(410 ILCS 46/10)
    Sec. 10. Definitions. For the purposes of this Act, the words and terms defined in this Section shall have the meaning given, unless the context otherwise clearly requires.
    "Agency" means the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
    "Mercury fever thermometer" means any device containing liquid mercury wherein the liquid mercury is used to measure the internal body temperature of a person.
    "Mercury-added novelty" means a mercury-added product intended for personal or household enjoyment, including but not limited to: toys, figurines, adornments, games, cards, ornaments, yard statues and figurines, candles, jewelry, holiday decorations, and footwear and other items of apparel.
    "Mercury-added product" means a product to which mercury is added intentionally during formulation of manufacture, or a product containing one or more components to which mercury is intentionally added during formulation or manufacture.
    "Health care facility" means any hospital, nursing home, extended care facility, long-term facility, clinic or medical laboratory, State or private health or mental institution, clinic, physician's office, or health maintenance organization.
    "Hospital" means any institution, place, building, or agency, public or private, whether organized for profit or not, devoted primarily to the maintenance and operation of facilities for the diagnosis and treatment or care of 2 or more unrelated persons admitted for overnight stay or longer in order to obtain medical, including obstetric, psychiatric, and nursing, care of illness, disease, injury, infirmity, or deformity.
    "Person" means any individual, partnership, co-partnership, firm, company, limited liability company, corporation, association, joint stock company, trust, estate, political subdivision, State agency, or non-profit organization, or any other legal entity.
    "Zinc air button cell battery" means a battery that resembles a button in size and shape with a zinc anode, an alkaline electrolyte, and a cathode that is capable of catalyzing oxygen when present.
(Source: P.A. 97-1107, eff. 7-1-13.)