Discarded Materials definition

Examples of Discarded Materials in a sentence

  • Contractor may reject un- containerized Discarded Materials with the exception of Major Appliances, Bulky Items, E-Scrap and large pieces of Organic Material such as tree limbs and dimensional lumber.

  • Contractor may reject any individual item that weighs more than two-hundred (200) pounds (excluding Major Appliances) unless Customer has paid, or has agreed in advance to pay an additional fee for service, and Contractor may reject un- containerized Discarded Materials with the exception of Major Appliances, Bulky Items, E-Scrap and large pieces of Organic Material such as tree limbs and dimensional lumber.

  • Contractor must obtain written agreements with Processing Subcontractors to guarantee capacity to Process Discarded Materials.

  • Contractor shall maintain accurate records for its operation, including, but not limited to, Discarded Materials quantities Collected and quantities Transported to or Transferred to each Approved Facility, listed separately by material type, Customer type, and Facility.

  • Contractor shall cooperate with Operator to ensure its Collection vehicles unload Solid Waste, Targeted Recyclable Materials, Organic Materials and all other Discarded Materials Collected by Contractor in the locations designated by Operator and SBWMA.


More Definitions of Discarded Materials

Discarded Materials means items of little or no apparent economic value, including but not limited to, deteriorated lumber, old newspapers, furniture parts, stoves, sinks, cabinets, household fixtures, refrigerators, vehicle parts, abandoned, broken or neglected equipment, or the scattered remains of such items;
Discarded Materials means Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials, Organic Materials, and C&D placed by a 161 Generator in a receptacle and/or at a location for the purposes of Collection by Contractor, excluding 162 Excluded Waste. 163 “Disposal or Dispose” (or any variation thereof) means the final disposition of Solid Waste at a Disposal 164 Facility. EXHIBIT A DEFINITIONS 165 “Disposal Contractor” means Waste Management of the South Bay, Inc., the party separately contracted 166 by the City for provision of Disposal services, and compensated by Contractor.
Discarded Materials means Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials, Organic Materials, and C&D placed by a Generator in a receptacle and/or at a location for the purposes of Collection by Contractor, excluding Excluded Waste. “Disposal or Dispose (or any variation thereof)” means the final disposition of Solid Waste at a Disposal site. Disposal does not include the use of Organic Materials as ADC so long as County and State regulations consider ADC use of Organic Materials as Diversion under the Act.
Discarded Materials means Franchised Materials delivered to the Approved Facility.
Discarded Materials means Solid Waste, Recyclables, Organic Waste, C&D Debris, Bulky Goods, and any combination of these material types properly placed for Collection by a Service Recipient or Generator for the purposes of Collection by Contractor. “Discarded Materials” does not include Excluded Waste.
Discarded Materials means and includes all materials not in use for the construction, maintenance, or as part of the equipment or furnishings, of the building situated on the premises and includes apparatuses, motor vehicles, or other chattels in a dismantled or partly dismantled state, not in use for the purposes for which they were constructed or intended, and occupying a place open to public view;