Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 459.432
“Household waste” defined.

“Household waste” means waste material, including, without limitation, garbage, trash and sanitary wastes in septic tanks that is generated by a household, including, without limitation, a single-family or multiple-unit residence, hotel, motel, bunkhouse, ranger station, crew quarters, campground, picnic ground and day-use recreational area. The term does not include nickel, cadmium, mercuric oxide, manganese, zinc-carbon or lead batteries, toxic art supplies, used motor oil, kerosene, solvent-based paint, paint thinner, paint solvents, fluorescent or high-intensity light bulbs, ammunition, fireworks, pesticides the use of which has been prohibited or restricted, or any other waste generated by a household that would otherwise be defined as hazardous waste pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS 459.430.
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