gasification

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gasification

[′gas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Any chemical or heat process used to convert a substance to a gas; coal is converted by the Hygas process to a gaseous fuel.
(mining engineering)
A method for exploiting poor-quality coal and thin coal seams by burning the coal in place to produce combustible gas which can be burned to generate power or processed into chemicals and fuels. Also known as underground gasification.
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UCG) informed the city of the possibility of waste products at the manufactured gas plant (MGP) site since UCG did not want to convey the property without protection from future liability.
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Myers Company, which had played a role in the operation of the manufactured gas plant between 1917 and 1922, settled with Xcel/NSP shortly after the start of the lawsuit.
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Additionally, NJNG received approval to recover carrying costs on its expenditures associated with remediating the Company's former manufactured gas plant sites.
Brieant approved a settlement agreement between the City of Newburgh, New York and Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, ending nearly four years of litigation over contamination of City property bordering the Hudson River, near a former manufactured gas plant.
A former manufactured gas plant contains a system designed to pump out and treat oil and tar from groundwater.
A number of industrial facilities are among these sources, including three former manufactured gas plant sites," the agency reported.
The report covers sites under the agency's Superfund, brownfield, spill, vapor intrusion, manufactured gas plant and other remedial programs.
The company continues to implement its program for investigating, and if necessary remediating former manufactured gas plant sites and believes that the proceeds of insurance settlements received to date will be adequate to fund its share of costs presently incurred or expected to be incurred in connection with that program.
Korhan GE-mE-E-, an architect, said municipalities have openly proven that they are not fans of protecting the green in past projects where similar areas were turned into manufactured gas plants (MGPs), slaughterhouses and c

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