|Aggregate, roadbase or ballast
||Material such as rock and/or gravel. Examples: asphalt, road base, railway ballast, processed sandstone. Excluding: crushed concrete
||Examples: Aluminium frames, aluminium cans.
||Asbestos means the fibrous form of those mineral silicates that belong to the servpentine or amphibole groups of rock-forming minerals, including actinolite, amosite (brown asbestos), anthophyllite, chrysotile (white asbestos), crocidolite (blue asbestos) and tremolite. Examples: any of the following made from asbestos - sheeting, roofing, lagging, pipes, rubble or soil.
||Examples: Ash from any incinerator or fly ash or bottom ash
||Examples: Batteries separated from electronic devices and vehicle batteries.
|Bricks or concrete
||Bricks, mortar or concrete. Examples: bricks with mortar, concrete containing steel reinforcing. Excluding: fibre cement
|Biosolids or manures
||Biosolids: the organic product that results from sewage treatment processes (sometimes referred to as sewage sludge). Manure: any mixture of manure and biodegradable animal bedding (such as straw).
|Ceramics, tiles, pottery
||Examples: terracotta roof tiles, pottery, porcelain products. Excluding: bricks and concrete.
||Recyclable wastes such as plastic, glass and paper that have been collected for recycling
|Composts or mulches
||Organic material that has been composted, chipped or shredded.
||Soil that is contaminated and not suitable for reuse. Excluding: soil contaminated with asbestos
||Spoil from dredging activities. Dredging is defined as the excavation of natural material to provide and/or increase the dimensions of a waterway, or ensure that existing channels, berths or harbour works area maintained at their design specifications.
||Electrical goods, TV, Computers, Toaster, Radio, Ipod, gameboys, stereos, speakers, VCR, DVD players, small electrical, Power tools
|Ferrous (iron or steel)
||Examples: steel cans, scrap steel, car bodies, steel reinforcing. Excluding: gas bottles.
|Food or kitchen
||Food waste from manufacture, preparation, sale or consumption of food. Excluding: agricultural waste
||Examples: glass in the following form - windows, bottles, plate glass, glass fines. Excluding: perspex, fluorescent tubes, light bulbs.
||Mixed waste is any waste that contains more than one of the material composition types (MCC's). Example: composite products such as light bulbs, plastic coated timber. waste, mixed waste from commercial or industrial activities. Excluding: commingled recyclables.
|Non-ferrous (metals, not iron steel or aluminium)
||Examples: lead, copper, brass. Excluding: aluminium, steel.
||Examples: engine oils, vegetable oils, cooking oil.
|Paper or cardboard
||Paper and Cardboard
||Gypsum based construction sheeting. Excluding: fibre cement, MDF, masonite, villaboard, chipboard, asbestos.
|Pharmacy or clinical
||Clinical and related waste as defined under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
||Examples: perspex, PVC piping, astroturf, polystyrene, plastic weed matt, pool liners, polypropylene, extruded plastic, plastic crates.
||Paint (dry or wet), Chemicals, Fluorescent tubes; compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), Household Chemicals, Gas Bottles. Oil filters,
|Residues or rejects
||Residues from industrial or manufacturing processes. Examples: woolwash, drilling mud, pond waste, slag, filter cake, fibre cement, cell scale. Excluding: fly ash or bottom ash (Note: "Ash" has a separate material composition code)
|Soil (not contaminated or VENM)
||Examples: clay, sand, topsoil. Excluding: contaminated soil, VENM
||Synthetic or natural woven material. Examples: rags, fibreglass insulation, carpet and underlay.
||Examples: whole, shredded or dewalled tyres
|Vegetation or garden
||Soft vegetation/garden waste. Examples: grass clippings, small prunings, seaweed, leaves, non woody weeks, non woody agricultural waste. Excluding: food, compost, mulches, wood, sawdust, timber, trees and tree stumps.
|Virgin excavated natural material
||Virgin Excavated Natural Material that is not mixed with any other waste (clay, gravel, sand, soil and rock) and that (a) has been excavated from areas that are not contaminated, as the result of industrial, commercial, mining or agricultural activities, with manufactured chemicals and does not contain sulphidic ores or soils, or (b) consists of excavated natural materials that meet such criteria as may be approved by the EPA.
||Dead animals and animal parts and any mixture of dead animals and animal parts.
|Wood, trees or timber
||Examples: trees or tree stumps. Raw, treated or painted timber, sawdust, wooden crates, wooden packaging, wooden pallets, wood shavings, MDF, chipboard, particle board, masonite. Excluding: plastic coated timbers.f