§ 54.03  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL GARBAGE OR WASTE. Includes, but is not limited to, all industrial garbage or waste capable of incineration or burning that accumulates in, upon or about the land and buildings appurtenant to the business and activities of wholesale produce and grocery establishments, restaurants, hotels, meat packaging and meat wholesale dealers, bakeries, breweries, fat rendering and hide processing plants, and all other business establishments in connection with which such commercial or industrial garbage or waste is produced or accumulated.
   GARBAGE, OFFAL, REFUSE MATTER.  Every accumulation of animal, vegetable and other matter that attends or is incident to the preparation, consumption, decay or dealing in or storage of meats, fish, fowl, fruits, vegetables, and all other forms of food, and includes wet garbage but does not include waste matter as herein defined.
   INDUSTRIAL GARBAGE OR WASTE. See COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL GARBAGE OR WASTE herein defined.
   OFFAL. See GARBAGE, OFFAL OR OTHER REFUSE MATTER herein defined.
   PERSON. Every natural person, firm, co-partnership, association, society, or corporation.
   REFUSE MATTER. See GARBAGE, OFFAL OR OTHER REFUSE MATTER herein defined.
   RUBBISH AND TRASH. Leaves, grass cuttings, wood chips, shavings, sawdust, woodenware, paper, cardboard, straw, discarded clothing and all other combustible matter not included in this chapter under the terms “garbage, offal and other refuse matter.”
   WASTE MATTER.  Natural soil, earth, sand, clay, gravel, manure, stones, bricks, brickbats, plaster, portland cement, crockery, greenware, glass, glassware, ashes, cinders, shells, metals and all other noncombustible materials.
   WET GARBAGE. Kitchen and table refuse and offal, swill and every accumulation of animal, vegetable and other matter that attends or is incident to the preparation, consumption, decay or dealing in storage of meats, fish, fowl, birds, fruits, vegetables or other food.
(Ord. 32-2018, passed 2-8-18)