The proper disposition of scrap, valuable waste, and salvageable material will be planned for all Physical Plant work functions, whether for a specific single event, or for continuous operations.
Transport of all scrap, valuable waste, and salvageable material shall be properly recorded when disposed of, or inventoried when stored for later use.
The manifest for disposition of scrap and salvageable material will be in the form of a service request to relocate material by a designated Plant division that includes a description of the material, its initial location, and final disposition or storage location.
No Physical Plant employee may acquire for their own personal use or gain any item of of scrap, valuable or non-valuable waste, or salvageable material. This shall include packaging materials and used construction materials destine for disposal, even if disposal is to be in the University waste stream.
That all scrap, valuable waste, and salvageable materials associated with, remodeling, renovation, maintenance, and new construction accomplished or managed by Physical Plant shall be properly disposed of, or prepared for storage and reuse in a manner that complies with all applicable State and Local law as well as WIU and Physical Plant policy.
To reduce the possibility of misappropriation of scrap, valuable waste, and salvageable material, or the perception that such material is being misappropriated during the course of normal Physical Plant work functions.
To strictly control short or long term storage of salvageable material and equipment to reduce costly storage of non valuable or obsolete material and equipment within Physical Plant.
Guideline versus Policy:
As the work of a Physical Plant is extremely diverse, the act of disposing of scrap and salvageable material in every instance may not always fit within the rigidity of a described policy or procedure. This directive will distinguish between "guideline" and "policy" to allow for flexibility and common sense interpretations needed to accomplish the stated purpose.
For situations where these guidelines do not seem to apply, the responsible manger shall use common sense in developing procedures that best satisfies the stated purpose.
Whenever a deviation in this policy is thought to be required, all proposed revised procedures shall first be approved by the Director of Physical Plant.
Maintenance shops that generate scrap or valuable waste are being supplied with recycling bins for disposal of small and medium sized material through Property Accounting. Maintenance shops shall involve proper moving personnel, Safety and Health Officer, and Property Accounting as applicable for disposing of materials and/or equipment.
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A stock is a very versatile ingredient because it can be any of the five basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami. Stocks or broths are commonly of Umami flavors. These savory flavor enhancers are based on amino acids and nucleotides, which are commonly used as sodium or calcium salts. In simple words, monosodium glutamate or MSG.
Most of the flavors of stock come from the cartilage and connective tissue of bones or fresh meat. Which contains collagen that when heated, turns into gelatin that thickens the stock. Spices are used to add more variety to flavor.
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