For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   DWELLING UNIT.  Any separate and self-contained place of human habitation occupied or intended for occupancy by one or more persons, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, each separate and self-contained place of habitation in two-family residences, multiple-family residences, apartment buildings and those flats and apartments maintained incidentally but separately in nonresidential buildings.
   GARBAGE.  That accumulation of animal, vegetable or other matter that results from the preparation, consumption, decay or storage of meats, fish, fowl, fruits, vegetables and all other food substances or other organic matter subject to bacterial action and decay.
   RUBBISH or REFUSE.  That accumulation of material such as paper, cardboard, rags, straw, felt, leather, clothing, packing materials, sweepings, small pieces of wood, glassware, small metal objects, or any nonorganic matter which can be reduced in size so that it can be transported in and by packer trucks that are provided by the city; provided, however, RUBBISHorREFUSE shall not mean or include such materials as broken or whole bricks, concrete or cement, stones, gravel, cinders, asphalt, earth, iron or steel, plaster, construction materials of any kind, live ammunition or any explosive or highly flammable material.
('65 Code, § 955.01)  (Ord. 8-69, passed 3-18-69; Am. Ord. 05-052, passed 4-19-05)