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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 calculations were based on exposure assessments of rubber workers (manufactured flame-retarded rubber compound) and electronics dismantlers who donated blood during a period with no work-related exposures to PBDEs, and referents without any known occupational exposure (clerks, cleaners, and abattoir workers).
The JV has since taken control of Indra Investissement, which manages 350 vehicle dismantlers nationwide.
Uncertainty abounds for car dismantlers, repairers, shredders and scrap merchants as the industry gets nearer the July implementation of the EU's End of Life Vehicle Directive in this country.
Dismantlers would have the choice of accepting or rejecting a vehicle - but once it was accepted, it would become their responsibility.
This way they will keep coming back to 1st Choice," the message ran, "which gives you, the dismantlers, the opportunity to keep on selling to them.
When a car now reaches the end of its life, the owner can take it to a scrap merchant or dismantler, often being paid by the business which then salvages what it can.
based ship dismantler, seeks to overcome the hysteria about dangerous conditions and to focus on the company's environmentally compliant operations.
Environmental regulators today will announce a $400,000 settlement with an auto dismantler charged with violating pollution rules, a move they hope will encourage recyclers across the region to clean up their operations.
Listings can include metals processed or traded at each facility, key contacts and business classification information (dealer, broker, auto dismantler, etc.
And they have to identify a dismantler to pluck the printed circuit boards and heavy metals from each PC before disposing of it.
The removal of the catalytic converter enables the dismantler to access the motor and transmission of most vehicles.