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For the purpose of this title, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings given herein:
COMMERCIAL HAULER: A person other than a private hauler who collects, transports or disposes of solid waste generated in the City, or the City when it is engaged in curbside collection.
CONSTRUCTION OR DEMOLITION MATERIALS: Solid waste from construction or demolition activities, including wood, brick, stone, rubble, concrete, drywall and other building materials, but not including small amounts of such materials that are capable to be collected by curbside collection or other similar methods.
CURBSIDE COLLECTION: The collection service of City-owned containers with a maximum capacity of ninety six (96) gallons for refuse or recyclables.
DIRECTOR: The Director of the City Department of Public Works, or his or her designee.
DISPOSE OR DISPOSAL: To abandon, deposit, inter or otherwise discard material as a final action after it has achieved its use or a use is no longer intended, including the discarding of material at a solid waste management facility.
HAZARDOUS WASTE: A solid waste or combination of solid wastes which is a hazardous waste under the Utah Solid and Hazardous Waste Act, Utah Code section 19-6-101 et seq., as amended, and regulations issued under it.
MULTI-FAMILY DEVELOPMENT: A building comprised of two (2) or more dwelling units.
OWNER: One (1) or more persons owning an interest in a structure, including tenants and other occupants.
PRIVATE HAULER: An owner of a structure who collects, transports or disposes of solid waste generated at his or her structure and who neither gives (except to employees for services actually performed) nor receives any form of consideration for so doing.
RESIDENTIAL COLLECTION: The collection, transportation or disposal of solid waste or recyclables generated by the occupants of a structure which is used for human habitation.
SOLID WASTE: All putrescible and nonputrescible materials or substances discarded or rejected as being spent, useless, worthless, or in excess to the owner's needs at the time of discard or rejection, including, but not limited to, garbage, refuse, industrial and commercial waste, sludges from air or water control facilities, rubbish, ashes, contained gaseous material, incinerator residue, demolition and construction debris, discarded automobiles and offal, but not including sewage and other highly diluted water carried materials or substances and those in gaseous form.
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY: Any facility employed for solid waste management, including, but not limited to, transfer stations, transport systems, baling facilities, landfills, processing systems, including resource recovery facilities or other facilities for reducing solid waste volume, plants and facilities for compacting, composting or pyrolyzing of solid wastes, incinerators and other solid waste disposal, reduction or conversion facilities, and facilities for resource recovery of energy consisting of:
A. Facilities for the production, transmission, distribution and sale of heat and steam; and
B. Facilities for the generation and sale of electric energy.
STRUCTURE: Any building or part thereof in the City, whether or not used for human habitation, including the parcel of real property upon which it is located and any business or activity occurring in the building or on the parcel of real property.
TRANSFER STATION: An intermediate solid waste management facility, the principal purpose of which is to transfer loads of solid waste, with or without reduction of volume, from one (1) transportation unit to another for ultimate disposal at a solid waste management facility. Transfer station also includes an intermediate facility, as described above, at which materials of a like or similar kind are isolated, segregated or otherwise gathered for reutilization by recycling or energy recovery through one (1) or more commercial or Municipal facilities. Transfer station does not include junkyards or salvage yards. (Ord. 2017-14, 6-20-2017)