8-2-4: RESIDENT REQUIREMENTS:
The owner or occupant of any multi-family unit receiving scavenger service shall maintain clean waste collection containers and areas. All segregated waste, including, but not limited to, recyclables shall be placed in covered containers. The owner or occupant of any unit receiving single-family residential scavenger service shall:
   (A)   Place all waste, except yard leavings, either in plastic bags of thirty three (33) gallons or less or in a toter which the resident may rent from the scavenger. Plastic bags may be placed inside a plastic or metal container;
   (B)   Not place more than sixty (60) pounds in any one plastic bag which has been placed for pick up by the scavenger service;
   (C)   Affix a sticker approved by the village and purchased by the resident from the scavenger, to the plastic bag, toter or container or to any item of nonrecyclable waste too large to fit into a thirty three (33) gallon plastic bag;
   (D)   Place recyclable materials in bins provided by the village and place those bins at the curbside for pick up by the scavenger service. However, if recyclable materials are not segregated from the nonrecyclable waste, they shall be placed in plastic bags as other waste. When placing waste, recyclables and other materials at curbside for pick up by the scavenger, the resident shall place all such materials as close to the roadway as possible without interfering with or endangering the movement of vehicles, pedestrians or snow plowing operations. (Ord. 92-2342, 12-7-1992)
   (E)   Not place any material in bins for recyclable material pick up except as follows:
      1.   Paper Products: The following products shall be kept separate from nonpaper recyclables. Paper products may be commingled and unbound if placed in a paper products only recycling container next to their nonpaper products recycling bin.
         (a)   Brown kraft paper bags folded with all receipts and other packaging removed.
         (b)   Paper magazines and catalogs with all nonpaper inserts such as plastic records and cloth samples removed.
         (c)   Paper telephone books with covers.
         (d)   Corrugated cardboard free of any food debris, packaging materials (i.e., Styrofoam, wood chipboard, bubble wrap) and excessive tape, flattened and cut into pieces no larger than three feet by three feet (3' x 3').
         (e)   Junk mail.
         (f)   Mixed papers.
         (g)   Chipboard.
         (h)   Envelopes.
         (i)   Wet strength carrier stock.
         (j)   Frozen food packages.
         (k)   Newspapers, either commingled in the paper products only container or bundled with string or bagged in kraft paper bags (grocery) and placed next to the container.
      2.   Nonpaper Products: The following nonpaper products, none of which shall be containers greater than two (2) gallons in size, shall be kept separate from paper products and shall be commingled in a LEAP recycling bin.
         (a)   Colored HDPE plastic narrow necked containers marked #2 rinsed free of visible debris with caps or lids removed, crushed and placed in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (b)   Tin cans, steel cans and bimetal cans rinsed free of visible food debris and when applicable, all labels removed, flattened and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (c)   PET plastic beverage containers rinsed free of visible food debris with caps or lids removed, crushed and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (d)   Clear, brown or green glass bottles or jars rinsed free of visible food debris and with caps or lids removed and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (e)   Aluminum cans rinsed free of visible food debris, crushed and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (f)   Aluminum foil and aluminum formed containers rinsed free of visible food debris, crushed and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (g)   HDPE plastic milk or HDPE plastic water jugs rinsed free of visible food debris and with caps or lids removed, crushed and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (h)   (1) Polystyrene #6 plastic meat and produce trays rinsed free of visible food debris and placed commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
            (2)   Polystyrene white packaging grade only clearly marked #6 commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
            (3)   Polystyrene clear grade packaging clearly marked #6 commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
            (4)   Polystyrene foam packaging peanuts, bagged in a clear plastic bag and commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
            (5)   Polystyrene #6 foam drinking cups and yogurt containers if clearly marked #6 and commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (i)   Steel aerosol cans completely emptied of all contents with plastic caps removed and commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (j)   LDPE #4 soft 6-pack and 12-pack carriers and rigid containers commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (k)   HDPE #2 brittle 6-pack and 12-pack carriers commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (l)   Steel only completely emptied paint cans with lids removed and commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (m)   Gable top cartons and small juice boxes, with cellophane and straws removed, commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (n)   Polypropylene (PP) #5 rigid containers rinsed free of visible food debris commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (o)   Polyvinylchloride #3 rigid containers rinsed free of visible food debris, commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin.
         (p)   #7 other rigid containers rinsed free of visible food debris, commingled in the nonpaper recycling bin. (Ord. 95-2654, 6-5-1995)
   (F)   Place all grass clippings, leaves and prunings of small diameter, green stemmed shrub and plant stalks, if the owner or occupant desires scavenger pick up of said materials, in biodegradable thirty (30) gallon kraft paper bags or other village approved bags which are specifically provided by the scavenger service through retailers for said materials. A sticker approved by the village shall be affixed by the owner or occupant to the bag when placed at the curbside for pick up. Said material may also be placed at curbside for pick up in a toter rented from the scavenger service.
   (G)   Place all brown stemmed branches and shrub prunings with large diameter stems or trunks, individually not to exceed five feet (5') in length and two inches (2") in diameter, in bundles tied with biodegradable natural fiber twine. Said bundles shall not exceed sixty (60) pounds in weight or eighteen inches (18") in diameter and shall have affixed to it a sticker approved by the village when placed at curbside for pick up by the scavenger service.
   (H)   Not place material referenced in subsections (F) and (G) of this section, at curbside for pick up except during April 15 through December 15 of each year unless otherwise approved by the village manager.
   (I)   Not place any waste, recyclables, yard leavings, refuse or containers nearer to the street than the front of the residence, except during the period of time between four o'clock (4:00) P.M. the day prior to garbage pick up and eight o'clock (8:00) P.M. the day of garbage pick up. (Ord. 92-2342, 12-7-1992)