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(a) Multi-family owners or operators shall comply with the following requirements:
(2) Multi-family premises that generate two (2) cubic yards or more of total solid waste, recyclable materials, and organic materials per week (or other threshold defined by the State) that arrange for gardening or landscaping services shall require that the contract or work agreement between the owner, occupant, or operator of a multi-family premises and a gardening or landscaping service specifies that the designated organic materials generated by those services be managed in compliance with this chapter.
(3) Owner or operator of a multi-family premises, with the consent of the collector or CRMC if owner or operator of the multi-family premises requires modification or alteration of any containers and subject to any required approval from the County, may implement a remote monitoring program for inspection of the contents of its discarded materials containers for the purpose of monitoring the contents of containers to determine appropriate levels of service and to identify prohibited container contaminants.
(b) Multi-family premises in densely-populated areas shall comply with the following:
(1) Achieve a minimum diversion service level ratio that meets or exceeds the County's multi-family and commercial diversion service level ratio requirement of 35%, unless exempt under a waiver approved by this chapter.
(2) Supply and allow access to adequate number, size, and location of discarded materials collection containers for employees, contractors, and tenants, consistent with its recyclable materials, organic materials, and solid waste collection service or in a manner that supports compliance with self-haul requirements of sections 68.570 and 68.572 of this chapter.
(3) Annually provide information to employees, contractors, and tenants about organic waste recovery requirements and about proper sorting of designated organic materials and designated recyclable materials.
(4) Provide education information before or within fourteen (14) days of occupation of the premises to new tenants that describes requirements to keep designated organic materials and designated recyclable materials separate from solid waste and the location of containers for discarded materials and the rules governing their use at each property.
(5) Provide or arrange access for County or its designee to their properties during all inspections conducted in accordance with this chapter to confirm compliance with the requirements of this chapter.
(6) Accommodate and cooperate with implementation and operation of a remote monitoring program for inspection of the contents of containers for prohibited container contaminants. The remote monitoring program may involve installation by County, collector, or CRMC of remote monitoring equipment on or in the recyclable materials, organic materials, and solid waste containers used by the multi-family premises.
(Added by Ord. No. 10729 (N.S.), effective 6-4-21)