(A)   Every residential unit, unless specified otherwise in this chapter, shall be provided a rollout cart. Such rollout cart is not to be removed from the premises to which it is assigned. All rollout carts shall be subject to the approval of the Director of Public Works or his/her designee.
   (B)   Every person shall dispose of garbage in a clean and sanitary manner by placing it in bags before putting it in the rollout container. Offal and fecal material must also be placed in a plastic bag before being placed in the rollout cart.
   (C)   It shall be the responsibility of the householder or commercial establishment to maintain proper care of the rollout cart. If the rollout cart is stolen or damaged from improper use or neglect, it shall be the responsibility of the householder or commercial establishment to replace the cart. If the cart is damaged by collection workers, the collector will repair or replace the cart. The collector shall have the authority to discontinue service when a cart becomes unserviceable and advise the householder or commercial establishment of such discontinuance.
   (D)   The following types of material may cause damage to the rollout cart and shall not be deposited in the container: large motor parts, batteries, concrete blocks, tree stumps, ashes, charcoal, paints, solvents or other flammable materials.
   (E)   No person shall interfere or otherwise deter the normal refuse collection process by tampering with refuse containers or their contents unless by permission of the Sanitation Superintendent or his/her representative, nor shall any person place any hazardous refuse in any collection receptacle.
   (F)   The town will provide one recycling container per customer.
(Ord. 2019-03, passed 4-9-2019)