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  • wastes
  • Those wastes such as toxic, radioactive or pathogenic substances which require special handling to avoid illness or injury to persons or damage to property and the environment, including pesticides, acids, caustics, pathological wastes, radioactive wastes, flammable or explosive materials and any such chemical or harmful waste which may require special handling and is considered to be an immediate or potential hazard to operation of a normal solid waste disposal system. (ecode360.com)
  • garbage
  • 21441) This invention comprises novel and useful improvements in apparatus for garbage disposal, and more specifically pertains to improvements in a system and mechanism for the collection and disposal of garbage by a municipality in a more sanitary and economical manner. (google.com)
  • The primary object of this invention is to provide improvements in the disposal of garbage by municipalities and the like which will enable a much more sanitary and hygen-ic method for the handling of garbage and the delivery of the same to a garbage dump or processing plant. (google.com)
  • indiscriminate dumping o
  • As from the date of this order, there shall be zero tolerance for environmental abuse, including illegal and indiscriminate dumping of refuse, construction on drainage points and setbacks," he said. (thenewsmatrics.com)
  • A common feature of most cities in Nigeria and other developing countries is indiscriminate dumping of refuse along major roads, streets, markets, and open spaces. (jomip.org)
  • Health
  • Health promotion intervention activities involved massive community awareness campaign program about health implications of indiscriminate refuse disposal, carried out in the community council hall, market square and primary school. (jomip.org)