CHAPTER 50: GARBAGE AND REFUSE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL
Garbage and refuse
Business and industry collection
50.23 Mobile home park collection
Political subdivision, church and the like collection
Responsibility of bulk containers
Location of bulk containers
50.42 Multiple bulk containers
Collection of limbs, brush and related material
Dumping of trash by private parties
For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly
indicates or requires a different meaning.
GARBAGE or REFUSE. Offal, refuse or cast-off animal or vegetable matter as is
normally associated with a home, store, or commercial establishment.
TRASH. Worn-out, broken or discarded or worthless things, rubbish, or paper.
(1978 Code, § 4-2001)
Municipal authority to regulate trash and garbage, see G.S. § 160A-303.1
GARBAGE AND REFUSE.
All homes, business houses, industries and public buildings shall provide metal or
plastic containers or bulk containers as hereinafter provided.
(B) Where garbage cans, either metal or plastic, are provided for, they shall have tight-
fitting covers and be of a capacity of not more than 96-gallon capacity.
(1978 Code, § 4-2002)
All garbage for residences shall be picked up at all said residences. Garbage, trash, and other refuse
for business houses or industries shall be picked up by the town garbage collecting system at
locations designated by the town.
(1978 Code, § 4-2003)
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY COLLECTION.