Food Scraps definition

Food Scraps means those Discarded Materials that will decompose and/or putrefy including: (i) all kitchen and table Food Waste; (ii) animal or vegetable waste that is generated during or results from the storage, preparation, cooking or handling of food stuffs; (iii) fruit waste, grain waste, dairy waste, meat, and fish waste; and, (iv) vegetable trimmings, houseplant trimmings and other Compostable Organic Waste common to the occupancy of Residential dwellings. Food Scraps are a subset of Food Waste.
Food Scraps means unprocessed and processed vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy products, meats, and other residuals from food intended for human or animal consumption, and any compostable containers or compostable serviceware that are commingled with the food scraps.
Food Scraps means those discarded materials that will decompose and/or putrefy including: (i)

Examples of Food Scraps in a sentence

  • Total Organic Materials Tonnage Collected and delivered for processing by Service Sector listed separately by material type (e.g., Plant Materials, Food Scraps, or Organic Materials).

  • Food Scraps that are separated by the Generator and used by the Generator or distributed to other Person(s) for lawful use as animal feed, in accordance with 14 CCR Section 18983.1(b)(7).

  • Collection, transportation and disposal of Landscape Waste and Food Scraps as more particularly described Section 4.2 of this Agreement.

  • Food Scraps intended for animal feed may be Self-Hauled by Generator or hauled by another party.

  • The word “Compostables” means Yard Debris and Food Scraps separately or combined.

More Definitions of Food Scraps

Food Scraps means solid waste from fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy products, fish, shellfish, nuts, seeds, grains, coffee grounds, and other food that results from the distribution, storage, preparation, cooking, handling, selling or serving of food for human consumption. Food scraps includes but is not limited to excess, spoiled or unusable food and includes inedible parts commonly associated with food preparation such as pits, shells, bones, and peels. Food scraps does not include liquids or large amounts of oils and meats which are collected for rendering, fuel production or other non-disposal applications, or any food fit for human consumption that has been set aside, stored properly and is accepted for donation by a charitable organization and any food collected to feed animals in compliance with applicable regulations
Food Scraps means a subset of Organic Materials including: (i) all kitchen and table food waste, and animal or vegetable fruit, grain, dairy or fish waste that attends or results from the storage, preparation, cooking or handling of foodstuffs, with the exception of animal excrement, (ii) paper waste contaminated with putrescible material, and (iii) biodegradable plastic food service ware.
Food Scraps means inedible food, trimmings from the preparation of food, food-soiled paper, and edible food that is not donated. Food scraps shall not include used cooking oil, yellow grease or food from residential sources, or any food identified in regulations promulgated by the department in consultation with the department of agriculture and markets or any food which is subject to a recall or seizure due to the presence of pathogens, including but not limited to: Listeria Monocytogenes, confirmed Clostridium Botulinum, E. coli and all salmonella in ready-to-eat foods.
Food Scraps means all material resulting from the production, storage, preparation, processing, cooking, handling, selling, or serving of food for human or animal consumption, including but not limited to, meats, grains, dairy, fish, fruits, and vegetables.
Food Scraps means all edible or inedible food such as, but not limited to, fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, shellfish, bones, rice, beans, pasta, bread, cheese, coffee grounds, and eggshells. Food Scraps excludes fats, oils, and grease when such materials are Source Separated from other Food Scraps.
Food Scraps mean garbage that is capable of being composted and as further defined in 415 ILCS 5/3.197.
Food Scraps means food residuals including but not limited to vegetables, fruits, grains, dairy products, meats, and the compostable packaging that may be commingled.