§ 10-28  REFUSE DISPOSAL FOR PARKS; INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL.
   1.   The storage, collection and disposal of refuse in the park shall be so managed as to create no health hazards, rodent harborage, insect-breeding areas, accident or fire hazards, or air pollution.
   2.   All refuse shall be stored in fly-tight, water-tight and rodent-proof containers, which shall be located within 150 feet of any home or travel trailer space. Containers shall be provided in sufficient numbers and capacity to properly store all refuse.
   3.   Racks or holders shall be provided for all refuse containers. Such container racks or holders shall be so designated as to prevent containers from being tipped, to minimize spillage and container deterioration, and to facilitate cleaning around them. Lids for containers shall be permanently connected to racks or holders with chains or other flexible materials.
   4.   All refuse shall be collected at least once weekly, or as otherwise required by the Health Official. Where municipal garbage collection is not available, the park operator shall either employ a private agency or provide this service. All refuse shall be collected and transported in covered vehicles or covered containers.
   5.   Where municipal or other private disposal service is not available, the park operator shall dispose of the refuse by transporting to an approved disposal site, as directed by the Health Official. Refuse shall be buried only at locations and by methods approved by the Health Official, and in accordance with the ordinances of the city.
   6.   When municipal refuse disposal service is available, it must be used.
   7.   Insect and rodent control measures to safeguard public health, as required by the Health Official, shall be applied in the park.
   8.   Effective larvicidal solutions may be required by the Health Official for fly or mosquito-breeding areas which cannot be controlled by other, more permanent measures.
   9.   The Health Official may require the park operator to take suitable measures to control other insects and obnoxious weeds.
   10.   Accumulations of debris which may provide harborage for rodents shall not be permitted in the park.
   11.   When rats or other objectionable rodents are known to be in the park, the park operator shall take definite action, as directed by the Health Official, to exterminate them.