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Household refuse is collected at the rear or sideyard of the home (rear yard) twice weekly:
§ 165-19. Container specifications.
[Amended 9-13-1988 by Ord. No. 2178; 10-13-1992 by Ord. No. 2375]
A. Garbage and rubbish shall be stored in and collected from watertight metal or plastic waste cans not to exceed 32 gallons in capacity and 80 pounds in gross weight.
B. Yard waste shall be stored in and collected from watertight metal or plastic waste cans not to exceed 32 gallons in capacity and 80 pounds in gross weight or in biodegradable paper bags of a minimum of 100 pounds wet strength, suitably sealed, which shall be collected with the contents thereof.
C. Loose bulk refuse shall be placed out in disposal containers. The containers shall be suitable so that materials will not spill or overflow in the course of pickup.
D. It shall be unlawful for any residential or commercial property owner, occupant or lessee to permit open or overflowing waste disposal bins on his or her property.
Holidays: During holiday weeks please check the Village Calendar for proper collection days.
SANITATION COLLECTION IN SNOW OR ICY WEATHER: On days when snow or ice is forecast, residents will be required to bring their garbage cans to the curb for collection. VOR staff will pick up garbage and recycling at the curb in snow or ice conditions. An ice condition is when ice is present on driveways and sidewalks.
Hazardous Waste: Household hazardous waste such as oil paint, thinners, insecticides, and antifreeze, should be saved and taken to the Bergen County Household Hazardous Waste Disposal events. For event dates and additional information, please contact the Bergen County Utilities Authority at www.bcua.org, or call their hotline at 201-807-5825. These events typically run from April through October.
Latex (water-based) paint cans should be dried out and placed at the curb for bulk refuse collection.
|Sean Hamlin||Sanitation Coordinator||201-670-5579||131 N Maple Ave|
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