(Amended by Ordinance No. 132188, 167943 and 169817, effective March 22, 1996.)
A. Each vehicle used for the collection and transportation of wastes from food processing or food wastes intended for use as animal feed or to be further processed at a rendering plant shall be so constructed that the load therein will not spill or leak therefrom. All such vehicles shall be kept in a sanitary condition and shall be tightly covered in such a manner as to prevent the emanation of noxious or offensive odors. Metal containers may be used on such vehicles provided the same are at all times kept covered with tight‑fitting covers to prevent leaking and/or spilling of the contents. The body and containers on all such vehicles shall be thoroughly washed and disinfected each day. No vehicle used for hauling food processing wastes or food wastes for animal feed shall at any time be used for the collection and transportation of solid wastes as defined by ORS.459.005 but not including the following materials which the ORS definition includes:
1. Sewerage sludge, septic tank and cesspool pumpings or other sludge;
2. Discarded or abandoned vehicles;
3. Recyclable materials or yard debris which is source separated and set out for recycling purposes.