(a)   No individual, firm, partnership, corporation or any other entity shall dump on any property owned by the Borough, except subject to the following regulations:
      (1)   Any person, after having obtained a permit from the Public Works Department, may dump at areas designated from time to time by the Borough for dumping. All persons dumping shall obtain from the Public Works Department said permit.
      (2)   The permit shall include a statement that a representative of the Public Works Department has inspected the material proposed to be dumped and has determined that it is clean fill and shall specify on said permit where the material is to be dumped.
      (3)   Permits may be obtained from the Public Works Department during regular business hours, 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
      (4)   No person shall dump any clippings, leaves, hedge clippings, building materials, furniture, refuse, garbage, vegetable matter, junk or hazardous material.
   (b)   As used in this section:
      (1)   "Clean fill" means uncontaminated, nonwater-soluble, nondecomposable inert solid material used to level an area or bring the area to grade. The term does not include material placed into or on waters of the Borough.
      (2)   "Constructional/demolition waste" means solid waste resulting from the construction or demolition of buildings and other structures, including, but not limited to, wood, plaster, metals, asphaltic substances, bricks, block and unsegregated concrete. The term also includes dredging waste. The term does not include the following if they are separated from other waste and are used as clean fill:
         A.   Uncontaminated soil, rock, stone, gravel, unused brick and block and concrete.
         B.   Waste from land clearing, grubbing and excavation, including trees, brush, stumps and vegetative material.
      (3)   "Yard waste" means leaves, grass clippings, garden residue, tree trimmings, chipped shrubbery and other vegetative material.
(Ord. 2233. Passed 6-15-98.)