All persons within the Borough who are not residents and who are not served by the curbside collection program established pursuant to this chapter shall source separate and arrange for collection for recycling of all designated recyclables.
Designated recyclables for the mandatory commercial, institutional and industrial source separation program shall consist of the following materials:
High grade paper; including white letterhead paper, white bond typing paper, white copier paper, white note pad paper, white writing paper, white envelopes, computer printout paper, and computer tab cards.
Glass bottles and aluminum and metal cans.
Other recyclable material as designated by the Borough of Lindenwold or as mandated by the State Resource Recovery and Recycling Act or other statute or regulations.
The arrangement for collection and disposal of designated recyclables shall be the responsibility of the person or firm who has generated the recyclables (generator) or the person or firm obligated to the generator, by contract, to arrange for collection and disposal of its solid waste. The arrangements may include, without limitation, direct marketing of recyclables, delivery to a drop-off, contracts with solid waste collection haulers for separate collection of any or all designated recyclables, contract with other persons for separate collection of any or all designated recyclables or direct delivery to recycling facility.
This section shall be enforced by the Borough of Lindenwold Code Enforcement and/or Camden County officials.