domestic waste definition

domestic waste means refuse and other rubbish generated by or emanating from residential premises and includes house refuse;
domestic waste means waste generated on premises used solely for residential purposes and purposes of public worship, including halls or other buildings used for religious purposes, but does not include business waste, building waste, garden waste or bulky waste;

Examples of domestic waste in a sentence

Domestic waste haulers licensed by the State of Massachusetts will be contracted to regularly remove the sanitary waste and to maintain the facilities in good working order.

Domestic waste must be contained in suitable bins and secured against damaging by rodents or wild-life.


More Definitions of domestic waste

domestic waste. ’ means waste, excluding hazardous waste, that emanates from premises that are used wholly or mainly for residential, educational, health care, sport or recreation purposes, which include:
domestic waste means any liquid, gaseous or solid waste substance capable of polluting the waters of the State and resulting from any activity which is primarily domestic in nature.
domestic waste means the waste produced by residents in their homes;
domestic waste means wastewater (or water-carried waste) of human origin generated by personal activities from toilet, kitchen, laundry, or bathing facilities, or by other similar facilities used for household or residential dwelling purposes (“sanitary sewage”). Domestic waste shall not include any waste resulting from industrial or commercial processes, including, without limitation, any hazardous or toxic pollutants. Wastes emanating from sources other than residential dwelling units which are to be considered domestic wastes shall be of the same nature and strength and have the same flow rate characteristics.
domestic waste means any debris, rubbish, refuse, sewage, effluent, discard or garbage arising from residential household use, belonging to or associated with a house or use of a house or residential land, which for greater certainty includes all garbage, discarded material or items, broken or dismantled items, and materials or items exposed to the elements, deteriorating or decaying on land due to exposure or the weather, and for even greater certainty “domestic waste” includes but is not limited to the following classes of material regardless of the nature or condition of the material, article or thing:
domestic waste means waste produced by a household;”,