waste receptacle

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waste receptacle

A container for holding or facilitating the removal of refuse.
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Mr Modiegi also pointed out that the council had just completed a bin survey coverage, and that the results depicted that only 10 per cent of residents owned a waste receptacles.
A new fine of PS400 for small scale flytipping would be introduced and penalties for offences for waste receptacles and litter control notices would increase from PS100 to PS150 under plans put forward by the council's cabinet.
Because there are no onshore waste receptacles, and it was possible that the boat operators empty their waste into the water, the report said.
Valet Living's durable, attractive and environmentally-friendly pet waste receptacles and bag dispensers also have easy-to-read instructions and pet policy reminders so on-site management doesn't need to worry about policing residents.
But he did warn these waste receptacles could start to smell during prolonged hot weather.
A council spokesman, responding to a Freedom of Information Request, said: "The list of postcodes where the waste receptacles collected by LSSL are bags rather than bins are streets with a 4ft alleyway to the rear where there is no storage space of bins either at the front or the rear of the property.
For each candidate waste collection point, we identified the existing space currently utilized for waste receptacles and assumed that this was the only space potentially available for receptacle siting.
This study posited that perforated covered waste bin was the most prominent waste receptacles been used by the private health institutions and it prominent use can be traced to the fact that it is cheap and readily available in the market.
The Scensible Source's products include Scensibles personal disposable bags and specially designed bags to properly line feminine waste receptacles, which will help maintain clean restroom standards.
Dispensed through misting systems, portable sprayers and water trucks, CupriDyne Clean is safe and effective on a host of surfaces including soils, metals, concrete and asphalt docks, floors, walls, feed and water receptacles, waste receptacles, tanks, bins, liners and dumpsters.
The Institute mentored design students at Georgia Institute of Technology and Stanford University to educate them on NICU needs and challenge them to develop solutions for areas that the project's development team considered unsolved, such as tangled cords and tubing, hand-washing, and waste receptacles. The student team solutions were on display at the 2014 Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in San Diego during Its Patient Experience Simulation Lab sessions.
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