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No commercial establishment, dwelling, householder or other person or entity, including the City and County of San Francisco, shall place out for regular refuse collection any construction and demolition debris. Unless otherwise required by Chapter 14 of the Environment Code or acceptable in an on-site residential or commercial recycling or composting collection program, construction and demolition debris must be disposed of at a construction and demolition debris facility registered pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Environment Code. For purposes of this section, construction and demolition debris means building materials and solid waste generated by construction and demolition activities, including but not limited to: fully-cured asphalt, concrete, brick, rock, soil, lumber, gypsum wallboard, cardboard and other associated packaging, roofing material, ceramic tile, carpeting, fixtures, plastic pipe, metals, tree stumps, and other vegetative matter resulting from land clearing and landscaping for construction, deconstruction, demolition or land developments. Construction and demolition debris does not include any refuse regulated under the 1932 Refuse Collection and Disposal Initiative Ordinance or sections of the Municipal Code that implement the provisions of that ordinance. Hazardous waste, as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 25100 et seq., as amended, is not construction and demolition debris for purposes of this section.
(Added by Ord. 27-06, File No. 051142, App. 2/16/2006)