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Space must be provided for the collection, separation, and temporary storage of recyclable materials within or adjacent to all new or significantly remodeled buildings or structures that contain 1,000 square feet or more.
Exception: Residential structures with fewer than four dwelling units.
Space designated for recycling shall be located so it is at least as convenient as the location where other solid Next Previous waste Next is collected. If feasible, recycling space should be adjacent to other Previous solid Next Previous waste collection space. Recycling space must be located and designed in accordance with the provisions of this code and ordinances of the jurisdiction.
Space designated for recycling must be identified on plans submitted for a building permit.
Space designated for recycling must be sufficient to contain all the recyclable materials generated from the building. The minimum amount of recycling space required must be the number of square feet determined by multiplying the gross square feet of floor areas assigned to each use within a building as set forth in subpart 5, Table 1-A, times the corresponding factor.
TABLE 1-A MINIMUM RECYCLING SPACE REQUIREMENTS.
|1. Aircraft hangers (no repair)||.001|
|2. Auction rooms||.0025|
|32. Auditoriums, reviewing stands, stadiums, gymnasiums, public swimming pools, skating rinks||.001|
|4. Lodge rooms, conference rooms, lounges, stages, exhibit rooms||.0025|
|5. Dance floors, churches3 and chapels, lobby||.001|
|6. Dining rooms||.003|
|73. Drinking establishments||.004|
|83. Bowling alleys (excluding lanes)||.0025|
|93. Children's homes and homes for the aged||.0025|
|13. Exercise rooms||.001|
|14. Garages, parking||.001|
|153. Hospitals and sanitariums, nursing homes||.0025|
|18. Kitchens - commercial||.003|
|20. Locker rooms||.001|
|22. Manufacturing areas||.0025|
|23. Mechanical equipment rooms||.001|
|243. Nurseries for children (day care)||.002|
|26. School shops and vocational rooms||.0025|
|27. Storage and stock rooms||.0025|
|29. All others||.0025|
1 The area of a use must include all areas serving or accessory to a use (corridors, accessory use areas, etc.).
2 Exclude playing areas, courts, fields, and like areas.
3 The factors for these uses are intended to include all incidental uses typical of these types of facilities.
If the provisions of Table 1-A are excessive due to a specific use, space for recycling may be considered individually by the administrative authority.
27 SR 1478; L 2007 c 140 art 4 s 61; art 13 s 4
July 11, 2007
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes