Receptacle Sample Clauses

Receptacle. A unit of a dispatch and of a consignment. The receptacle is typically a bag or a tray containing postal items. Receptacles are a physical entity handled by carriers such as airlines. When air transport is involved, a receptacle can also be an airline container with loose-loaded parcels, or a pallet of mail. An individual parcel or EMS item too large to fit in a mailbag can also be a receptacle. Each receptacle has a standard 29-character barcoded receptacle ID. The receptacle ID is used by carriers, as well as by Posts. The applicable UPU standard for receptacle ID is S9.
Receptacle. A can, cart, container, drop box, compactor or recycling bin or any other means of containment of Solid Waste or Waste or Recyclable Materials. Recyclable Material, Recyclable, Recyclables Material that has or retains useful physical, chemical, or biological properties after serving its original purpose(s) or function(s), and is separated from solid waste by the generator or at a material recovery facility. Recycling Any process by which waste materials are transformed into new products in such a manner that the original products may lose their identity. Residence, Residential Any dwelling unit where at least 50 percent of the use of the entire building is for home use. Self-Haul Collection and transportation of solid waste from a commercial, multifamily, or residential entity by the generator, owner or occupant of the property, rather than by a third party hired to perform this function.
Receptacle. Decora type, duplex, specification grade, color white, 125 volt, 2 pole, 3 wire grounding type, NEMA 5-15, with matching cover plate. Use 20 ampere receptacle when supplied by a separate circuit. 15 ampere: Leviton catalog no. 16252-W 20 ampere: Leviton catalog no. 16352-W
Receptacle. Three (3) 20-amp, 110 volt 3-prong straight blade NEMA 5-20 duplex household receptacles with stainless steel cover plate shall be installed in a non-weather exposed area as specified by the department. The receptacle shall be wired to the inlet receptacle where it will have overcurrent protection from an external source. • Location: In cab driver side and officer side in the rear just above engine cover and the rear wall of officer side medical compartment up high.
Receptacle. A container used to store solid waste designed to accept liners that are to be emptied manually.

Related to Receptacle

  • Garbage Tenant agrees to handle and dispose of all rubbish, garbage and waste from Tenant’s operations and not permit the accumulation or burning of any garbage in, on or about any part of the Center. Tenant also agrees not to permit any garbage or rubbish to be collected or disposed of from the Premises except by a party approved in advance by the Landlord.

  • Trash Tenant shall not allow anything to be placed on the outside of the Building, nor shall anything be thrown by Tenant out of the windows or doors, or down the corridors or ventilating ducts or shafts, of the Building. All trash and refuse shall be placed in receptacles provided by Landlord for the Building or by Tenant for the Premises.

  • Containers The marine and intermodal cargo containers either owned or leased by the Borrower and employed by the Borrower in the conduct of its business, including, without limitation, refrigerated, dry van, tank, open top and flat rack containers and refrigeration units and generator sets associated therewith, but excluding any chassis for such containers.

  • Postal Service You also agree that if you attempt to change your address to a non-U.S. address, your Card Account may be cancelled and funds returned to you in accordance with this Agreement.

  • Rubbish All refuse, accumulation of paper, excelsior, rags, wooden boxes and containers, sweep-ups and all other accumulations of a nature other than Garbage and Yard Trimmings, resulting from the normal activities of a Service Unit. Rubbish must be generated at the Service Unit from which the Rubbish is collected. Rubbish does not include items defined as Exempt Waste.

  • Transport 6.1.1 BellSouth shall provide nondiscriminatory access, in accordance with FCC Rules 51.311, 51.319, and Section 251(c)(3) of the Act to interoffice transmission facilities described in this Section 6 on an unbundled basis to Southern Telecom for the provision of a qualifying service, as set forth herein.

  • Ventilation The Company shall ensure that adequate local exhaust ventilation systems are installed on all sources of hazardous airborne contaminants and must be maintained on a regular basis.

  • Mailboxes UNION delegates, officers and authorized UNION representatives shall have the right to place materials in the mailboxes of bargaining unit employees. Materials placed in mailboxes shall be restricted to official communications from the UNION or communications signed by the UNION delegate. A copy of all materials placed in the mailboxes of bargaining unit employees by the UNION shall simultaneously be placed in the principal’s or head administrator’s mailbox.

  • Storage The ordering agency is responsible for storage if the contractor delivers within the time required and the agency cannot accept delivery.

  • Janitorial Landlord shall provide janitorial service in accordance with the specifications attached hereto as Exhibit F and made a part hereof. Landlord shall not be required to provide more than Building standard janitorial services for portions of the Premises used for storage, mailroom, kitchen or other ancillary purposes, nor shall Landlord be required to provide janitorial services to areas obstructed or locked by Tenant (unless such locked office is on a master key allowing access to janitorial staff), or used as a lavatory, other than the lavatory rooms shown on the floor plan of the Premises attached hereto as Exhibit A.