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Synonyms for by-product

a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence

a product made during the manufacture of something else

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The experimental design was completely randomized consisting of five treatments corresponding to the inclusion levels of fish by-product meal (0, 1, 2, 3 and 4%) in the diet, with four replicates of eight birds each.
In conjunction with the agreement, Praxair's facility will purify by-product carbon dioxide and produce beverage-quality liquid carbon dioxide for distribution and use by customers throughout the Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the US.
In vitro gas production from green tea by-product was significantly higher than black tea by-product (p < 0.
The GTCC plants on order will use by-product gases from furnaces - specifically, FINEX gas, blast-furnace gas and coke-oven gas - as fuel.
JWQ director Shaun Berry said: "JWQ have made the difficult decision not to supply by-product to smaller dimensioned stone companies.
For a recycler, this news is disappointing as the sector has made positive environmental achievements through initiatives such as the Courtauld Commitment and changing by-product practices will be a step back.
A facilitated methodology is used to help participants establish bilateral collaboration that recognizes that one company's waste could be another company's raw material, and to think of waste as a by-product that can bring business opportunities (Lee, Troffell, and Gordon 2009).
23 June 2010 - Farines SPB Meal Ltd, a Quebec-based company that collects and converts by-products from bakeries and related industries to produce ingredients, is investing over CAD 1.
The sustainable alternative to landfilling matrix and other forms of pressure sensitive by-product is to make energy.
The scientists have used sulphur - a by-product of the oil industry - fly ash - a by-product from the cement industry - and sand from the abundant sand dunes and stone quarries in the UAE.
3 : to obtain from a waste product or by-product <The bottles are made from reclaimed plastic.
The deal is expected to include the capture of natural gas released as a by-product of crude oil extraction, an Oil Ministry official said.
Dennis Rounville, Tembec's president of its forest products group, says the value-added product is derived sawmill by-product that has traditionally gone into chips or fuel.
Using By-Product from Beer-Brewing Process for Fuel(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.
Lab and field tests hint that dairy whey, a lactose-rich by-product of the dairy industry, could be used to clean up underground water supplies tainted with the solvent trichloroethylene (TCE), an industrial degreaser.