(a)  Facilities shall be provided for all solid wastes to be collected and stored in leak‑proof, nonabsorbent containers, and all solid wastes shall be removed daily or more often and disposed of in a community solid waste disposal facility or in a sanitary landfill to be constructed in the area.  Solid wastes shall be placed in the landfill, compacted as densely as possible, and covered after each day of operation with a compacted layer of at least six inches of dirt.

(b)  Approved receptacles having a maximum capacity of 32 gallons shall be provided at places conveniently located throughout the activity, camping and parking areas, and at each food service facility for the deposition of solid wastes.

(c)  If bulk solid waste storage containers are used, at least two four‑cubic‑yard containers shall be provided per 1,000 persons in the case of once‑daily removal, or two two‑cubic‑yard containers per 1,000 persons in the case of twice‑daily removal, and these containers shall be so located as to be accessible to solid waste service vehicles.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 130A‑257;

Eff. February 1, 1976;

Readopted Eff. December 5, 1977.