Commercial low-level waste resulting from nonnuclear fuel cycle sources. These include the commercial producers of radiochemicals and radiopharmaceuticals, luminous dial manufacturers, and instruments that incorporate sealed source components (e.g., smoke detectors).
Process waste associated with manufacturing. This waste usually is not classified as either municipal waste or hazardous waste by federal or state laws.
Waste produced or arising from manufacturing or industrial activities or processes.
MN Rules (7035.0300, Subd. 45) defines industrial waste as “All solid waste generated from an industrial or manufacturing process and solid waste generated from non-manufacturing activities, such as service and commercial establishments. Industrial solid waste does not include office materials, restaurant and food preparation waste, discarded machinery, demolition debris, municipal solid waste combustor ash or household refuse.
Waste generated by manufacturing industry.
Unwanted materials produced in or eliminated from an industrial operation and categorized under a variety of headings, such as liquid wastes, sludge, solid wastes, and hazardous wastes.
Any liquid, gaseous, solid or radioactive waste material, or combination of such materials, resulting from any process of industry, manufacturing, trade or business, or from the development and recovery of natural resources.
All nonhazardous solid wastes generated by industries and manufacturing facilities. May also include small quantities of wastes generated from cafeterias, offices, or retail sales departments on the same premises.
Waste generated from industrial premises, such as factories.
Waste from any factory or industrial process (excluding mines and quarries)
rubbish from any buildings occupied by a factory or industry. For example a chocolate factory, a toy factory or a paint-making factory.
The NSW EPA classifies waste in the following order, ranging from the least harmful to the most harmful to the environment inert, solid, industrial, and hazardous. The industrial waste type may contain somewhat higher (four times) levels of the contaminants listed under "Environmentally Significant Transformations" than solid waste and needs to be managed with more stringent environmental controls than solid waste.
Waste from factories and industrial and commercial facilities.
Waste from a factory or industrial process.
waste generated as a result of manufacturing or industrial processing
Unwanted materials from an industrial operation; may be liquid, sludge, solid, or hazardous waste.
Manufacturing product waste.
Industrial waste is waste type produced by industrial factories, mills and mines. It has existed since the outset of the industrial revolution. Toxic waste and chemical waste are two designations of industrial waste.