Organic Waste definition

Organic Waste means food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, nonhazardous wood waste, and food-soiled paper waste that is mixed in with food waste.
Organic Waste means such type of Solid Waste that can be degraded by micro- organisms, but shall not include Excluded Wastes;
Organic Waste means solid wastes containing material originated from living organisms and their metabolic waste products including, but not limited to, food, yard trimmings, organic textiles and carpets, lumber, wood, Paper Products, Printing And Writing Paper, manure, biosolids, digestate, and sludges, or as otherwise defined in 14 CCR Section 18982(a)(46). Biosolids and digestate are as defined in 14 CCR Section 18982(a)(4) and 14 CCR Section 18982(a)(16.5), respectively.

Examples of Organic Waste in a sentence

  • Organic Waste Non-Hazardous >10%biogas plants across its locations, to process kitchen / horticultural waste.

  • These third party revenue assumptions, if applicable, should be included in each Proponent’s Proposal.The City will pay Project Co a Monthly Service Payment, calculated in advance, based on one twelfth of the City Tipping Fees associated with the annual tonnage of City Organic Waste expected to be delivered to the Facility during the upcoming Contract Year.

  • Introduction of a Mandatory Organic Waste Disposal Reduction in Compliance with Senate Bill 1383 Recommended Action:Conduct the public hearing, introduce, and waive the first reading of the Mandatory Organic Waste Disposal Reduction Ordinance required by the State of California.

  • Proponents are to indicate in their Proposals the tonnages of City Organic Waste to be delivered to the Facility by the City each month during the Commissioning period.Upon Service Commencement, the City will commence paying the Service Payments.

  • Upon the commencement of Commissioning of the Facility the City will make Commissioning Payments reflecting a reduced City Tipping Fee at 80% of the proposed Band 1 City Tipping Fee for any City Organic Waste delivered.


More Definitions of Organic Waste

Organic Waste means such type of waste that can be degraded by micro-organisms, but shall not include Excluded Wastes.
Organic Waste. (“gwastraff organig”) means waste material produced by or from animals or plants as a by-product of agricultural production, including animal bedding;
Organic Waste means waste generated as a result of normal domestic gardening activities, including grass cuttings, leaves, plants, flowers and other similar small and light organic matter, but does not include tree branches with a diameter thicker than 40 mm at any point of its length, un-compactable waste and any waste generated as a result of commercial garden service activities;
Organic Waste means waste of a biological origin that can be broken down into its base compounds by micro-organisms, other living things or other forms of treatment within a reasonable period, and includes garden waste, animal carcasses, food waste and wood waste;
Organic Waste means solid wastes containing material originated from living organisms and their metabolic waste products, including, but not limited to, food waste, green material, landscape and pruning waste, organic textiles and carpets, lumber, wood, paper products, printing and writing paper, manure, biosolids, digestate, and sludges or as otherwise defined in 14 CCR section 18982(a)(46).Biosolids and digestate are as defined by 14 CCR section 18982(a).
Organic Waste means any brush, leaves, grass, tree trimmings, garden waste, kitchen waste or any cardboard or paper containers delivered to EWSWA facilities.
Organic Waste means any waste that is capable of undergoing anaerobic or aerobic decomposition through a biological treatment process, such as food and garden waste;