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Synonyms for reprocess

use again after processing

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Bill Wells, sales and marketing director, label, for Mitsubishi Polyester Films Americas, says, "Spear has demonstrated true industry leadership by supporting the commercialization of our Reprocess closed loop product system.
After the war, the embryonic nuclear power industry began work to reprocess its waste on a large scale to extend the useful life of uranium, a scarce resource at the time.
Such information would serve as a caution to users and reprocessors who might attempt to reprocess these devices.
The only reprocessor dedicated to serving the Midwest states of Michigan, Indiana and Ohio exclusively, MRC will pick up SUDs, reprocess them, and return them to healthcare facilities that wish to have a positive impact on the environment and their bottom line.
ReNu Medical continues to work diligently to reprocess non-sterile medical devices according to best practices, and to exceed customer expectations for quality medical devices.
But France canceled the deal in 1978 under pressure from the United States, which suspected Pakistan would use it to reprocess spent fuel from the Canadian-supplied Karachi Nuclear Power Plant to obtain plutonium for its nuclear weapons program.
As recycling consciousness begins to penetrate a larger segment of the general population, an increasing number of consumer-product manufacturers are taking steps to reprocess some of their plastic packaging.
Japan Nuclear Fuel, a national-policy organization established by Japan's power utility firms, plans to put the reprocessing plant at Rokkasho into full operation in August 2007 to reprocess some 800 tons of spent nuclear fuel a year into more than 4 tons of plutonium.
Japan Nuclear Fuel plans to put the reprocessing plant into full operation in August 2007 to reprocess some 800 tons of spent nuclear fuel a year into more than 4 tons of plutonium that will be used as uranium-and-plutonium mixed fuel at Japanese nuclear power plants.
Ascent's recent FDA clearance to reprocess these catheters will allow hospitals to purchase the reprocessed catheters at nearly half the cost of the originally manufactured device, providing hospitals with much needed supply cost savings and the added environmental benefits that are inherent to Ascent's hospital sustainability program.
Japan has also asked France to reprocess its spent fuel.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reprocess the LASSO[R] 2515 Variable Circular Mapping Catheter manufactured by Biosense Webster.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reprocess the full line of IBI diagnostic electrophysiology (EP) catheters and cables originally manufactured by Irvine Biomedical Inc.
Despite the obvious benefits to the environment, hospitals also have a significant economic incentive to reprocess devices.
It remains to be seen whether the Rokkasho plant will be able to reprocess 800 tons of spent fuel a year as scheduled.