|(a) Municipal solid waste (MSW) containing putrescibles
shall be collected a minimum of once weekly to prevent propagation
and attraction of vectors and the creation of public health nuisances.
Collection should be made more frequently in circumstances where vector
breeding or harborage potential is significant.
(b) Transporters of MSW shall be responsible for ensuring
that all solid waste collected is unloaded only at facilities authorized
to accept the type of waste being transported. Off-loading at an unauthorized
location or at a facility not authorized to accept such waste is a
violation of this subchapter. Allowable wastes at a particular solid
waste management facility may be determined by reviewing the following
regulations as applicable:
(1) §330.5 of this title (relating to Classification
of Municipal Solid Waste Facilities);
(2) Subchapter D of this chapter (relating to Operational
Standards for Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Facilities);
(3) Subchapter E of this chapter (relating to Operational
Standards for Municipal Solid Waste Storage and Processing Units);
(4) Chapter 312, Subchapters A - E of this title (relating
to General Provisions; Land Application for Beneficial Use and Storage
at Beneficial Use Sites; Surface Disposal; Pathogen and Vector Attraction
Reduction; and Guidelines and Standards for Sludge Incineration);
(5) §330.15(e) of this title (relating to General
(c) All transporters of solid waste shall maintain
records for at least three years to document that waste was taken
to an authorized MSW facility. Upon request of the executive director
or of a local government with jurisdiction, a transporter is responsible
for providing adequate documentation regarding the destination of
all collected waste including billing documents to prove that the
proper disposal procedure is being followed.
(d) Each transporter delivering waste to a solid waste
management facility shall immediately remove any non-allowable wastes
delivered to the solid waste management facility or, at the option
of the disposal facility operator, pay any applicable surcharges to
have the disposal facility operator remove the non-allowable waste.
(e) If non-allowable wastes are discovered in a load
of waste being discharged at an MSW facility, the transporter shall
immediately take all necessary steps to determine the origin of the
non-allowable waste and to assure that non-allowable wastes are either
not collected or are taken to a facility approved to accept such wastes.