(A)   All municipal solid waste shall be transported directly from the point of collection and delivered in accordance with this subchapter to a solid waste acceptance facility (either a county facility or any other lawfully permitted facility), without any intervening transfer, unloading, processing, sorting, salvaging, scavenging, or reuse, except as may be allowed under the terms of the license issued hereunder.
   (B)   Special handling wastes shall be transported from the point of collection and delivered in accordance with this subchapter to a facility authorized by law to accept them.
   (C)   Upon reasonable advance notice to the hauler, the county may designate or change the site designation for disposal of any waste or recyclable material.
   (D)   No person shall use any county facility without a valid license as may be required by this subchapter and which has been obtained from the county or use any county facility in violation of this subchapter. A license issued pursuant to this subchapter may be revoked at any time for any cause determined sufficient by the county after reasonable notice and an opportunity for the licensee to be heard.
   (E)   No person shall possess or consume any alcoholic beverage or beverages at any county facility.
   (F)   No person shall operate a motor vehicle in a reckless or unsafe manner at a county facility.
   (G)   No person shall trespass on county facility property. Except on a county MRF, only persons with valid permits shall be allowed on county facility property, and they shall be allowed only during operating hours and when accompanied by authorized county personnel. The operator of a county MRF shall take precaution to secure its property against trespassers.
   (H)   Except in the course of law enforcement, no person shall discharge a firearm or other weapon such that it projects any object over or onto property of a county facility.
(2004 Code, § 185-5) (Ord. 94, passed 5-21-1992) Penalty, see § 50.99