[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Orange as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Solid waste — See Ch. 331.
The Regulations Concerning the Use of Public Sewers, the Connections to Public Sewers and the Discharge of Waters and Wastes into Public Sewers in the Town of Orange adopted by the Water Pollution Control Authority of the Town of Orange on March 25, 1987, pursuant to Section 7-247 of the Connecticut General Statutes are hereby adopted and incorporated herein by reference.
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, corporation, partnership, company, association, governmental entity or any other legal entity to violate said regulations. Any person who violates said regulations may be subject to arrest and/or a fine for each violation not to exceed $100 or the maximum amount permitted by the Connecticut General Statutes in effect at the time of the violation. Each day in which any violation shall continue shall be deemed a separate offense.
In accordance with Section 22a-220a of the Connecticut General Statutes and Section 301 of that certain Municipal Solid Waste Management Services Agreement between the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority ("CRRA") and the Town of Orange dated as of April 29, 1987, the Town of Orange hereby designates the solid waste disposal and energy recovery and steam and electric facility designed, constructed, operated and maintained by an affiliate of Signal Resco, Inc. (pursuant to an agreement with the CRRA) located in Bridgeport, the transfer stations approved for transfer of solid waste to such facility and the CRRA landfills provided by or designated by the CRRA (collectively referred to as the "Bridgeport Resource Recovery System") as the place where acceptable solid waste (as defined in said Municipal Solid Waste Management Services Agreement) generated within the boundaries of the Town of Orange by residential, business or other establishments shall be disposed.