|THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL|
|BY-LAW NUMBER 41- 2005|
A by-law to amend By-law 33-2002 titled "A by-law to consolidate the by-laws that regulate the collection of waste in the Region of Peel and to repeal By- laws 20-2001, 50-2001, and 58-2001".
WHEREAS on July 11, 2002, the Council of The Regional Municipality of Peel enacted By-law 33-2002 to regulate the collection of waste in the Region of Peel and to repeal By-laws 20-2001, 50-2001, and 58-2001;
AND WHEREAS the Council of the Regional Corporation has by Resolution adopted on March 10, 2005 authorized the enactment of a by-law to amend By-law 33-2002;
AND WHEREAS Subsection 11(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001 S.O. 2001, Chapter 25 as amended, authorizes the Region to pass by-laws respecting waste management matters;
NOW THEREFORE, the Council of the Regional Corporation enacts the following amendments to By-law 33-2002:
|1.||Subsection 2 (j) (i) is amended by deleting "135 litres (30 imperial gallons)" and substituting "125 litres (27.5 imperial gallons)" in its place.|
|2.||Subsection 2 (k) (vi) is amended by inserting the following text "but does not include Home Health Care Waste" immediately following the words "Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990" at the end of the subsection.|
|3.||The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 2 ( k.1) between the definitions of "Hazardous Waste" and "Industrial, Commercial or Institutional Waste":|
"2. k.1) Home Health Care Waste" means incontinence products, sponges, catheters, disposable products, dialysis waste, intravenous bags and tubing, casts, gastric and nasal tubes, empty and rinsed out colostomy bags, used for personal home health care, but does not include Bio-medical or Pathological Waste."
The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 2 (ii.1) following the definition of "White-Goods":
"2. ii.1) "Wood Waste" means wood scraps, including painted, treated and coated wood from wood work residues, interior doors and household furniture, but does not include wood or wood scraps generated from construction, demolition, renovation or commercial purposes."
|5.||The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 2 (ii.2) before the definition of "Yard Waste":|
"2. ii.2) "Wood Waste Unit" means:
|(a)||A securely tied bundle of Wood Waste that is broken down into not more than 1.2 metres (4 feet) in length, 0.76 metres (2.5 feet) in width and height and not exceeding 20 kilograms (44 pounds) in weight; and|
A Garbage Receptacle containing Wood Waste, that is broken down into not more than 1.2 metres (4 feet) in length, 0.76 metres (2.5 feet) in width and height and not exceeding 20 kilograms (44 pounds) in weight."
Subsections 5(3), 6(7) and 6(9) are amended by deleting "30 kilograms (50 pounds)" and inserting "20 kilograms (44 pounds)" in its place.
The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 6(13):
|"(13) No Occupier/Owner shall Set Out Home Health Care Waste unless it is double-bagged and placed inside a rigid Garbage Receptacle as described in subsection 2(j)(i)."|
|8.||The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 6(14):|
|"(14) Notwithstanding subsection 5(1), an Occupier/Owner, may Set Out Wood Waste only if the Wood Waste is broken down into Wood Waste Units."|
|9.||The following paragraph is inserted as subsection 6(15):|
"(15) For the purposes of subsections 6(1), 6(4) and 6(5), a Wood Waste Unit shall constitute a Garbage Receptacle."
Section 12 is deleted and the following substituted in its place:
|"12.||(1)||No person other than the Region, its employees, the Occupier/Owner who Set Out the Waste, or other persons authorized by law to do so, shall scavenge, pick over, sort through, collect, interfere with, disturb or remove any Waste Set Out for collection, whether contained in receptacles or otherwise.|
Subsection 12 (1) shall not apply to the Contractor or employees of the Contractor while in the course of carrying out duties that are necessary and required pursuant to an agreement with the Region for the collection of Waste."
That Schedule A is deleted and replaced with an amended Schedule A, as attached hereto.
READ THREE TIMES AND FINALLY PASSED IN OPEN COUNCIL THIS 10th day of March,
Non-Complying Waste includes:
|b)||Hay, straw, manure or excrement from any animal, save and except for excrement from household pets|
|c)||Industrial, Commercial or Institutional Waste|
|d)||Waste generated as a result of construction, demolition or renovation, including but not limited to soil, sod, plaster, drywall, masonry and tile, bricks, concrete, concrete or cinder blocks, paving stones, asphalt, wood, windows and window glass, shingles, scrap metal, insulation (such as fibreglass or styrofoam), asbestos, and urea formaldehyde. Hot ashes or other waste capable of starting fires|
|g)||Bio-medical waste, including syringes, hypodermic needles, sharps and medical dressings|
|h)||Automotive Parts including tires|
Waste which has not been drained of all liquids
but does not include Home Health Care Waste and Wood Waste that has been broken down and Set Out as a Wood Waste Unit.