Recovered materials

Recovered materials

Waste materials and by-products that have been recovered or diverted from solid waste but not including materials and by-products generated from and commonly reused within an original manufacturing process.
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Last month the Hyderabad police recovered materials used in preparing improvised explosive devices (IED) during a raid in the late hours of Monday at a residential unit in Qasimabad.
With the approval of management for logistics, the RDPO swung into action, evacuating the recovered materials to safety at Railway Station Umuahia.
HYDERABAD -- The Hyderabad police recovered materials used in preparation of low intensity improvised explosive devices in a raid in a housing unit in Qasimabad here Monday night.
HYDERABAD:The Hyderabad police recovered materials used in preparation of low intensity improvised explosive devices in a raid in a housing unit in Qasimabad here Monday night.
Contract award notice: Collection, Transport and disposal of municipal solid waste, Recovered materials and road sweeping of the municipality of bucciano.
Since then, its operational scope has broadened to include recovery, separation and marketing of a wide variety of recovered materials, including paper, plastic, metal and glass.
All the recovered materials were brought to the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group while cases for violation for RA 10591 and RA 9516 against Nobleza, police said.
We are very interested to collaborate in this space since co-operation with the manufacturing sector, the people actually making things from recovered materials, is essential in order to be successful for the long term," commented Estelle Brachlianoff, Senior Executive Vice President, Veolia UK and Ireland.
Defence counsel MS Khan opposed the plea, saying police had already recovered materials and there was no need for custodial interrogation.
Louis, MO, USA, is committed to providing solutions to transfer millions of tons of Secondary Recovered Materials (SRM)--nonresidential, non-hazardous, solid materials that are being landfilled or incinerated annually in the United States.
Between them, they process up to 30 tonnes of e-waste per month and market the recovered materials, while safely disposing of the hazardous wastes.
Bee'ah aims to recover the maximum value from waste, recycle recovered materials, and then convert the non-recyclable segment of the waste into energy.