direct dumping

direct dumping

The discharging of concrete directly into place from a crane bucket or mixer.
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Balubal added that the cause of the contamination was the formation of huge volume of ammonia due to direct dumping of human, poultry and piggery wastes in the river.
The Government, I reported, said lavatories on all trains will, within two years, be fitted with holding tanks rather than relying on direct dumping onto the tracks.
The water here has contaminated due to direct dumping of sewage and waste material in the lake from human settlements.
The Environment Ministry decided Monday to boost annual power generation from waste by 50 percent over the next five years through fiscal 2012 as well as abolish direct dumping into landfills as part of its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ministry officials said.
introduces new rotary air valve components, designed for use with its lineup of Dustkop dust collecting systems, thus allowing for direct dumping into open collection containers.
Only a small percentage of these pollutants comes from direct dumping of wastes into the sea by ships.
North River processes the sewer slop of most of Manhattan's west side, replacing direct dumping.
Buser's group also showed that the waterborne ibuprofen is from human excretion, not direct dumping.
The Government has assured Network Rail that all trains will have holding tanks rather than direct dumping within two years.