[CC 1984 §21-45; Ord. No. 4372 §3, 11-19-1990]
All special waste as defined in this Chapter shall be disposed of by residents of the City of Richmond Heights in compliance with the requirements of this Chapter. In no case shall a resident deposit special waste in any refuse container or recyclables container or bin for pickup by the City's solid waste hauler.
[CC 1984 §21-50; Ord. No. 4372 §3, 11-19-1990]
Any resident desiring to dispose of special waste shall contact the contractor for an inspection appointment. An employee of the contractor shall examine the special waste at the scheduled time and determine the most appropriate method of removal and will either arrange for said removal or refer the resident to the appropriate removal entity. Removal of special wastes shall be at the resident's expense. Special waste consisting of explosive and incendiary material such as ammunition, blasting caps and dynamite shall be removed under the supervision of the Police Department or by an agency designated by the Police Department.
[CC 1984 §21-51; Ord. No. 4372 §3, 11-19-1990; Ord. No. 4437 §1, 3-16-1992]
Major appliances, as defined in this Chapter, and other items which are collected by the contractor under the provisions of agreements authorized by the City Council shall continue to be collected by the contractor at no additional charge to residents or the City of Richmond Heights. These include, but are not necessarily limited to, refrigerators, freezers, tires and batteries. Removal of such items shall be subject to prior notification to the contractor by the resident.