(A)   The foregoing provisions of this chapter which deal with garbage and refuse shall not apply to any institutional, industrial, multi-family residential or commercial unit in the village. It shall be the duty of such institutional, industrial, multi-family residential or commercial unit in the village at its own cost to arrange with a properly licensed scavenger for the disposal of its garbage, rubbish and yard waste as herein defined, as well as of its market and industrial wastes. However, the provisions of this chapter pertaining to the disposal of yard waste shall apply to such institutional, industrial or commercial units within the village. Such institutional, industrial, or commercial unit, including any corporation, partnership, or person engaged in running a store, business, or commercial or industrial enterprises of any kind shall keep its premises free and clear of any accumulation of garbage, rubbish or yard waste as defined in § 50.01 or of market or industrial wastes of any kind.
('70 Code, § 5.2.7)
   (B)   Such institutional, commercial, and industrial garbage, refuse and yard waste including market and industrial waste, shall be collected each week as often as is necessary to prevent any accumulation of said garbage, rubbish, and yard waste and other disposable items which would cause any nuisance or health hazard or the breeding of insects. In no event shall such collection be made less frequently than once in each week. Institutional, commercial, and industrial garbage, rubbish and waste shall be stored as follows:
      (1)   Dumpsters shall have a tight fitting cover, be in a good state of repair, leak proof, free from rust, and have the name and phone number of the firm clearly visible on the container.
      (2)   The scavenger service is responsible for ensuring the lid is tightly closed and removing any debris from the site before leaving.
      (3)   The Zoning Administrator or his/her designee may require an increase in the collection schedule or the installation of additional dumpsters if debris, trash, or rubbish are allowed to accumulate so that the lid of the dumpster cannot be tightly secured, or if debris, trash, or rubbish accumulate outside the dumpster.
      (4)   The Village Board of Trustees may require screening around any dumpster which, in the sole opinion of the Village Board, presents a nuisance to surrounding property owners or uses.
      (5)   Site plans for new developments should be designed to incorporate visual screening of dumpsters whenever possible. The method of screening shall be determined by the Village Administrator or his/her designee.
('70 Code, § 5.2.8)
(Ord. 90-05, passed 5-14-90; Am. Ord. 10-07, passed 6-28-10 ) Penalty, see § 50.99