DECLUTTER: Ornaments, piles of books and magazines and furniture all collect dust
Systems range in size from 5 to 40 cubic feet in capacity and are USDA accepted to collect dust
generated when dumping powder and bulk solids from bags, boxes, drums, and other containers, and return the material to the hopper.
This image of open and epiphanic space has been made by the artist Eva Stenram through using NASA's digital images of Mars, converted into negatives and left in her bedroom to collect dust
, before carefully printing them.
It's a great way to recycle older books that would just collect dust
, and get kids to read who might not otherwise pick up a book.
Mr Johnny Jeong, LG's general manager AC Business in the Levant said, "The Titan incorporates the world's first cyclotron plasma technology thus improving the unit's ability to collect dust
and other particles trapped in the air inside homes at a higher rate than conventional plasma kits.
One key factors in the devise is it is very nurse friendly and will not be technology that will just collect dust
Do not let your handbook collect dust
on the shelf.
Besides absorbing the VOCs from adhesives and paints, these furnishings can collect dust
mites, bacteria and fungi, especially in areas of high humidity, leading to a wide range of allergic reactions.
I, for one, would question the competency of a provider working out of an office or a facility that looks like a tacky home, with cute wallpaper borders, artificial plants, and wood paneling--not to mention design touches that pose potential infection-control problems, such as flounces that collect dust
, wall textures that provide a growth environment for microbes, and other homelike but possibly hazardous materials.
Since its launch in 1999, NASA's Stardust satellite has traveled 3 trillion kilometers (2 billion miles) just to collect dust
particles from a comet's tail and bring them back to Earth.