Household Waste (Domestic Waste)

Business / Real Estate / Household Waste (Domestic Waste): Solid waste, composed of garbage and rubbish, which normally originates from residential, private households, or apartment buildings. Domestic waste may contain a significant amount of toxic or hazardous waste from improperly discarded pesticides, paints, batteries, and cleaners.

Other Words for Waste

Waste Noun Synonyms: assassinate, murder, kill, put away, rub out, ice
Waste Verb Synonyms: wasting, extravagance, prodigality, wastefulness, squandering, indulgence, lavishness, profligacy, dissoluteness, improvidence, overindulgence
Waste Adjective Synonyms: squander, misuse, throw away, fritter away, misspend, splurge, dissipate, blow

Viewers Per Viewing Household (VPVH)

Technology / Television (TV) / Viewers Per Viewing Household (VPVH): The number of viewing persons per tuning household: usually reported as 'per 1000 viewing households.' MORE

Television Households

Technology / Television (TV) / Television Households: An estimate of the number of households that have one or more television sets. MORE

Solid Waste

Business / Agriculture / Solid Waste: Non-liquid, non-soluble materials ranging from municipal garbage to industrial wastes that contain complex and sometimes hazardous substances. Solid wastes also include sewage sludge, agricultural ref MORE


Business / Real Estate / Waste: An improper use or an abuse of a property by a possessor who holds less than fee ownership, such as a tenant, life tenant, mortgagor or vendee. Such waste ordinarily impairs the value of the land or t MORE

Waste Area

Entertainment / Golf / Waste Area: (also 'waste bunker') a relatively unmaintained area (usually, but not always, with a surface of pebbles, sand or similar) that is not considered a hazard MORE

Waste Treatment Pond

Business / Agriculture / Waste Treatment Pond: A shallow lagoon or similar storage facility, often man-made, used to treat liquid agricultural wastes, particularly liquid manure from livestock production farms, through the interaction of sunlight, MORE