Definitions for "Containers"
Keywords:  bins, luggers, tote, hoppers, greasy
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Receptacles used to accumulate scrap metal by the person who generates the scrap. Examples of the different types of containers are hoppers, roll-off containers, drums, luggers, and bins.
The City provides refuse carts and recycling bins. Containers are to be maintained for safe collector access, such as not having jagged edges or greasy sides. Each recycling tote or bundled brush may weigh up to 50 pounds. Compostable trash cans are 33 gallons maximum size, with handles and lids.
The Solaris technology for delivering Server Virtualization (see also "Server Virtualization"). Solaris Containers isolate software applications or services using flexible, software-defined boundaries. Containers are a software-based "shell" for running applications so they enjoy a high degree of isolation from other applications running on the Solaris OE. Containers uniquely deliver resource, security, and fault isolation while running under an instance of the Solaris OE, providing both manageability and efficiency. Solaris Containers increases resource (server) utilization with dynamic resource reallocation between containers and reduce management costs via server consolidation.
Keywords:  boxes, truck, rail, shipping, carrier
Large boxes, often 8 feet high, 8 feet wide, and from 20 - 55 feet long. These containers can be transported by rail, truck, air, or water carrier, although air containers are often smaller.
Plastic containers, shipping containers, storage, clear plastic & metal containers, plastic storage & storage boxes.
Objects that can "hold" a collection of other objects or entities, some of which may themselves be containers.