Wood waste definition

Wood waste means untreated wood and untreated wood products, including tree stumps (whole or chipped), trees, tree limbs (whole or chipped), bark, sawdust, chips, scraps, slabs, millings, and shavings. Wood waste does not include:
Wood waste means source separated whole trees, tree trunks, tree parts, tree stumps, brush and leaves provided that they are not composted, and lumber (non-chemically treated and unpainted);
Wood waste means solid waste consisting of wood pieces or particles which are generated from the manufacturing or production of wood products, harvesting, process or storage of raw wood materials, or construction and demolition activities.

Examples of Wood waste in a sentence

  • HFP warrants that it has title and ownership to any Wood Waste provided hereunder.

  • Title and risk of loss of Wood Waste shall pass from HFP to RIVERSIDE upon loading of the Wood Waste into Riversides transportation equipment.

  • HFP does not warrant the quantity of Wood Waste it will provide to Riverside hereunder.

  • If either Party transfers or sells assets which might affect the supply or use of Wood Waste hereunder, said Party shall promptly notice the other Party and neither Party shall transfer or sell such assets unless and until the transferee or purchaser of those assets first assumes all or a pro rata share of the obligations of the transferor or the vendor under this Agreement.

  • Northwood will promptly notify Riverside of any anticipated changes in its operations which would substantially affect the quantity of Wood Waste produced at the Mill Complex.


More Definitions of Wood waste

Wood waste means solid waste consisting of wood pieces or particles generated as a by-product or waste from the manufacturing of wood products, construction, demolition, handling and storage of raw materials, trees and stumps. This includes, but is not limited to, sawdust, chips, shavings, bark, pulp, hogged fuel, and log sort yard waste, but does not include wood pieces or particles containing paint, laminates, bonding agents or chemical preservatives such as creosote, pentachlorophenol, or copper-chrome-arsenate.
Wood waste means trees, untreated wood, and other natural woody debris, including tree stumps, brush and limbs, root mats, and logs.
Wood waste means tree stumps (whole or chipped), trees, tree limbs (whole or chipped), bark,
Wood waste means solid waste consisting of wood pieces or particles which are generated from the manufacturing or production of wood products, harvesting, processing or storage of raw wood materials, or construction or demolition activities.
Wood waste means clean, organic material including, but not necessarily limited to:
Wood waste means wood scraps, including painted, treated and coated wood from wood work residues, interior doors and household furniture, but does not include wood or wood scraps generated from construction, demolition, renovation or commercial purposes.
Wood waste means solid waste that consists of wood pieces or particles generated as a by-product or waste from the manufacturing of wood products, and the handling and storage of raw materials, trees, and stumps. This includes, but is not limited to, sawdust, chips, shavings, bark, pulp, and log sort yard waste, but does not in­ clude wood pieces or particles containing chemical preservatives such as creosote, pentachlorophenol, or copper-chrome-arsenate.