Recyclable Materials i) All Recyclable Materials shall be collected, separated and otherwise treated so as to facilitate the sale of Recyclable Materials to end-use markets or to Recyclable Material brokers. All collected Recyclable Materials shall be recycled regardless of the income received or the cost to the Contractor resulting from the sale of the Recyclable Materials.
Recyclable Materials. Those materials which are capable of being recycled and which would otherwise be processed as Organic Waste or disposed of as Garbage. Recyclable Materials include newsprint (including inserts); mixed paper (including magazines, catalogs, envelopes, junk mail, corrugated cardboard, brown bags and paper, paperboard, paper egg cartons, office ledger paper, and telephone books); glass containers; aluminum beverage containers; scrap and cast aluminum (not exceeding forty (40) pounds in weight nor two (2) feet in any dimension for any single item); steel including “tin” cans, aerosol cans (empty, non-toxic products) and small scrap (not exceeding forty (40) pounds in weight nor two (2) feet in any dimension for any single item); bimetal containers; plastic bottles (#1-7); aluminum foil and pans; concrete; used motor oil and filters; dry cell household batteries when contained in a sealed heavy-duty plastic bag; and those materials added by the FRANCHISEE from time to time.
Recyclable Materials. Pursuant to Chapter 3.80 of the Kent City Code, the City requires its contractors and consultants to use recycled and recyclable products whenever practicable. A price preference may be available for any designated recycled product.
Recyclable Materials. Company shall provide all Multi-Family Customers with unlimited collection of acceptable glass, metal and plastic excluding polystyrene, plastic bags and compostable plastics. Acceptable materials may change depending on the markets. A full list of accepted materials is available on the Company’s website (marinsanitaryservice.com). These materials will be collected in Company provided 32 or 64-gallon color-coded tipper carts: blue for paper and paper-fiber products, and brown for accepted commingled glass, metal and plastics. Collection is available from one time per week to six times per week. Cardboard placed in carts must be broken down small enough to easily slide out of the cart. Large cardboard boxes may also be broken down and tied into 24” x 24” bundles and left beside the Recycling container. 1-2 cubic yard rear loading bins are available for large amounts of cardboard collection with Company’s approval of size and location. Company will evaluate the appropriate container sizes on an individual customer basis. Pickups can be scheduled from one time per week to six times per week. Recyclable Materials placed in Company-provided containers or at the curb for Collection are the property of the Company.
Recyclable Materials. Those materials listed below, which have been segregated by the generator and placed in a container for Collection and Processing, but not including any Excluded Materials or Unacceptable Materials. Recyclable Materials shall also include non-Recyclable Materials commingled with Recyclable Materials, so long as (a) non-Recyclable Materials constitute 10% or less of the total commingled volume and weight, and (b) the commingled materials do not contain any Excluded Materials or Unacceptable Materials. The list of Recyclable Materials may be modified upon written agreement of the parties.
Recyclable Materials. The City reserves the right to operate a recycling program in which Concessionaire shall participate. If a recycling program is implemented, recyclable materials collected by Concessionaire shall be stored separately from trash and refuse. City may provide containers for recycling: (1) corrugated cardboard, (2) magazines, (3) newspapers, (4) tin and steel cans, (5) glass that is clear, brown, or green, and (6) high grade office paper, including letterhead, typing paper, photocopy paper, and computer paper. Concessionaire shall ensure that the following materials are not deposited in City recycling containers: (1) hazardous materials, (2) cans or other containers used to store paint, oil, solvent, cleaning fluids, or other hazardous liquids; and (3) “non-clean” paper, including wax coated paper, paper that is soiled with food, paper with plastic covers or windows, and colored paper.