(A)   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      GARBAGE. Includes all animal, fish, fruit and vegetable waste.
      NONHOUSEHOLD TRASH. Includes brush and tree trimmings from routine yard cleanup if such trimmings are cut to lengths of not more than four feet, and, provided further that branches, limbs, pieces of wood, and parts of trees do not exceed four inches in diameter.
      TRASH. Includes all waste tin cans, wood, metal, glassware, plastic, crockery, waste paper, cardboard boxes or wooden boxes not more than four feet in height and two feet square, and rags and other scrap or discarded cloth.
   (B)   The terms TRASH and NONHOUSEHOLD TRASH do not include building materials, building material scraps or other refuse generated from the building or alteration or destruction of any structure, or brush or tree trimmings resulting from initial or subsequent lot clearing activities; nor do these terms include limbs exceeding four inches in diameter or more than four feet in length. Limbs must be bundled with heavy twine in bundles of not more than four feet in length and one foot in diameter. Not more than ten bundles will be picked up without charge. All leaves, straw and small trimmings will be bagged in heavyweight bags.
(1991 Code, § 13-1)  (Ord. passed 11-17-1981)