§ 50.17  RECYCLABLE CORRUGATED CARDBOARD SURCHARGE PROGRAM.
   (A)   Recyclable corrugated cardboard, that is, corrugated cardboard as the term is commonly understood and which businesses and dealers in the area are willing to purchase when it is delivered to them, is a solid waste for which a surcharge will be imposed for the disposition at county’s solid waste management facilities, effective 9-4-2000.
   (B)   Public or private haulers servicing commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental establishments and disposing of loads which constitutes 10% or more of recyclable corrugated cardboard by weight or volume shall pay double the tipping fee per ton at the facility.
   (C)   The County Manager is authorized to promulgate administrative procedures to carry out this chapter.
   (D)   If local waste paper and corrugated cardboard stock dealers refuse to accept recyclable corrugated  cardboard or, if commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental establishments must pay local waste paper and corrugated cardboard stock dealers to recycle recyclable corrugated cardboard, then a review of the program will be conducted by the Board of Commissioners and the continued viability of the section will be determined.
(Ord. O-93-14, passed 9-7-1993; Ord. O-92-24, passed - -; Ord. O-00-23, passed - -)