§ 130.024  LITTERING.
   (A)   Any person who deposits, throws, discards, or otherwise disposes of any litter on any public or private property or in any waters commits the offense of littering, unless:
      (1)   The property is an area designated by law for the disposal of such material and the person is authorized by the proper public authority to so use the property; or
      (2)   The litter is placed in a receptacle or container installed on the property for that purpose.
   (B)   The word LITTER as used in this section shall mean all waste material susceptible of being dropped, deposited, discarded, or otherwise disposed of by any person upon any property in the state but does not include wastes of primary processes of farming or manufacturing.  WASTE MATERIALas used in this section shall mean any material appearing in a place or in a context not associated with that material's function or origin.
   (C)   Whenever litter is thrown, deposited, dropped, or dumped from any motor vehicle or watercraft in violation of this section, the operator of that motor vehicle or watercraft commits the offense of littering.
(1990 Code, § 6-320)  (Ord. 433, passed 3-7-1995)  Penalty, see § 10.99
   Abandoned vehicles, see § 130.026
   Unlicensed, inoperable vehicles, see § 130.025
Statutory reference:
   Related state law provisions, see Neb. RS 28-523