[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Lebanon 2-17-1993 by Ord. No. 66; effective 2-26-1993. Amendments noted where applicable.]
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "Solid Waste Collection Ordinance of the City of Lebanon."
The purpose of this chapter is to control the flow and disposal of recyclable solid waste within the City of Lebanon.
This chapter shall apply to any person, firm, proprietorship, partnership, corporation, association, government, governmental division or quasi-governmental corporation who resides in the City of Lebanon. For the purposes of this chapter, a nonnatural person shall reside in the City of Lebanon if it has offices or business in the City of Lebanon.
The City of Lebanon, upon its own motion, or upon application and for good cause shown, may modify, suspend, repeal or amend the provisions of any section herein contained.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth below:
- COMMERCIAL USERS
- Any person or entity who is not a residential user.
- Includes all separated clear and colored glass, aluminum, ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastic, corrugated cardboard, motor vehicle batteries, tires from motor vehicles and all paper. See RSA 149-M:4, XIX.
- RESIDENTIAL USERS
- Any individual delivering recyclables generated by his/her personal residence.
Residential and commercial users of recycling facilities having recyclables not in excess of 2.5 cubic yards per day may deliver their recyclables at either the Lebanon Landfill in Lebanon, New Hampshire, or the Hartford Recycling Center in Hartford, Vermont. There shall be no charge for such deliveries.
Residential users with recyclables in excess of 2.5 cubic yards per day must deliver their recyclables to the Hartford, Vermont facility. There shall be no charge for such deliveries.
Commercial users may only deliver up to 2.5 cubic yards of recyclables per day to either the Lebanon or Hartford facilities. There shall be no charge for such deliveries.
Commercial users or haulers may deliver more than 2.5 cubic yards of commercially produced recyclables to the Hartford facility for a charge proportionate to the cost of processing the materials.