putrescible


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putrescible

(pyo͞o-trĕs′ə-bəl)
adj.
Subject to putrefaction.
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Another Nolan-ITU study estimates that the environmental cost of best-practice landfilling of putrescible waste in our major cities is as high as $640 million a year, easily exceeding the cost of salinity to Australia at $243 million (1).
Putrescible waste has an approximate density of 290 kilograms per cubic meter, and treating this waste imposes a considerable financial stress on the municipality.
With the removal of the putrescible component, the remaining waste for collection will be drier.
Contract award: acquisition terminals for the selective collection of putrescible waste.
Contract award: supply bioplastic bags for pre selective collection of putrescible waste.
The high percentage of putrescible materials in the waste stream (75.
Enclosed composting or other suitable treatment of green garden waste, putrescible kitchen waste and othersuitable bio-degradable waste delivered by or at the direction of Staffordshire County Council.