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(a) Except as provided in this Chapter, no person, other than the owner of the property where the construction and demolition debris was generated, may transport and no person may process construction and demolition debris unless that person has a registration from the Department as provided in this Chapter. Except as provided in this Chapter, all construction and demolition debris, regardless of transport or volume, must be processed at a registered facility.
(b) A person conducting full demolition of an existing structure must submit a waste diversion plan to the Director which provides for a minimum of 65% diversion from landfill of construction and demolition debris, including materials source separated for reuse or recycling which would otherwise not be subject to this Chapter. The plan may propose to use facilities and transporters that are not registered under this Chapter. The waste diversion plan must be submitted to the Director at the time the person applies for a demolition permit from the Department of Building Inspection and must include the following information: a list of all material types and volumes anticipated from the demolition; the market or destination for each material; the estimated recovery rate (diversion from landfill) by material or market; and the anticipated transporter for each material type. The Director shall make a determination as to the adequacy of the plan within five (5) business days and shall notify the Department of Building Inspection of its decision.
(Added by Ord. 27-06, File No. 051142, App. 2/16/2006)