GARBAGE, RUBBISH, REFUSE AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT.
Section 85-8 SUITABLE CONTAINERS DESIGNATED.
For the purpose of this chapter, a suitable container for
all refuse and garbage containing, or which contained,
animal or vegetable matter subject to decay or fermentation,
and trash, paper, ashes and other matter not subject to
decay or fermentation, shall be a container provided by the
Town to each customer, unless specifically exempted by the
Director of Public Works. Containers shall be 96-gallon
capacity unless that size container poses a hazard or
unusual inconvenience for the worker or customer. In
either event, and with the approval of the Director of
Public Works, the Town shall provide 32 gallon containers to
the customer. All items placed in the container must
be bagged. The container and its contents shall not exceed
fifty (50) pounds for the thirty-two (32) gallon container,
and one hundred fifty (150) pounds for the ninety-six (96)
gallon container. All solid waste set out for collection
shall be placed in proper containers. The Town shall
not collect items not placed in the proper containers.
Customers are required to keep containers sufficiently
clean to control odors and vermin.
(Ord. No. 16-02 Amended & Repealed (B) 8-26-02-Effective
(Ord. No. 14-06 Amended 11-27-06-Effective Upon Passage)