waste matter

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Thermal technology was the dominant segment in 2014 due to widely used form of energy generation through waste matters.
Urine contains waste matter from the blood, as well as minerals which are flushed from the body through its excretion.
Molecular Rebar are discreet, open ended, highly functionalised CNTs that are free from catalysts and waste matter and are demonstrated to advance the science and applications for nanomaterials, it added.
Traces of active ingredients were detected up to 25km from where the waste matter was discharged into the sea from the treatment plants.
Through a combination of decay and excretions from fish that eat theNiiiii plants, waste matter generates ammonia to continue the cycle.
He told his Pakistani friends that methane formed by decaying organic waste matter is used as a fuel worldwide.
Abu Dhabi: In a world facing a dwindling store of non-renewable energy sources, one of the most effective forms of attaining sustainability comes about when waste matter is used to generate power.
Rubbish being dumped along with organic waste matter included car parts, plastic bottles, metals and rubble, among with other items.
The plant will be located close to Bernard Matthews' current processing site in Holton in Suffolk, with the biogas being generated solely from waste matter from the production plant.
Floating foliage will give fish shade and cover from herons and other predators, while all the plants in and around the edges of the pond take up fish waste matter with their roots and help to keep the water in good condition.
The book's first part has two chapters and is meant to present and analyze in a personal form the main concepts and approaches regarding governance and garbage, the theoretical--methodological framework related to the waste matter and waste management.
UK retailer Sainsbury (J) plc (LSE:SBRY) revealed on Wednesday that it has invested GBP2m in a new company, producing energy from organic waste matter, Tamar Energy Limited.
The technology works by pumping waste matter, like slurry, water or waste milk, into a 'microbial' fuel cell.
If my grandfather knew that the nation he'd defended so valiantly during two world wars had been ordered to sift through its own waste matter, he'd spin in the skip he was crushed in while searching for tat.
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