For example, the smell of rotting food in surrounding property could be a good indication that there is putrescible waste on the site. Therefore the facility has a percent residual of 13 percent. A business must pass all parts of the test to qualify as a Recycling Center; therefore, failure of any part makes the business subject to regulation. Rather, the operator can visually estimate the amount of putrescible wastes in each load. The business must stop accepting these loads or get a permit if they choose to continue. The LEA worked on the issue with their county counsel and Board staff and the consensus was that the facility appeared to be a transfer station engaged in recycling. The handling of compost and compost feedstock is subject to section et seq. This facility meets the first part of the test but fails the second. An operator can control some of these variables with proper management practices at a site, but may need to work diligently with haulers and contracting agencies that oversee collection programs to avoid receiving waste that is already in a putrid or anaerobic state when delivered to the facility.