(A)   The legislative body of a municipality may designate the area where refuse generated within its boundaries by residential, business, commercial or other establishments shall be disposed. The legislative body shall give not less than 60 days' notice of its intent to designate the area to all collectors hauling refuse of the municipality. At the conclusion of the period, the legislative body shall cause notice of the designation to appear in a newspaper of general circulation in the municipality and shall conduct a public hearing thereon.
   (B)   Recyclable materials, including, but not limited to, glass, metal, paper, corrugated paper or plastic, may be removed or segregated at the source of generation or prior to disposal at the designated area.
   (C)   Any collector hauling refuse generated by residential, business, commercial or other establishments in a municipality shall register in the municipality and disclose the name of any other municipality in which the collector hauls such refuse.
   (D)   The door of any private vehicle used to haul refuse shall be clearly marked with the business name and address of the hauler.
(1967 Code, § 8-18.1)  Penalty, see § 50.99
Statutory reference:
   Designation by municipality of areas for solid waste disposal; designation of areas for items generated from residential properties; registration of solid waste collectors; scavenging, see Conn. Gen Stat. § 22a-220a