- Construction and demolition debris such as wood, metal, etc.
- Brick, mortar, concrete, stone, and asphalt.
- Cardboard boxes.
- Natural vegetation, such as tree limbs, stumps, and leaves.
- Appliances which have had the motor removed, except for refrigerators or air conditioners.
- Plastic, glass, crockery, and metal, except containers.
- Sawdust, wood shaving, and wood chips.
- Any waste listed above contaminated by a possible pollutant, such as food or chemical.
- Household garbage.
- Food or drink waste.
- Industrial Waste.
- Contaminated Soils.
- Paint or paint buckets.
- Oil containers and chemical containers.
- Any metal, glass, plastic, or paper containers.
- Paper waste.
- Engines or motors.
- Whole, cut, or shredded tires.
- Toxic or hazardous waste.
- Asbestos and asbestos containing material.
- Medical Waste.
- Other waste which may have an adverse effect on the environment.