Rubbish Sample Clauses

Rubbish. All refuse, accumulation of paper, excelsior, rags, wooden boxes and 142 containers, sweep-ups and all other accumulations of a non-putrescible nature, resulting from 143 the normal activities of a Temporary Service Unit. Rubbish must be generated by and at the 144 Temporary Service Unit wherein the Rubbish is Collected. Rubbish does not include items 145 herein defined as Exempt Waste.
Rubbish. All waste wood, wood chips, shavings, sawdust, printed matter, paper, pasteboard, rags, straw, used and discarded mattresses, used and discarded clothing, used and discarded shoes and boots, combustible waste pulp and other products such as are used for packaging, or wrapping crockery and glass, ashes, cinders, floor sweepings, glass, mineral or metallic substances, and any and all other waste materials not included in the definition of Excluded Waste.
Rubbish. There is no rubbish collection to the Property. All rubbish must removed from the Property on departure and placed in the kerb side bins outside the front gate. If these bins are full, Guest, Suppliers and members of the Rental Party must remove all excess rubbish.
Rubbish. You or any member of your household or visitors must dispose of rubbish correctly in containers/bin areas provided by the Council. You or any member of your household or visitors must not leave refuse bags, sacks, containers of recycling or any other items outside your front door or in the communal areas.
Rubbish. In the general interests of the Fair, Exhibitors must ensure that their pitches are at all times kept clean and free from rubbish to the satisfaction of the Organiser. Should stock or rubbish be left behind by any Exhibitor the Organiser reserves the right to pass on any costs incurred for removal of that stock or rubbish, or refuse to admit the Exhibitor at any future event.
Rubbish. The Tenant will keep the Premises and any loading areas used by the Tenant clean and tidy and in good order and will not permit waste or garbage to be placed or accumulate outside of the Premises. The Tenant will dispose of waste or garbage in the manner designated by the Landlord from time to time. The Tenant will not leave or permit to be left or stack or permit to be stacked any material on the Complex, other than in the Premises.
Rubbish. No rubbish, boxes or papers shall be placed or left in corridors, parking areas or other common areas of the residential property, except those areas designated for disposal. All garbage shall be drained, bagged, or wrapped, and tied securely before being placed in chute or approved receptacle. Spillage shall be cleaned up immediately by the person responsible. Tenants must comply with the building recycling methods.
Rubbish. All waste wood, wood products, tree trimmings, grass cutting, dead plants, weeds, leaves, dead trees or branches thereof, chips, shavings, sawdust, printed matter, used and discarded shoes and boots, combustible waste pulp and other products, such as those used for packaging, or wrapping crockery and glass, ashes, cinders, floor sweeping, glass, mineral or metallic substances, and any and all other waste materials not included in the definition are not included in the definition of 50 pounds Bag, Bulky Waste, Bundle, Container, Construction Debris, Dead Animals, Garbage, Hazardous Waste or Stable Matter; provided that organic materials, e.g. grass, weeds, flowers, bushes and tree branches resulting from work performed at a Residential Unit or an existing business, by a lawn maintenance or tree trimming service may be disposed of by the lawn maintenance or tree trimming service.
Rubbish a) To be removed from you room.