The storage and collection of refuse shall be so managed as to prevent health hazards, rodent harborage, insect breeding, accident hazards or air pollution.
All refuse shall be stored in durable, flytight, watertight and rodentproof containers.
Containers shall be located either at each mobile home lot or at one or more centralized locations within the mobile home park.
At least 1.5 gallons of refuse storage capacity per capita per day shall be provided.
Each mobile home lot or each centralized location for refuse containers shall be provided with one of the following at the option of the park management.
A slab of impervious material large enough to accommodate the number of containers provided.
A rack or holder of a type approved by the park management providing at least six inches of clear space beneath or a cart providing at least four inches of clear space beneath.
A properly protected container in an underground storage installation.
Refuse shall be collected at least once weekly.
Refuse disposal shall be effected in accordance with the provisions of Chapter VIII of the State Sanitary Code.