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EuP

(Energy-Using Product) See ErP.
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The EUP, which was developed by EBARA CORPORATION (transferred this business to Ebara Environmental Plant in 2009) and Ube Industries in 2000, is a process that gasifies plastic waste using partial oxidation with oxygen and steam, and produces synthesis gases that can be utilized in synthesis of ammonia, olefins, and other chemicals.
BAFS has a maximum of 17 days to process an EUP application, with much of the days devoted to the assessment and evaluation of the applicant's test protocol for the efficacy of the product.
We hope this service will assist EUP authors, in particular, those for whom English is not their first language," commented Sarah McDonald, Head of Journals, Edinburgh University Press.
We defined EUP interventions as any type of intervention in which propolis ingredients were applied to illness points as a treatment.
Students were demanding a dialogue with eUP Project Director and UP Assistant Vice President Jaime Caro regarding their concerns.
We sought to compare outcomes of both open and laparoscopic pyeloplasty using EUP and DJ stents.
After commencing with the enrichment of uranium to 20% U-235 in early 2010, Iran accumulated about 150 kilograms of EUP at this enrichment by the end of 2011, and it crossed the 200 kg threshold sometime in the middle of 2012.
Kuwait-based investment company, North Africa Holding Company (NorAH), announced that it has acquired a majority stake in Egyptian International Medical Center (EIMC) and its affiliate, EIMC United Pharmaceuticals (EUP).
The standby power level meets the EuP (Energy Using Products) Directive from European Union.
of Taiwan, the world's leading broadband access solutions provider, recently said that its products shipped to and sold in the EU after January 2010 will meet the Energy Using Products (EuP) directive.
So start using the Equipment User Profile (EUP), a component of OPLOG Planner, for unit-level consumption requirements.
This means that they already comply with the forthcoming EuP 2005/32/EC* directive, which comes into effect in January 2010.