Trade waste definition

Trade waste means any solid, liquid, or gaseous waste material or rubbish resulting from construction, land clearing for construction or development, building operations, or the prosecution of any business, trade, or industry including, but not necessarily limited to, plastic products, cartons, paint, grease, oil and other petroleum products, chemicals or cinders.
Trade waste means any refuse resulting from the prosecution of any trade, business, industry, commercial venture (including farming and ranching), or utility or service activity, and any governmental or institutional activity, whether or not for profit.
Trade waste means any solid, liquid, or gaseous material resulting from construction of the prosecution of any business, trade or industry, or any demolition operation including, but not limited to, plastics, cardboard cartons, grease, oil, chemicals, and cinders.

Examples of Trade waste in a sentence

  • Trade waste water must be disposed of in accordance with the permit requirements of Sydney Water Corporation Ltd, Wastewater Source Control Branch.

  • Trade waste must be stored appropriately and be disposed of by a licensed waste carrier.

  • Political priorities – Trade waste services may be seen as a lower priority for politicians and residents, distracting from priority resident services.• Existing contacts – Councils have long contracts with third party suppliers.

  • Trade waste is defined as waste from any trade, manufacturer or business, or any waste building, or civil engineering materials, but does not include animal waste.

  • Trade waste, sewage or water from other premises may not be discharged from the occupier’s trade premises into the public wastewater system unless council has given prior written approval.


More Definitions of Trade waste

Trade waste means any solid, liquid, or gaseous waste resulting from the operation of any business, trade, or industry.
Trade waste means waste other than ordinary domestic sewage;
Trade waste means solid, liquid, or gaseous waste material resulting from construction or the conduct of any business, trade, or industry, or any demolition operation, including wood, wood containing preservatives, plastics, cartons, grease, oil, chemicals, and cinders.
Trade waste means solid or liquid material or rubbish resulting from construction, building operations, or the prosecution of any business, trade or industry including, but not limited to, plastic products, cartons, paint, grease, oil and other petroleum products, chemicals, cinders and other forms of solid or liquid waste material.
Trade waste means all solid or liquid material or rubbish resulting from building operations, construction, demolition operations, or the conduct of any business industry, governmental or institutional activity, or trade, including, but not limited to, chemicals, cinders, grease, paint, plastic products, and other forms of liquid or solid waste materials, whether or not for profit.
Trade waste means waste resulting from the operation of a trade premises;
Trade waste is defined in the Water (Trade Waste) Regulations 2014 which is suitable, according to the Statement of Approved Acceptance Criteria, for discharge into the Corporation’s sewerage system.