industrial waste

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industrial waste

[in′dəs·trē·əl ′wāst]
(engineering)
Worthless materials remaining from industrial operations.

industrial waste

A waterborne waste resulting from an industrial process; differs in composition from domestic sewage wastes.
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The company is aiming to develop a market for its manufacturing waste products including a plastic and quarry waste aggregate that can be used to resurface roads, with the aim that by 2008 it will not be sending any manufacturing waste to landfill.
T-SHIRTSmade from plastic bottles and owner manuals created from rubber tyres are just two of the ideas being put forward by Ford in a pledge to recycle all of its manufacturing waste.
The aim is that by 2008 it will not be sending any manufacturing waste to landfill.
Sixty law enforcement officers from three multijurisdictional task forces made the arrests and located three dumps for methamphetamine manufacturing waste during a morning raid on five locations in and around Lake Los Angeles.
These bricks have low energy input and use recycled heat from brick kilns, with very low manufacturing waste.
While these findings won't change the way cooks at home blend flour, salt and sugar to bake a cake, they could help manufacturers make better products with less manufacturing waste.
These bricks have low energy input using recycled heat from brick kilns, with very low manufacturing waste and very high recyclability.
ENERGY RESOURCE-14 April 2009-China Energy Recovery Files Patent for Capturing Cement Manufacturing Waste Energy(C)2009 JeraOne - http://www.
Area farmers found that their soil is contaminated with high levels of cadmium and lead, after Coca-Cola donated manufacturing waste as a "fertilizer" to local farms.
Examples of manufacturing activities that produce manufacturing waste include:
Our efforts have resulted in a significant reduction of manufacturing waste and enhanced energy conservation," general manager Ghassan Mashal said.
Not only is the mill producing 100% recycled paper with a certified chlorine-free process, but it has now turned its attention to reducing manufacturing waste.

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