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What type of container is adequate for on-site storage of debris? Must the container be covered and locked? Must it be placed behind a locked barrier?

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What type of container is adequate for on-site storage of debris? Must the container be covered and locked? Must it be placed behind a locked barrier?

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At the conclusion of each work day and at the conclusion of the renovation, waste that has been collected from renovation activities must be stored under containment, in an enclosure, or behind a barrier that prevents release of dust and debris out of the work area and prevents access to dust and debris.  Using a covered container is one way to prevent release of dust and debris.  Locking the container and placing it behind a locked barrier are good examples of ways to prevent access to the dust and debris.  

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