Township of Franklin, NJ
Somerset County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Council of the Township of Franklin 7-70-1990 by Ord. No. 1586 (Ch. 142 of the 1990 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Brush, grass and weeds — See Ch. 88.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 183.
Trees — See Ch. 222.
Recycling — See Ch. 284.
Scrap metal dealers — See Ch. 308.
Article I General Provisions

§ 142-1 Definitions.

§ 142-2 Applicability.

§ 142-3 Receptacles required.

§ 142-4 Time limit for accumulation.

§ 142-5 Removal.

§ 142-6 Garbage receptacles.

§ 142-7 Ash and rubbish receptacles.

§ 142-8 Placement of receptacles for collection.

§ 142-9 Condition and identification of receptacles; return by collector.

§ 142-10 Dumping.

§ 142-11 Handling of refuse before deposit.

§ 142-12 Disposal of tree trimmings.

§ 142-13 Refuse from outside Township.

§ 142-14 Adoption of Solid Waste Code.

§ 142-15 Littering.

Article II Collection and Transportation

§ 142-16 Compliance required; supervision; rules and regulations.

§ 142-17 (Reserved)

§ 142-18 Conditions for transport of refuse.

§ 142-19 Animal-drawn vehicles prohibited.

§ 142-20 Construction and type of collection vehicles.

§ 142-21 Equipment required by vehicles; manner of collection.

§ 142-22 Inspection of equipment.

§ 142-23 Storage of vehicles.

Article III Sanitary Landfills

§ 142-24 Establishment and discontinuance.

§ 142-25 Deposit of material.

§ 142-26 Use permit for contractors.

§ 142-27 Commercial and industrial use.

§ 142-28 Refuse to be property of Township.

§ 142-29 Conditions for entry; scavenging.

§ 142-30 Records; fees.

§ 142-31 Clean fill requirements.

Article IV Enforcement

§ 142-32 Violations and penalties.

Article V Refuse Containers/Dumpsters

§ 142-33 Purpose.

§ 142-34 Definitions; word usage.

§ 142-35 Prohibited conduct.

§ 142-36 Exceptions to prohibition.

§ 142-37 Enforcement.

§ 142-38 Violations and penalties.

§ 142-39 Severability.

§ 142-40 When effective.