Solid Waste Sample Clauses

Solid Waste. The Licensee shall have to make arrangements for disposal of solid waste, which shall be got removed from the premises on a daily basis to ensure perfect cleanliness as per Corporation of Chennai Norms. The Licensee shall have to make arrangements for the solid waste to be separated into glass, plastic and food waste and for the food waste to be treated in a shredder to be converted into a paste. The waste shall need to be expelled into a common dump or waste area provided/ indicated by CMRL. If solid waste is found disposed of on CMRL land or premises a penalty/fine of Rs.2000/- shall be imposed by CMRL for each occasion.
Solid Waste. Garbage, Recyclable Materials and Organic Waste resulting from the normal activities of a Service Unit. Solid Waste must be generated by and at the Service Unit wherein the Solid Waste is collected and does not include items defined herein as Exempt Waste.
Solid Waste. All putrescible and non-putrescible solid, semi-solid, and associated liquid waste, including residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal garbage, trash, refuse, paper, rubbish, ashes, demolition and construction wastes, discarded home and industrial appliances, manure, vegetable or animal solid and semi-solid wastes, and other discarded solid and semi-solid wastes. Solid Waste does not include Hazardous Waste, biosolids (as described in Section 3.5.7) or Infectious Waste, but (for the avoidance of doubt) does include Refuse, Recyclable Materials and Green Waste.
Solid Waste. Company shall provide semi-automated or automated tipper Carts in 32-, 64-, and 96-gallon capacities to be placed for Collection at the curb or, upon approval of Company, the designated Collection location. Company will also provide Bins with 1-6, 10-, or 18-cubic yard capacities for large volumes of material. Company will determine the size and type of container depending on materials generated, recycled and diverted, safety, collection vehicle and service location. Service levels shall range from one time per week to six times per week. Each Town facility must subscribe to a level of service that is adequate for the volume of material generated. Lids of containers must close and should not be overflowing. Company retains approval of all service locations for carts not at the curb and bins. For safety and equipment purposes, Company retains right of approval as to the type of compactor to be serviced and service location.
Solid Waste. Useless, unwanted or discarded materials with insufficient liquid content to be free-flowing, that result from domestic, industrial, commercial, agricultural, governmental and community operations which require proper storage, collection, transportation and disposal to prevent environmental pollution inimical to public health, safety and welfare. Solid Waste does not include sewage, earth or material used to fill land in accordance with construction codes, mining residues, slag, dissolved or suspended solids in industrial waste water effluents which are not acceptable for disposal in sanitary sewage treatment system or any material included in the definition of Excluded Waste.