residual waste

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  • The station burns only residual waste, which is material left over after recycling.
  • In addition, careful attention is given to reducing the residual waste and to its ultimate disposal.
  • The term residual waste relates to waste left from household sources containing materials that have not been separated out or sent for reprocessing.
  • There is a gradual transition from residual waste into the unweathered rock beneath. Cited from The Elements of Geology, by W. H. Norton
  • Moreover, the anus may be seen as a symbol of the inevitability of residual waste due to its role in excretion.
  • In short, it is stated that the process simultaneously converts multiple contaminants from hazardous waste to a re-usable product leaving no residual waste.
  • This SSO are separated from the undesirable materials that are then sent to the curb - side Collection as a separate residual waste stream.
  • A report by Eunomia undertook a detailed analysis of the climate impacts of different residual waste technologies.
  • The historical record of these types of projects in Chile and the companies' real-world ability to meet legal environmental constraints makes the processing of residual-waste a point of contention.
  • Adding to these other affluent rivers collect residual waters from other major cities and deposit an approximate of 330 tons of residual waste into the river.
  • Over much of its area the drift rests on firm, fresh rock, showing that both the preglacial mantle of residual waste and the partially decomposed and broken rock beneath it have been swept away. Cited from The Elements of Geology, by W. H. Norton
  • The question, however, is an open one, as countries in Europe recycling the most (up to 70%) also incinerate their residual waste to avoid landfilling.
  • In terms of residual waste and landfill, while the previous Biffa management had courted the idea of building large scale energy from waste plants as an alternative treatment solution, Mr Wakelin said the company has no plans to do so now.
  • The surface is an ancient one, for the mantle of residual waste lies deep upon it, soils are reddened by long oxidation, and the rocks are rotted to a depth of scores of feet. Cited from The Elements of Geology, by W. H. Norton
  • Plans have been approved to permit gasification in Charlton in the north of the Shepperton post town as part of the county's Eco Park to take up to half of the county's residual waste.
  • Friends of the Earth suggests that the best environmental route for residual waste is to firstly maximise removal of remaining recyclable materials from the waste stream (such as metals, plastics and paper).
  • The cook, who was also hospitalized by the poisoning, later told reporters that it looked like there was "an accumulation of residual waste at the bottom [of the oil jar]".
  • On November 18, 2007, Colombian newspaper El Tiempo reported that the river was receiving an average of 500 tons of residual waste a day.
  • With the removal of water, fibre, metals, and much of the plastics, the residual waste stream for disposal may be less than 10% by weight of the original stream, and is essentially devoid of materials that decompose to produce methane.
  • Some of the residual waste that cannot be recycled, instead of being sent to landfill, will be processed into Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), through the MBT process, for use by chemical producer Ineos Chlor for energy production at its plant at Runcorn.
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