Township of Waterford, NJ
Camden County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Waterford 5-28-1997 by Ord. No. 97-7. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Solid waste — See Ch. 235.
There is hereby created the Waterford Township Solid Waste Advisory Commission.
The Waterford Township Solid Waste Advisory Commission shall consist of seven members appointed by resolution of the township governing body. The seven members will include township officials, resident business people and other residents of the township and one individual, who need not be a resident of the municipality, who in the governing body's opinion has experience and/or qualifications to assist in developing the solid waste policy for the township. The term of appointment shall be for one year. A member of the Commission shall be selected Chairman for a period of one year. Such other officers shall be selected by the Commission as deemed necessary for the conduct of the Commission's business.
The Solid Waste Advisory Commission shall serve only in an advisory capacity to the township governing body. The duties of the Solid Waste Advisory Board shall be:
To review current township ordinances and other solid waste rules and regulations relating to the disposal of solid waste and to make recommendations, as applicable, for any revisions to said ordinances or township regulations.
To review the current waste flow, collection practices and disposal practices for solid waste and make any recommendations for revisions to said process.
To review the present bidding specifications for solid waste collection utilized for awarding contracts with private water haulers and to make any recommendations for change in said specifications.
To review and study all other relevant and pertinent information relating to the control and disposal of solid waste, recycling and composting.
To develop means to provide information to the public on solid waste collection and disposal, recycling and composting.
The members of the Solid Waste Advisory Board shall receive no compensation for their time, but said members shall be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in the performance of their duties so long as said expenses have been previously approved by the township governing body. The Solid Waste Advisory Board shall keep complete and accurate records of any moneys expended in this regard in order for said reimbursement to be made.
The Commission shall have no right to any employees or to retain professional services. The governing body, however, upon request by the Solid Waste Advisory Board, will provide reasonable resources, which can include but not be limited to copies of pertinent documents, technical assistance and secretarial services.