Source and Effect

For practical purposes, the term waste includes any material that enters the waste management system. In this chapter, the term waste management system includes organized programs and central facilities established not only for final disposal of waste but also for recycling, reuse, composting, and incineration. Materials enter a waste management system when no one who has the opportunity to retain them wishes to do so.

Generally, the term solid waste refers to all waste materials except hazardous waste, liquid waste, and atmospheric emissions. CII waste refers to wastes generated by commercial, industrial, and institutional sources. Although most solid waste regulations include hazardous waste within their definition of solid waste, solid waste has come to mean nonhazardous solid waste and generally excludes hazardous waste.

This section describes the types of waste that are detailed in this chapter.

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