A Holyhead Coastguard spokesman confirmed the smoke was actually caused by the Douglas Platform, which drills for oil and gas in the Irish Sea around 15 miles off the North Wales coast, burning off
With regards to end-use markets, Dickson predicts: "I forsee that the slowdown in GDP in the second quarter is due to the burning off
CMX doesn't `plug up' -- it serves as a continuous catalyst, burning off
soot consistently rather than collecting it.
All the time, we were burning off
a 30' flare, which Richard estimated at around 5,000 MCFGPD.
Up to 40,000 pounds of emissions would otherwise be released into the environment each year from the increased use of power plants to meet the wastewater treatment plant's electricity needs and the burning off
of the ADG.
6 million - about 15 times the cost of burning off
the old brush in a controlled blaze.
the older brush lets in younger growth that is both less flammable and better food for deer and other wildlife, officials said.
The National Weather Service reported that today's weather will be much like it has for the past few days, with low clouds burning off
in the late morning.
Firefighters are purposely igniting about 5,000 acres in the hills of Saugus for the sake of burning off
high growth areas and to practice with their equipment, officials said Thursday.
So kill two birds with one stone by burning off
the calories from those chocolate eggs whilst transforming your home into a stylish space that you can be proud of for Easters to come.
Some companies were going nowhere and burning off
cash like crazy,`` Heltzer said.
the surfactant should leave plenty of space in between.