Inspectable Area: Site
Inspectable Item: Refuse Disposal
This definition covers two entirely different conditions: the first is damage to the dumpster enclosure or bulk-trash corral where trash is stored until pick-up time.

Forget the language in the definition that mentions walls "falling over," and just consider ANY damage what-so-ever to be a potential Level 2 defect citation.
The other condition that gets cited is overflowing trash from a dumpster or other kind of trash area.

It's only worth about 2 to 2.5 points, but this defect is one reason we don't like to have a REAC inspection on a Monday or a day after a 3 day holiday weekend.

It is also a good reason to NOT tell residents, in the letter notifying them of the inspection, that they need to clean up under their beds and empty junk from their closets.

Clutter in the Unit is not a defect.

An overflowing dumpster IS.
Full definitions, derived from Federal Register
Refuse Disposal (Site)
Collection areas for trash/garbage common pick-up.
Broken/Damaged Enclosure—Inadequate Outside Storage Space (Refuse Disposal—Site)
Deficiency: The outdoor enclosed area used as a trash/refuse site is:
—Broken or damaged, including its walls.
—Too small to properly store refuse until disposal.
Note: This does not include areas that are not designed as trash/refuse enclosures, such as curb pick-up.
Level of Deficiency:
- Level 1:  N/A
- Level 2:  A single wall or gate of the enclosure has collapsed or is leaning and is in danger of falling.
Trash cannot be stored in the designated area because it is too small to store refuse until disposal.
- Level 3:  N/A