|(a) The design capacity of a solid waste processing or experimental facility shall not be exceeded during operation. The facility shall not accumulate solid waste in quantities that cannot be processed within such time as will preclude the creation of odors, insect breeding, or harborage of other vectors. If such accumulations occur, additional solid waste shall not be received until the adverse conditions are abated. (1) For facilities that process grease trap waste, grit trap waste, or septage, and demonstration projects for liquid waste processing facilities, the maximum time allowed for storage of unprocessed waste is 72 hours. (2) For mobile liquid waste processing facilities, the maximum time allowed for storage of unprocessed waste is four days. (b) If a significant work stoppage should occur at a solid waste processing or experimental facility due to a mechanical breakdown or other causes, the facility shall accordingly restrict the receiving of solid waste. Under such circumstances, incoming solid waste shall be diverted to an approved backup processing or disposal facility. If the work stoppage is anticipated to last long enough to create objectionable odors, insect breeding, or harborage of vectors, steps shall be taken to remove the accumulated solid waste from the facility to an approved backup processing or disposal facility. (c) The owner or operator shall have alternative processing or disposal procedures for the solid waste in the event that the facility becomes inoperable for periods longer than 24 hours.