Organic Matter definition

Organic Matter means perspiration, urine, saliva, suntan oil, cosmetics, lotions, dead skin, and similar debris introduced to water by users and the environment.
Organic Matter means organic matter having a carbon content expressed as equivalent methane;
Organic Matter means materials that are suitable for composting under this bylaw unless excluded by municipal, Provincial or Federal enactments or orders that prohibit or restrict composting or composting methods.

Examples of Organic Matter in a sentence

  • Organic Matter shall be commercially prepared compost, composted sufficiently to be free of all woody fibers, seeds, and leaf structures, and free of toxic and nonorganic matter.

  • Pre-construction stage (The project after assign to contractor)PH, Sulfate (SO3), Chloride, ORP, water Soluble salts EC, Organic Matter, Moisture ContentInside and outside (just close to the proposed site, 2 locations) of the proposed substationOne time Technical specificationsContractor by CPCB approved laboratoryContractor/ PMUB.

  • Construction StagePH, Sulfate (SO3), Chloride, ORP, water Soluble salts EC, Organic Matter, Moisture ContentInside and outside (just close to the proposed site, 2 locations) of the proposed substationTwo times/year Technical specificationsContractor by CPCB approved laboratoryContractor/ PMUC.

  • Standard Practice for Measuring Volatile Organic Matter in Water by Aqueous-Injection Gas Chromatography, IBR approved for §60.564(j).

  • Standard Test Methods for Moisture, Ash, and Organic Matter of Peat and Other Organic Soils.


More Definitions of Organic Matter

Organic Matter means that substance remaining after removal of the moisture and total ash fractions from partially humified matter of animal or vegetable origin; (matière organique)
Organic Matter means the remains, residues, or waste products of any organism. (bl) “Pest” means any of the following that is, or is liable to become, dangerous or detrimental to the agricultural or nonagricultural environment of the state: (1) Any insect, predatory animal, rodent, nematode, or weed; and (2) Any form of terrestrial,
Organic Matter means material derived from plant or animal origin. The material may be at different stages of decomposition. Organic matter may include soil and other ingredients if they are shown to be beneficial to the compost process.
Organic Matter means the remains, residues, or waste products of any organism.
Organic Matter means those materials set out in OMRR Schedule 12 that are suitable for composting into Class A Compost or Class B Compost. These materials include animal bedding, biosolids, brewery and winery waste, domestic septic tank sludge, fish wastes, human food waste, hatchery waste, manure, milk processing waste, fruit, and vegetable material from processing plants, poultry carcasses, red-meat waste, untreated and unprocessed wood residuals, whey, yard waste.
Organic Matter means the remains, residues, or waste products of any organism. (bl) “Pest” means any of the following that is, or is liable to become, dangerous or detrimental to the agricultural or nonagricultural environment of the state: (1) Any insect, predatory animal, rodent, nematode, or weed; and (2) Any form of terrestrial, aquatic, or aerial plant or animal virus, fungus, bacteria, or other microorganism (except viruses, fungi, bacteria, or other microorganisms on or in living man or other living animals). (bm) “Pesticide” means: (1) Any spray adjuvant. (2) Any substance, or mixture of substances which is intended to be used for defoliating plants, regulating plant growth, or for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any pest, as defined in section 12754.5 of the Food and Agricultural Code, which may infest or be detrimental to vegetation, man, animals, or households, or be present in any agricultural or nonagricultural environment whatsoever.
Organic Matter means husk, bran fragments, chaff, stems, straw and grains other than rice;