Customers who frequently deliver materials to OCRRA's Ley Creek Drop-Off Site should acquire a Small Business User Agreement (SBU).
You will benefit from a SBU Agreement if:
- You are a person (independent contractor - full or part-time), delivering acceptable waste which is the result of an activity (perhaps a construction job) you are being paid to do.
- Your company or firm is engaged in the collection, transportation, disposal or delivery of acceptable waste to the Ley Creek Drop-Off Site.
Small business users do not have access to the Waste-to-Energy Facility, only licensed haulers with self-unloading vehicles can use that facility.
To Obtain a SBU Agreement
Copies are available for download or pick up at OCRRA's main office. Each section of the agreement should be read carefully and the information attachment completed. Proper signature and insurance are required.
The non-refundable processing fee is:
- $50 for a one-year agreement
- $75 for a two-year agreement
All agreements expire on December 31, regardless of the agreement start date.
The processing fee includes the cost of renewing or issuing numbered vehicle stickers. If any changes are required, i.e., you add or delete a vehicle, or you change your business name, please submit the changes in writing and we will update your records. There is no cost for additional stickers.
Please note: SBUs without a permit will be charged an MSW rate no less than $95 per ton, plus a $20/load surcharge.
A surcharge of $25 per trip / use will be charged to all small business users that do not have agreements or have expired agreements. A surcharge of $25 will also be assessed for each delivery if proof of insurance is not on file with OCRRA at the time of renewal.
OCRRA requires proof of the following insurance:
- Vehicle: $300,000 combined single limit.
- General Liability: $500,000 combined single limit.
- Workers Comp Statutory Limits (when applicable)
Using the Ley Creek Drop-Off Site
When on the inbound / entrance scale, OCRRA requires all drivers to identify themselves (state their permit number) and the type of waste being delivered: C&D (construction & demolition) or MSW (municipal solid waste/trash).
Please be sure your employees are aware of these procedures.