Recyclable Materials means materials that are separated from mixed municipal solid waste for the purpose of recycling or composting, including paper, glass, plastics, metals, automobile oil, batteries, source-separated compostable materials, and sole source food waste streams that are managed through biodegradative processes. Refuse-derived fuel or other material that is destroyed by incineration is not a recyclable material. (Minn. Stat. § 115A.03, Subd. 25a)
Recyclable Materials means aluminum cans, tin, steel and bi-metal cans, clear, green and brown glass bottles and jars, newspapers, magazines, mixed papers (junk mail, chipboard, white and colored paper, brown kraft paper bags): corrugated cardboard, # I PETE plastic containers and #2 HPDE plastic containers, #3-#7 plastic containers and bags, aseptic beverage containers, six-pack rings and twelve-pack bands, and any other material or materials which the Municipality and the Contractor mutually agree to include as a "Recyclable Material" subsequent to the execution of this Agreement.
Examples of Recyclable Materials in a sentence
Scrap and Waste Recycling Facilities (Non-Source Separated, Nonliquid Recyclable Materials).
More Definitions of Recyclable Materials
Recyclable Materials or “Recyclables” means newsprint, corrugated cardboard, Boxboard and other paper products, redeemable beverage containers, milk cartons, glass bottles and jars, steel/tin food cans, aluminum cans, aluminum foil plates, trays and wrap, high-density polyethylene plastic containers (HDPE #2), low-density polyethylene plastic containers (LDPE #4), and polyethylene terephthalate plastic bottles (PET #1), plastic bags (#2 and #4), stretch wrap (pallet wrap) or other items set out in any Directive;
Recyclable Materials means those solid wastes that are separated for recycling or reuse, such as papers, metals, and glass, that are identified as recyclable material pursuant to a local comprehensive solid waste plan. Prior to the adoption of the local comprehensive solid waste plan, adopted pursuant to RCW 70A.205.075(2), local governments may identify recyclable materials by ordinance from July 23, 1989.