, in forms or quantities determined by the Secretary to be necessary, or of products which present an extreme danger to human or animal health, despite any decontamination, removal, disposal, packaging, or other isolation procedures, unless such motor vehicle or rail vehicle is used only to provide transportation of one or more of the following: asbestos, such extremely dangerous products, refuse. The Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, shall publish in the Federal Register a list of the products covered by this section. The Secretary may periodically amend such list by publication in the Federal Register. SEC. 8. WAIVER AUTHORITY. The Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, may waive, in whole or in part, application of any provision of this Act or any regulations issued under this Act with respect to any class of persons, class of motor vehicles, class of rail vehicles, class of food, food additives, drugs, devices, or cosmetics, class of refuse, or class of nonfood products, if the Secretary determines that such waiver would not result in transportation of food, food additives, drugs.