All municipal waste generated at residential properties throughout the Township shall be collected by the municipal waste contractor.
Collection of municipal waste and one item of bulk trash shall be made by the municipal waste contractor at a minimum of once per week or at such frequency as shall be set forth in a schedule adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township.
Receptacles or carts and the one item of bulk trash shall be placed at the street curb or at the end of the driveway of the property from which collected, but in no case within the paved cartway of the street. It is the responsibility of the individual residents to place their watertight containers at curbside in time for collection by the municipal waste collector. Receptacles or carts shall not be placed in a location which obstructs a public sidewalk or which impedes clear vision for motorists traveling on the adjacent street or at intersections. No receptacles or carts shall be placed at the curb or in the front yard on any lot except during the period beginning at 6:00 p.m. on the night prior to the scheduled collection and ending at 12:00 midnight on the day of the scheduled collection. Receptacles or carts shall be placed for collection no later than 6:00 a.m. of the day scheduled for collection.
Construction/demolition waste shall not be considered municipal waste and will not be collected as part of the Township's municipal waste collection program.
Owners, landlords or residents of multifamily residential properties, including but not limited to rental townhouses, condominiums and apartments, shall arrange for the collection of municipal waste for all residents of such property by a private trash collector.
Owners or occupants of commercial properties, institutional properties and municipal properties shall arrange for the collection of municipal waste for such property by a private trash collector.