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According to the company, its technology has low costs of installation and operation, allows for the processing of virtually any hydrocarbon-based waste product, including municipal solid waste, waste tires, sewage waste, and biomass, among others as well as emission friendly and extremely efficient.
Occasionally the urine becomes saturated with waste products and these can crystallise into stones of varying sizes.
Sharjah Imagine if all the buildings and homes were made of sand, bacteria and waste products.
BUN is a waste product of the breakdown of dietary protein.
Region 3 generates 67% of all organic waste product in Nebraska followed by region 1 with 27%.
Shops that cater to body builders sell large volumes of dietary supplements, especially products that combine the natural compound creatine with whey protein, a waste product of cheese making.
Fly ash, a silica and alumina residue collected from the chimneys of coal-fired power plants and incinerators, is both a waste product and a promising low-cost filler for plastics.
We're really using water to break down the waste product and it turns into gas.
Explain how "snottites" feed, and how the waste product helps with cave formation.
The researchers find similar attachments in another agricultural waste product that contains silicon.
use monofill sites after establishing acceptable criteria for waste product disposal; monitor water wells for metallic leaching;
Microbics (OTCBB:BUGS), announced that it has signed a teaming agreement with Everstech, LLC for the purpose of executing joint project activities in process engineering, bio-treatment of waste product from agricultural and animal feeding/waste operation and bio-energy product production on a worldwide basis.
The new technique, which uses a biological catalyst, could help reduce the production of ammonium sulfate, by tonnage the chemical industry's number-one waste product, says AlliedSignal's Haya Zemel.
The oil from the cashew nut shell, normally a waste product of the food industry, seemed to hold some potential, so the researchers extracted and tested 16 compounds from it.
producer of specialty zinc and zinc-related products, as well as a leading recycler of electric arc furnace ("EAF") dust, a waste product of the steel mini-mill manufacturing process.
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