The Container House Rules are as follows: 1.
No glass bottles.
No plastic bottles.
No beer bottles.
No wine bottles.
No spirits bottles.
No liquor bottles.
No other alcoholic beverages.
No hard liquor or illegal substances.
No open containers or containers that may contain illegal drugs or other contraband.
No containers that contain or have been sealed or opened.
No large containers that are over 6 inches in diameter.
No outdoor containers or outdoor containers that have been opened or removed from their original location.
No portable or “fenced” containers or “dockless” containers that do not have a roof.
No container that is not a “frozen” or “cooled” container.
No “freezer” or a “cold” container (such as a “tatami mat” or something similar) that is intended to be used for storage of food.
No food containers or food containers that hold more than 3.2 ounces.
No metal containers that would be considered “food” or have a weight of more than 5 ounces.
No foods or other items that are packaged with a container that would require the use of hands.
No items that have a “fat” (food-derived) content.
No packaged goods that have an ingredient that contains more than one percent by weight of a food or other food-derived ingredient.
No alcoholic beverages that have no other ingredient other than water.
No products that contain more than two ingredients.
No meat, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs, dairy, eggs or any other food that contains meat, fish or seafood.
No fruits and vegetables that are not intended for human consumption.
No non-alcoholic beverages.
No nuts and seeds.
No dairy products.
No tobacco products.
No perfumes, shaving creams, body products, hair products, body shampoos, perfumes or cosmetics.
No clothing or accessories that are more than a “temporary” size of no more than 12 inches by 24 inches by 36 inches.
No disposable diapers or wipes.
No candy, gum or candy coating.
No gum, chewing gum, mint, chewing tobacco or chewing gum sticks.
No hot or cold beverages that are made from any other ingredients than water and other ingredients that are natural.
No toys, toys that are food, toys for children under the age of two, or toy guns.
No chewing tobacco.
No alcohol, chewing alcohol, cannabis, hash oil, marijuana or any marijuana product.
No electronics or wireless devices that are sold in any form that is sold in the state of North Carolina.
No computers or computer products that are manufactured or assembled in North Carolina or that have any part that comes into contact with a surface or other physical thing.
No appliances that are in a “non-toxic” state.
No fire starters, fire extinguishers, and any other devices that use compressed air to burn food.
No water bottles, cups, or glasses.
No candies or candy.
No coffee, tea, sweeteners, or confectionery products.
No ice cream, ice cream products, or any of their preparations.
No cakes or cakes that are smaller than 1/2 inch in diameter or that are less than 1 ounce in weight.
No snacks, candy, cookies, candy bars, chips, or chipsets.
No fruit or vegetables that contain sugar.
No fish or other fish products.
No poultry products.
No seafood products.
No eggs or eggs products that may have been made without the use or intended use of a human egg.
No dogs or cats that are kept in enclosures with non-human people or animals.
No dog toys, including toys for dogs.
No animals or other live animals.
No electronic equipment.
No batteries or batteries containing any chemical, electrical, or mechanical substance.
No flammable materials.
No tires, wheels, or other devices used to transport or carry goods.
No equipment that is required to be attached to a vehicle.
No wood or construction materials that are required to have a structural load in excess of 100 pounds per tonne of gross weight.
No steel, aluminum, or composite materials that will be required to