(d) visitors and others who reside outside the communal territory and who, because of their presence in the territory, use the services or facilities provided by the Council; “City Service,” the municipal waste collection service, including household waste, commercial waste and dailies, provided exclusively by the Council in accordance with Chapter 3 of this Statute and which, in the case of operating waste, covers only waste dumped in garbage cans, garbage cans and 240-litre wheeled tanks; “nuisance”: any injury, damage, damage, injury, inconsensitivity or harassment of a person resulting from improper treatment or treatment of waste, including, but not limited to storage, storage, collection, transport or disposal of waste; “occupier,” any person who actually occupies the land or premises, regardless of the title under which he or she resides and, in the case of tenants, the person receiving the rent payable by the tenants or tenants, whether it is intended for an authorized or interested person; “owner”: any person who owns land or a premises, or anyone who receives rent or profits from land or premises, or who would receive that rent or earnings if those property or premises were rented, either on their own behalf, or as a representative of a person who is entitled or interested, and with respect to the premises in a sectional title register , which was opened pursuant to Section 12 of the Section titles Act. , 1986 (Law 95, 1986), refers to the body within the meaning of that Act; “pollution”: any change in the environment caused by – (a) a substance; (b) noise, odour, dust or heat emitted by an activity, including the storage or treatment of waste or substances, the design and delivery of a service, whether performed by a person or state agency; whether this change will or will adversely affect human health or the well-being, composition, carrying capacity and productivity of a natural or managed ecosystem or materials useful to humans; “local”: an erf or other part of the land, including any work or other structure used for commercial, industrial, agricultural or residential purposes; “prescribed levy,” a levy set by Commission decision within the meaning of Section 10G(a) (a) (a) (ii) of the Local Government Transition Act, 1993 (Law 209 1993) or any other applicable legislation; “public place”: all public buildings, public roads, contact airlines, subways, footpaths, sidewalks, alleyways, squares, open spaces, gardens, parks or enclosed spaces entrusted to the Council, as well as all streets, squares or passageways that can be used in peace by the public or that the public can or can access; “public road”: any road, road or road or any other place, whether it is a crossing road or another, often used by the public or part of it, or to which the public or a section of it has the right of access and – (a) includes the edge of such a road, road or road of passage; “bulky waste”, business waste or household waste which, because of its mass, shape, size or quantity, are uncomfortable in the Council`s routine municipal department; “business waste,” non-hazardous waste, health hazards, construction debris, industrial waste, garden waste, bulky waste, recyclable waste and specific industrial waste produced in non-residential buildings; (d) with the exception of Chapters 6 and 8, a service provider who assumes responsibility under those statutes, which has been entrusted to him under section 81, paragraph 2, the System Act, 2000, or some other statute; If so. “city manager,” the designated municipal administrator within the meaning of Section 82 (1) (a) of the structural law; “commercial service”: any service, with the exception of the municipal service, which refers to the accumulation, collection, management, management, valuation, sorting, storage, processing, transport, disposal, purchase or sale of the water