§ 95-35.  Revocation of Permit; Appeals.  
A.
Whenever, upon inspection of the facilities, equipment or operating methods of any 
person collecting, transporting or disposing of solid waste or recyclable materials, the 
Solid Waste Director finds that conditions or practices exist which are in violation of the 
provisions of this article, the Solid Waste Director shall give notice in writing to such 
person that unless such conditions or practices are corrected within 30 days the operating 
permit of such person shall be revoked. Haulers will be allowed to collect, transport and 
dispose of solid waste or recyclable materials during this thirty-day period. No such 
permit shall be reinstated by the Solid Waste Director until he finds, upon reinspection, 
that all provisions of these regulations have been complied with, except that following a 
hearing as hereinafter provided such permit may be reinstated by order of the Solid Waste
Department. The Solid Waste Director shall be the only person authorized to enforce this 
subsection.  
B.
Any revocation of a solid waste hauler's permit may be appealed to the Henderson 
County Board of Commissioners by the submission of a notice of appeal to the Solid 
Waste Director within 10 days of the effective date of the revocation. If a notice of appeal
is not filed within 10 days, the permit shall be deemed to have been automatically 
revoked.