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For the purpose of this article, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
OFFAL SCAVENGER. Any person engaged in the business of collecting, gathering or transporting butcher’s offal, calfskins, hotel or restaurant bones, grease, glue, stock or kindred refuse, by wagon, cart or otherwise, or to drive any wagon or vehicle for such purpose through the public ways of the village.
PRIVATE SCAVENGER. Any person engaged in the removal and disposal of wastes resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking and consumption of food; wastes from the handling, storage and sale of produce, animals and fish or poultry; non-combustible refuse, including, but not limited to, metals, tin cans, metal furniture, dirt, rock and pieces of concrete, glass, crockery, other mineral waste; street rubbish, including, but not limited to, street sweepings, dirt, leaves, catch basin dirt, content of litter receptacles, manure, ashes and cinders; combustible refuse, including, but not limited to, paper, cartons, boxes, barrels, wood, excelsior, tree branches, yard trimmings, wood furniture and bedding.
(1) COMMERCIAL OFFICE, INDUSTRIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SCAVENGER. A private scavenger who provides solid waste collection to commercial, office, industrial and institutional properties within the village.
(2) MULTI-FAMILY SCAVENGER. A private scavenger who provides solid waste collection to properties within the village with more than one residential living unit which does not receive curbside collection and are part of a larger complex which are serviced by a centralized dumpster/refuse collection area.
SEWER AND CATCH BASIN CLEANER. Any person engaged in the business of cleaning, collecting, or transporting the contents of catch basins or sewers by vehicle or otherwise, or in any way engage in the business of cleaning catch basins and sewers; provided that, licensed plumbers or licensed sewer builders who may clean catch basins or sewers as an incident to the repair of such catch basins or sewers shall not be included in such definition.
(Ord. 2000-02-10, passed 2-7-2000)