The following persons are exempt from the franchise requirement specified above and may transport solid waste without the approval of the county:
   (A)   An owner or occupier of any parcel in the unincorporated area of the county, or the servant of the owner and occupier who personally transports the solid waste, generated only by residential activities on that parcel, to a fully licensed solid waste facility. For purposes of this exemption, RESIDENTIAL WASTE shall mean waste which is transported in an amount less than 1,000 pounds at a time;
   (B)   A transporter of solid waste that is to be temporarily stored in the unincorporated area of the county, until the solid waste can be used, reused or recycled as a raw material for manufactured products. For purposes of this exemption, “manufactured products” does not include materials used as amendments to soil or materials fed to animals;
   (C)   A transporter of solid waste authorized by federal or state law if the authorizing law preempts the requirements imposed by this chapter;
   (D)   A person collecting solid waste in the unincorporated area of the county pursuant to a franchise granted by the Board;
   (E)   A transporter of solid waste generated in an incorporated city in the county under a collection franchise granted by that city if the solid waste is deposited at John Smith Landfill; and
   (F)   The county, or its agent or contractor.
(1966 Code, § 25-25) (Ord. 619, § 2(part); Ord. 724, § 1(part); Ord. 739, § 2)