The following types of refuse shall be acceptable for collection by the city.
   (A)   Garbage.  Putrescible animal and vegetable wastes resulting from the handling, preparation, cooking, or consumption of foods.
   (B)   Ashes.  The residue from the burning of wood, coal, coke, or other combustible materials.
   (C)   Rubbish.  Non-putrescible solid wastes, excluding ashes, consisting of paper, cardboard, tin cans, bottles, rags, and similar materials.
   (D)   Dead  animals.  Small, dead animals, not exceeding 75 pounds each in weight, which die in the normal course of community activity, excluding condemned animals, animals from a slaughterhouse, or other animals normally considered industrial refuse, shall be removed by the city upon request.
   (E)   Yard refuse.  Grass cuttings, leaves, or other yard and garden refuse shall be put in plastic bags or containers of convenient size and shape with handles so as to make them easily emptied.  Large quantities of leaves will be collected from piles in the streets in late October and November, and during spring clean-up.
   (F)   Brush.  Tree limbs, shrubbery and the like shall be cut up into lengths and bundled not exceeding five feet in length and 18 inches in diameter and stacked neatly near the curb.  Large quantities may be burned, under certain conditions, by obtaining a permit from the Fire Department. 
   (G)   Large items.  Household appliances, furniture and other acceptable large objects.
   (H)   Recyclable items.  Any item(s) deemed as recyclable material by the waste hauler of record or the city.
('83 Code, § 94.11) (Ord. 0-16-66, passed 10-3-66; Am. Ord. 0-38-75, passed 12-15-75; Am. Ord. 0-16-84, passed 8-20-84; Am. Ord. O-8-92, passed 6-15-92)  Penalty, see § 51.99