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Synonyms for crumb

a very small quantity of something

a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible

coat with bread crumbs

break into crumbs

remove crumbs from

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Since NBC first spoke to Griffin in 2014, both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have recently revised their position on the safety of crumb rubber, and no longer stand by statements that it is safe.
A total of 6,000 recycled tyres were used to make the 3,000m 2 running track at Sharjah's Al Majaz Waterfront park , and crumb rubber tiles manufactured from approximately 1,500 recycled tyres were used to build Al Qasaba's play area.
The crumb rubber track is also non-toxic and latex-free.
The Scrap Tire Management Council [2] defines crumb rubber as 'rubber that has been reduced to a particle size of 3/8 in or less'.
In his research, Xie proved that crumb rubber is not a rigid material; instead, it can be easily bent or compressed.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission had no information available on the crumb rubber product.
Crumb Rubber is the only tyre recycling plant in Ireland and has been operating for the past two years.
The isocyanate part of the mixture is bought on the global market, but the polyol (polyhydric alcohol) component is part of a proprietary blend that requires strict adherence to a unique recipe, and contains the crumb rubber.
Grady Miller, an assistant professor in the school's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, maintains that ground-up tires, also known as crumb rubber, could help increase the durability of turf used in high-traffic applications.
The patented reactivation process, exclusively marketed by the company, changes rubber scrap, previously burned or land filled, into REVULCON(R), a new partially devulcanized crumb rubber material suitable for a wide range of product applications including incorporation into new tire manufacture.
At the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC), research on chemically modified asphalts is an ongoing project that has already resulted in furfural-modified asphalt, compatibilized crumb rubber asphalt (CCRA), and chemically modified crumb rubber asphalt (CMCRA), all of which were developed by the authors of this article.
Liberty Tire and Rubber is a leading producer of crumb rubber in the U.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy calling for a response to the growing public concern over the safety of synthetic turf made with crumb rubber.
However, recent studies have called into question the long term effects of exposure to crumb rubber and the harmful chemicals it is known to contain.