Putrefaction is the decomposition of animal proteins, especially by anaerobic microorganisms, described as putrefying bacteria. Decomposition is a more general process. Putrefaction usually results in amines such as putrescine and cadaverine, which have a putrid odor. Material that is subject to putrefaction is called putrescible.  (Wikipedia.com)

Putrescible - putrescible waste  Solid waste that contains organic matter capable of being decomposed by microorganisms and of such a character and proportion as to cause obnoxious odors and to be capable of attracting or providing food for birds or animals. (source google search)

decayable: liable to decay or spoil or become putrid

Note.. The term seems to have different definitions in different departments. There has been no official definition of 'non-putrescible waste', which is another hurdle the totally uninformed ratepayer has to jump over in 30 days.

Leachate - is the liquid that drains or 'leaches' from a landfill; it varies widely in composition regarding the age of the landfill and the type of waste that it contains.[1] It can usually contain both dissolved and suspended material.

EIS (Environmental Impact Statement)
A report that documents the information required to evaluate the environmental impact of a project. It informs decisionmakers and the public of the reasonable alternatives that would avoid or minimize adverse impacts or enhance the quality of the environment. (Source: http://www.epa.gov)

A report on the anticipated effect of a development on the local environment.

An EIS is the documentation of a study for federal projects that are expected to have significant social, economic, and/or environmental impacts. ...

Biosolids, also referred to as treated sludge, is a term used by the waste water industry to denote the byproduct of domestic and commercial sewage and wastewater treatment. These residuals are further treated to reduce pathogens and vector attraction by any of a number of approved methods.[1] Toxic chemicals such as PCBs, dioxin, and brominated flame retardants, may remain in treated sludge.[2][3] Depending on their level of treatment and resultant pollutant content, biosolids can be used in regulated applications for non-food agriculture, food agriculture, or distribution for unlimited use.  (Wikipedia.com)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the contexts of real estate and lodging, amenities are any tangible or intangible benefits of a property, especially those which increase the attractiveness or value of the property or which contribute to its comfort or convenience.
Tangible amenities might include parks, swimming pools, health club facilities, party rooms, guest rooms (lodgings), theater or media rooms, bike paths, community centers, doormen, oyster bars or garages, for example.
Intangible amenities might include a "pleasant view" or aspect, low crime rates, or a "sun-lit living room velu", which all add to the living comforts of the property.

Joint Regional Planning Panels -(from http://jrpp.nsw.gov.au/ )

Consent  To agree in opinion or sentiment; to be of the same mind; to accord; to concur.

Consenting Authority  The entity that has the power to approve, Approve with provisions or disapprove an application

Inert, in English, to be inert is to be in a state of doing little or nothing.
In chemistry, the term inert is used to describe something that is not chemically active. The noble gases were described as being inert because they did not react with the other elements or themselves. It is now understood that the reason that inert gases are completely inert to basic chemical reactions (such as combustion, for example) is that their outer valence shell is completely filled with electrons. With a filled outer valence shell, an inert atom is not easily able to acquire or lose an electron, and is therefore not able to participate in any chemical reactions. For inert substances, a lot of energy is required before they can combine with other elements to form compounds. High temperatures and pressure are usually necessary, sometimes requiring the presence of a catalyst.

For example, elemental nitrogen is inert under standard room conditions and exists as a diatomic molecule, N2. The inertness of nitrogen is due to the presence of the very strong triple covalent bond in the N2 molecule; nitrogen gas can, however, react to form compounds such as lithium nitride (Li3N) under standard conditions.  (Wikipedia.com)

Inert atmospheres of gases such as nitrogen and argon are routinely used in chemical reactions where air sensitive and water sensitive compounds are handled.  (Wikipedia.com)

Toxic see.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxic

disadvantage (plural disadvantages)

A weakness or undesirable characteristic; a con.

  1. The disadvantage to owning a food processor is that you have to store it somewhere.
  2. A setback or handicap. My height is a disadvantage for reaching high shelves.
Synonyms TBA, - To be advised