Waste facility definition

Waste facility means any structure or combination of
Waste facility means any area designated for the accumulation or deposit of extractive waste, whether in a solid or liquid state or in solution or suspension, for the following time-periods:
Waste facility means any site to which “waste” or “petroleum" from the operations of an "underground storage tank” is legally consigned for delivery or delivered for storage, disposal, processing or treatment, provided that such site:

Examples of Waste facility in a sentence

  • These materials could also go to a Household Hazardous Waste facility or a licensed treatment, storage, and disposal facility.Regardless of the above exemption, the GCLBA has decided to divert certain waste from landfill disposal and therefore will identify select materials at each structure, which will require manifesting and transportation to a licensed treatment, storage, or disposal facility or other appropriate disposal location.

  • Waste disposal guidelines for the Bulky Waste facility are published on the Town web site at the address shown below.

  • The Solid Waste facility is home to an active landfill, a recycling center, composting site, and ancillary facilities.

  • Waste facility" means any land area, structure, location, equipment or combination of them, including dumps, used for handling hazardous, biomedical or solid waste, waste oil, sludge or septage.

  • Since 2011, recyclables go to a Materials Recycling Facility in Wandsworth and residuals are barged down river to the Riverside Resource Recovery (RRR) facility at Belvedere, in the London Borough of Bexley where the waste is incinerated to generate electricity – it is the largest Energy from Waste facility in the UK and one of the largest in Europe, which will eventually generate up to 72MW of power.


More Definitions of Waste facility

Waste facility means, individually, either Designated Facility, the Facility or any other properly permitted Resources Recovery Facility, the Recycling Facility, any Transfer Station, Recycling Transfer Station or Landfill, or any other facility that is used or may be used by CRRA to (i) process or dispose of Acceptable Solid Waste or (ii) recycle Acceptable Recyclables.
Waste facility means any structure or combination of structures utilized to control poultry waste until it can be utilized in an authorized manner; and
Waste facility means all property, real or personal, including negative and positive easements and water and air rights, which is or may be needed or useful for the processing or disposal of waste, except property for the collection of the waste and property used primarily for the manufacture of scrap metal or paper. Waste facility includes but is not limited to transfer stations, processing facilities, and disposal sites and facilities.
Waste facility means any site to which waste from the operations of an "insured site" is legally consigned for delivery or delivered for storage, disposal, processing or treatment, provided that such site:
Waste facility means premises approved for the storage, treatment, processing, sorting, recycling or disposal of waste; and
Waste facility means sanitary landfill, chemical facility, waste-to-energy conversion facility, waste processing facility, or any combination of these whose operation includes the storage or disposal of waste matter as defined herein.
Waste facility means premises used for the storage, treatment, processing, sorting, recycling or disposal of waste;