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(A) General. Waste haulers shall dispose of hauled wastes permitted by this subchapter according to rules for land application as found in state law or at a location designated by the Director. Waste haulers may also dispose of hauled wastes at municipal wastewater treatment plants outside the city where such wastes are accepted. Hours for disposal at the city facilities shall be from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except as pre-approved with the Director. Waste haulers shall maintain the designated disposal location in a clean and orderly condition to avoid noxious odors and unsanitary conditions.
(2013 Code, § 28-65)
(B) Standards for disposal.
(1) Under this subchapter, disposal of wastes to the POTW or mudpit waste disposal area shall be carried out in accordance with all federal, state and local laws, including the city’s Industrial Pretreatment Ordinance. The Director may reject wastes from any waste hauler who does not comply with this section or with any section of this subchapter.
(2) Waste haulers shall deliver wastes in accordance with the following.
(a) No industrial/commercial waste other than grease trap waste shall be delivered to the POTW unless it can be shown that the waste is only domestic septage or mudpit waste.
(b) No hazardous wastes, as defined in 40 C.F.R. part 261 or I.C.A. Ch. 455B, shall be delivered.
(c) Mudpit wastes shall be delivered to the mudpit waste storage area in accordance with the mudpit waste disposal program.
(d) No mudpit wastes shall be delivered to the mudpit waste storage area that would cause the city to be in non-compliance with the state’s rules on petroleum-contaminated soils.
(e) Domestic septage and grease trap wastes shall be delivered to the POTW in accordance with the septage and grease trap waste disposal program.
(f) No wastes shall be delivered from an animal confinement facility.
(g) No wastes shall be delivered from a vehicle also used to transport hazardous or toxic wastes detrimental to the POTW or mudpit waste disposal area.
(2013 Code, § 28-66)
(Ord. 14461, passed 5-23-1994) Penalty, see § 52.999