Unless otherwise expressly stated or clearly indicated by the context, the following terms shall, for the purpose of this chapter, have the meanings indicated in this section:
BULK ITEMS: Household items of such size as to render them unsuitable for deposit in a refuse container but which one person can lift into a refuse truck, such as furniture, storm doors and windows, metal and lumber products and machine parts.
LANDSCAPE WASTE: All accumulations of grass or shrubbery cuttings, leaves, tree limbs, aquatic weeds, and other material accumulated as the result of the care of lawns, shrubbery, vines and trees, and as otherwise described at 415 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/3.270.
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS: Aluminum cans, tin, steel and bimetal cans; clear, green and brown glass bottles and jars; newspapers, magazines, and mixed papers (junk mail, chipboard, white and colored paper, brown kraft paper bags); corrugated cardboard, #1 PETE plastic containers and #2 HPDE plastic containers, #3 - #5 plastic containers and bags, aseptic beverage containers, 6-pack rings and 12-pack bands.
RESIDENTIAL WASTE: Garbage, refuse, industrial, lunchroom or other waste, and other material described at 415 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/3.290 resulting from operation of single- family residential properties and municipally owned facilities; provided, however, that "residential waste" shall not include recyclable materials or landscape waste.
WASTE AND RECYCLING CONTRACTOR: A contractor under agreement with the village to collect residential waste, landscape waste and/or recyclable materials in the village.
WHEELED CART: A two (2) wheel durable, plastic, lidded container suitable for curbside automated waste and recycling collection by private waste haulers, manufactured in various sizes ranging in capacity between sixty four (64) and ninety six (96) gallons.
WHITE GOODS: The items so defined by section 22.28 of the Illinois environmental protection act. (Ord. 12-2-3, 2-21-2012)