waste material


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[USA], August 3 (ANI): A combination of waste materials supplemented with a product of biomass could help in the search for high-quality soils, suggests a new study.
As at the time of writing this piece, gutters at the busy Tetteh Quarshie Interchange have been de-silted, but the waste material have been left without being collected.
"If foreign-based entities and even foreign governments see and treat the Philippines as a final destination for their unwanted waste material, that speaks volumes of the way we are seen abroad.
He said the FWMC had placed a large number of waste containers across the city whereas company workers were also regularly visiting streets and bazaars to collect waste material.
The issue of releasing waste material from ports and industries was examined.
A spokesman said the blaze involved "a large shed containing large volumes of waste material".
She uses waste materials such as old magazines, newspapers, card boxes and pieces of cloths to design hand bags, earrings, bracelets and necklaces.
In a statement late Thursday, the EPA said samples from 14 different areas "confirmed the protective cap had been damaged and the underlying waste material was exposed.
Quality assured sample results from EPA show waste material containing dioxins, a non-water soluble hazardous substance, was exposed due to damage to the armored cap.
The 11,000 cubic metres of waste material, thought to have been dumped last September, covers the entire pump house as well as another building and sewage tanks on the land.
The lorry was carrying waste material from the oil and gas industry and although fire chiefs said the liquid posed no threat, The Environment Agency confirmed the waste was in fact radioactive.
Waste Control Specialists has asked for information on the schedule for decommissioning the plant and shipment of waste material.
According to Gschwender, 20 to 40 million tonnes of electronic waste material is produced on an annual basis globally.
A few years ago, waste material removed from Redcar's Locke Park was dumped on the former pitch 'n' putt course at the Eston Recreation Ground.
In announcing its plans to award the grants, Alabama DEM said that recycling and reusing waste materials "provides environmental benefits by decreasing the amount of solid waste material that is sent to landfills, which conserves landfill space and reduces the need to construct new landfills." "Recycling also provides economic benefits as Alabama has over 25 manufacturers that rely heavily on using recycled materials in their production processes and employ over 10,000 men and women," the department said.
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