§ 95-14. Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Property.  
A.
Proper maintenance of premises. The owner, proprietor or person in charge of any 
commercial, industrial or institutional building, parking lot or other site shall be  
obligated, both jointly and severally, to keep driveways, yards, parking lots and areas 
adjacent thereto and under his control clean at all times and to place sweepings, litter, 
refuse and other debris in an approved receptacle to prevent dispersal by wind, rain, 
animals and other causes. Further, no crate, box or similar container liable to 
deterioration by sun, wind, rain, animals or other causes shall be kept on any street or 
sidewalk, parking lot or other area, except that such containers may be placed out for 
collection on the day of such collection.  
B.
Solid waste receptacles required. The owner, proprietor or person in charge of any 
commercial, industrial or institutional building, parking lot or other site shall be  
obligated, jointly and severally, to provide solid waste receptacles of sufficient size and 
quantity as specified in §95-15 of this article. Specifically, but not exclusively, the 
requirement for such containers shall apply to shopping centers, supermarkets, 
convenience stores, fast-food and other restaurants, service stations and other similar 
establishments and shall likewise apply to industries, commercial establishments, 
schools, manufactured home parks, recreational vehicle parks, summer camps, churches 
and other institutions. Spillage and overflow from such containers shall be cleaned up by 
the owner, proprietor or person in charge immediately and as it occurs.