Construction and Demolition Haulers
To ensure that construction and demolition debris is contained onsite and does not pose any health and safety issues, all new residential and commercial construction sites are required to use city’s services for dumpsters for the containment of solid waste generated during the construction process. If the city’s services are not available, the customer may contract with a city-permitted construction and demolition hauler for the collections, transportation, and disposal of construction or demolition debris.
The City of Mont Belvieu requires any person, company or corporation wishing to engage in the business of the collection, transport and disposal of construction and demolition debris within the city to obtain an annual Construction and Demolition Hauler permit from the city.
Contractors are responsible for providing a dumpster for each individual structure. If structures are directly adjacent, a dumpster may be shared provided it meets the minimum dumpster size requirement. Each structure is required to use a dumpster with a minimum capacity of 20 cubic yards.
Permit Holder Requirements
- Permit holder headquarters’ must be located in Chambers County. (Proof required)
- Permit holder will pay an annual nonrefundable application fee of $1,000.
- The permit shall be nontransferable.
- The permit will expire September 30 of each year and may be renewed by making application as provided in this section accompanied by a permit renewal fee established by resolution of the city council from time to time.
- Permit holder will pay annual fee equal to 5% of gross receipts for revenue and income collected inside the City. Payment will be made quarterly.
A person, company or corporation that desires to engage in the business of the collection, transport and disposal of construction and demolition debris, within the city must submit this application form to the Director of Public Works accompanied by a nonrefundable permit application fee established by resolution of the City Council from time to time. The permit application shall include the following:
- Applicant's name, address, phone number, email address, facsimile number, and form of business;
- Trade name under which the applicant will conduct business; and
- Certificate of insurance and copies of insurance policy endorsements for the types and amounts of insurance and endorsements as may be required by the city risk manager.
The Director of Public Works shall issue a permit within 15 days of receipt of completed application, permit fee, required insurance certificates and policy endorsements.