[Adopted 12-31-2001 by Ord. No. 2001-37 as § 19-6.10 of the 2001 Code]
As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- The refuse or residue of animal or vegetable matter that has been used as food and all refuse, animal or vegetable matter, including carcasses and parts of dead animals. It shall include fowl, manure, decayed vegetables fruit, or any condemned food.
- Newspapers, periodicals, cardboard, and all wastepaper.
- All miscellaneous matter, such as refrigerators, bottles, rags, mattresses, worn-out furniture, old clothes, shoes, broken glass, leather, carpets, crockery, metal, rubber, cut grass, leaves, tree branches, lumber, or any materials that may accumulate as the result of building operations.
- TRADE WASTES
- All materials resulting from any business, trade, or industry.
Streams or bodies of water. No person shall deposit or throw garbage, rubbish, paper, or trade waste in any lake, stream, or body of water within the Township.
Garbage, rubbish, paper, and trade wastes may be placed out for municipal collection after sunset of the day before collection and in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Township.
Editor's Note: See also Arts. I and II of this chapter.
The deposit of lawful materials in any lawfully operated sanitary landfill or incinerator is permitted.