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Dismantle

To take apart a structure piece by piece, often with the intention of reassembling it or moving it elsewhere for reconstruction.
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The Clemenceau is now to be dismantled at the Able UK facility which has some of the world's most rigorous regulatory controls to ensure this vessel is dismantled and recycled in an environmentally sound manner.
The region has dismantled homeless camps for years, but Centre of Hope outreach worker Cindy Nash, said the problem is getting worse.
He said that the sale of dismantled equipment had so far fetched around BGN 5 M.
Dismantling of Flexible Pavements by Mechanical Means: Dismantling of flexible pavement (Bituminous & Granular Courses) and disposal of dismantled materials up to a
Able UK, which had previously dismantled the former French aircraft carrier Le Clemenceau, and the US MARAD fleet, had been a front-runner for the work.
On the other side, another terrorist group was also killed and six explosives dismantled in Albu Hadeed area.
A recent project conducted by the partners saw two Airbus A310s dismantled in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner, with 87% of their components recovered.
Zorita will become the second commercial nuclear reactor (after Vandellos Unit 1) to be dismantled in Spain.
It can save time and money to have your large furniture dismantled prior to moving.
Summary: Rabat - Moroccan security services dismantled a terrorist network of six individuals, who were planning to carry out terrorist attacks, the national police on Tuesday.
Approximately 1 g of bat guano was collected from a dismantled bridge beam and cultured for 7 days on malt extract and V-8 agar plates for histoplasmosis.
Old vessels are sent to developing regions, predominantly in Asia, where they are dismantled on the cheap, often at a significant cost to the environment and human health.