For purposes of this chapter, the following words or phrases shall have the following meanings.
Residential Waste Collection Agreement, dated September 1, 2020, between Washington County Special Service District No. 1 and Allied Waste Transportation, Inc, a Delaware corporation, d/b/a Republic Services of St. George, licensed to do business in the State of Utah.
A waste receptacle approved by the District, with a capacity of sixty (60) to ninety four (94) gallons, equipped with a tight-fitting, permanently attached lid and wheels for easy movement, and specifically designed for automated and semi-automated pick up.
Residential waste materials with lengths, weights or volumes greater than those allowed for automated containers, including but not limited to stoves, refrigerators, dryers, dishwashers, televisions, hot water tanks, washing machines, household furniture, four (4) or fewer tires, air conditioners, Christmas trees, bicycles, large toys, tree limbs of three - six feet (3 - 6') in length and up to six inches (6") in diameter, and Bags used for seasonal disposal of leaves.  Bulky Waste does not include automobiles, more than four (4) tires, motorcycles, boats, Construction/Demolition Waste, large dead animals, Hazardous Waste, Special Waste and trees (other than Christmas trees) or limbs exceeding six feet (6') in length and six inches (6") in diameter, and other similar items. All items must be free of extraneous materials and shall be capable of being lifted into Republic's collection vehicle by two (2) men.  A resident may not place more than three (3) Bulky Waste items out for collection per call.
The City of Toquerville.
Shall mean or refer to property:
A.  Used primarily in connection with the supply of goods or professional services on a regular basis or in the regular course of business, and for which a business or other license is required by Utah state law or local ordinance; and
B.  A hotel, motel, recreational vehicle rental park used for overnight or short term rental of less than thirty (30) days, or an apartment complex of more than eight (8) units used for a rental term of more than thirty (30) days.
Any person or entity who in the regular course of business or for a fee collects and disposes of commercial waste.
Non-hazardous waste materials produced by businesses or resulting from normal activities on or use of commercial property or premises.
At or near any curb, sidewalk or other location immediately adjacent to any street, highway or road which is safely accessible to Republic's waste collection vehicles.
Washington County Special Service District No. 1.
Any metal container with a volume of 1.5 cubic yards or more, designed for storage of waste and to be compatible with collection equipment.
A solid waste or combination of solid wastes, other than Household Waste, which because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible or incapacitating reversible illness or may pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or otherwise managed, and as further defined in Rule 315-2-3 of the Utah Administrative Code.
Any waste material, including garbage, trash, and sanitary wastes in septic tanks, derived from households, including single-family and multiple-family residences, apartments, hotels and motels, bunk houses, ranger stations, crew quarters, campgrounds, picnic grounds, and day-use recreation areas.
A solid waste that contains or may reasonably be expected to contain pathogens of sufficient virulence and quantity that exposure to the waste by a susceptible host could result in an infectious disease.  Infectious Waste is included in Household Waste unless subject to regulation in accordance with Rule 315-316(1) of the Utah Administrative Code.
Any material or substance included in waste materials that can be put to beneficial re-use or sold in recognized markets for purposes other than disposal, including, without limitation, uncontaminated, non-hazardous corrugated cardboard, white paper, newsprint and other paper; plastics and plastic film; ferrous and non-ferrous metals; and glass or such other items as may be specified from time to time.
Allied Waste Transportation, Inc, a Delaware corporation, d/b/a Republic Services of St. George, licensed to do business in the State of Utah.
The use of property or premises containing a structure which is hooked to culinary water and power and is intended or used for human habitation, including but not limited to:
A.  Single homes;
B.  Mobile homes;
C.  Town homes;
D.  Condominiums;
E.  Short-term vacation rentals (VRBO's) of less than thirty (30) days;
F.  Apartments not contained in or as part of an apartment complex of more than eight (8) units;
G.  Except as may be specified hereinafter, each residential unit or structure on property or premises classified as residential shall be considered a separate residence for purpose of billing and collection.
Household waste, bulky waste, and other non-hazardous waste produced by or resulting from the normal activities on or use of residential property or premises.  Residential Waste includes but is not limited to waste wood, wood products, tree trimmings, grass cuttings, dead plants, seeds, leaves, chips, shavings, saw-dust, printed matter, paper, pasteboard, plastic, aluminum cans, flattened cardboard boxes, wooden boxes, rags, loose straw, used and discarded mattresses, used and discarded clothing, used and discarded shoes and boots, combustible and waste pulp and other products such as are used for packaging or wrapping crockery and glass, cold ashes, cinders, floor sweepings, glass, mineral or metallic substances and any and all other waste materials not included in the definition of bulky waste, construction/demolition waste, dead animals, garbage or hazardous waste.  Residential Waste does not include Special Waste or stable matter as defined herein.
Discarded solid waste that may require special handling or other solid waste that may pose a threat to public safety, human health, or the environment.  Special waste includes:
A.  Ash;
B.  Automobile bodies;
C.  Infectious waste subject to regulation under Rule 315-316(1) of the Utah Administrative Rules;
D.  Waste tires;
E.  Dead animals;
F.  Asbestos;
G.  Waste exempt from the hazardous waste regulations under Rule 315-261-4 of the Utah Administrative Rules;
H.  Very small quantity generator hazardous waste as defined by Rule 315-260-10 of the Utah Administrative Rules;
I.  Waste containing PCBs;
J.  Petroleum contaminated soils;
K.  Waste asphalt;
L.  Sludge; and
M.  Stable matter. (Ord. 2020.19, 11-12-2020)