activated carbon

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Synonyms for activated carbon

powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption

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It was found out that on the 15th day after administering the active coal feed additive in groups where the dose was 200, 400 and 800 g per ton of feed, hens' clinical condition improved significantly.
For this reason, it is not possible to know how many active coal mines there are in the country or if those mines are operating in accordance with safety regulations," said the report.
There are 13 active coal mines in the Wyoming portion of the Powder River Basin which produced about 496 million short tons as of September 2009.
Filtration on granular active coal with seeming filtration speed [v.
The used air is cleared to more than 90% by active coal filters, and the waste water is charged only by 10% of the maximum allowances.
Per a report from Industrial Info Resources, active coal mining projects in the U.
Active coal mines are symbolized by mine type (surface, underground) and sized by average coal production.
In total, CONSOL's active coal operations generated $179 million of cash before capital expenditures and DD&A, as detailed later in the release.
coal producer with 12 active coal mines and associated processing, loading and shipping facilities in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
MFDS operates an active coal mining operation in Magoffin County, Kentucky, with annual production in excess of 165,000 tons in FY2013 and revenues of $8.
Included in the sale were active coal mines in North Dakota and Montana, coal sales agreements, reserves and mining equipment and certain development rights at the former Gascoyne Mine site in North Dakota.
CREDO also drills in the active coal bed methane play in north central Wyoming.
The system was constructed to meet water quality standards imposed by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) by controlling the leaching of dissolved iron, manganese, and aluminum from an active coal combustion product (CCP) landfill facility near the station.
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