All commercially-collected residential serviced property owners/developers and their affiliated entities, including but not limited to landlords, management companies, condominium associations, and home owner associations shall establish a food waste collection program that:
(a) Includes collection and diversion of food waste from the waste stream.
(b) Provides an industry standard food waste container in a common area on the property that is as convenient and accessible to the residents as garbage and recovered materials collection containers.
(c) Provides an adequate level of service and capacity of food waste collection containers based on the number of residents, units, or generation at the property.
(d) Prominently posts and maintains one or more signs in common areas where food waste is collected that specify the materials accepted as food waste;
(e) Distribute food waste collection information to all tenants at least once annually and to all new tenants on move-in.
(f) Provide at least one indoor recycle storage container per unit.
(Ordinance No. 210626, Ch. 27, Div. 7.(PDF, 196KB))