Waste material shall be considered disposed of satisfactorily when the following conditions are met:
Liquid wastes resulting from the cleaning, rinsing, and sanitizing of equipment, utensils, and floors are disposed of in a public sewer or by a private sewage disposal system functioning without nuisance. This procedure shall be equally applicable to wastes from toilets, urinals, lavatories, and showers.
Plumbing is designed and installed in such a manner as to prevent contamination of the potable water supply.
Garbage is kept in suitable metal or equally nonabsorbent leakproof receptacles.
Garbage, trash, and solid industrial wastes are disposed of as frequently as necessary to prevent a nuisance, unsightliness, and undesirable odors.
Trash and solid industrial wastes are collected in either single-service or multiple-service, covered or uncovered receptacles.
Multiuse garbage containers are thoroughly cleaned after using.
Garbage, trash, and solid industrial wastes are adequately contained in an area inside or outside the plant until their removal from the premises.
Garbage, trash, and solid industrial wastes are handled in such a manner as to prevent their becoming a harborage or breeding area for insects or rodents.
September 23, 2013