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! If incineration is used, bulky refuse items and noncombustible
rubbish, such as glass, large quantities of computer cards,
etc., shall be collected separately and not delivered to the
incinerator.
! Solid waste that is recyclable or suitable for resource recovery
shall be collected separately.
! After incinerator ashes have been quenched or sufficient time has
elapsed to ensure cooling of the ashes, they shall be collected
separately.
4.2.4.25 When segregation is required, materials are generally
separated as follows:
4.2.4.26 Hog-food garbage.  This operation must conform to state and
local health authority requirements.  Drained hog-food garbage is placed
separately in covered 32-gal garbage cans.  It includes kitchen leftovers,
plate wastes, lettuce leaves, pea hulls, corn cobs, vegetable tops, and rinds
and peelings from other than citrus fruits.  This material is typically
disposed of through the kitchen garbage grinder if not sold.
4.2.4.27 Other garbage and rubbish.  All other garbage and rubbish
are placed in covered 32-gal garbage cans or large multiple containers.  They
include drained coffee grounds, citrus fruit rinds, seafood and poultry
wastes, food wrappings, carbon and stencil paper, rubbish from barracks, and
similar unsalable items.  When refuse is disposed of by incineration, such
noncombustible materials as dirt, glass and crockery, metals, and other
mineral refuse must be segregated and placed in separate containers.
4.2.4.28 Spent cooking grease and trap grease.  These items are
placed in separate covered 10- or 16-gal garbage cans.  To eliminate the
possibility of spilling when the cans are handled during collection, do not
fill the cans more than 4 in. from the top.
4.2.4.29 Bones and meat trimmings.  When meat cutting is performed at
mess halls, bones and meat trimmings are placed in covered 32-gal garbage cans
and are generally sold as salvage.
4.2.4.30 Salvable paper, cardboard, and kraftboard.  Salvable paper
items are tied and stacked at one end of the pickup station.  They shall be
protected from the weather because they lose salvage value once they have
gotten wet.
4.2.4.31 Separated solid waste materials.  Store so that they are not
a fire, health, or safety hazard and do not provide food or harborage for
disease vectors (flies, mosquitos, rodents).  Contain or bundle wastes to
prevent spills.
4.2.4.32 Social Requirements
4.2.4.33 Store solid waste containing food waste securely in covered
or closed containers that are nonabsorbent, leakproof, durable, easily
cleanable, and designed for safe handling.
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