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Reprocess

A process of changing the physical structure and properties of a waste material that would otherwise have been sent to landfill, in order to add financial value to the processed material.
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Mitsubishi's goal for Reprocess is for it to eventually become an industry standard.
Depending on how much on-site reprocessing is done by a processor versus how much reprocessed resin is purchased, profitability may require upgrades in equipment setups, enhancements to the reclaimed resin to make it usable, and careful thought about in what products reprocessed material should really be used.
(3) Commercial spent fuel was never reprocessed. Stricter regulatory requirements forced the plant's shutdown for upgrades.
Condensation, filth, fecal contamination, and bacteria are not the only things that lead to meat being reworked or reprocessed. "There's measle beasts, that's what we call them," Privett says.
They ended the practice because 30 to 40 years after nuclear waste is reprocessed, they still have to deal with the remaining radioactive materials, such as plutonium, Marignac said.
* OPA/28's faster disinfection time allows users to reprocess one extra instrument per hour and provides one extra disinfection cycle for every five instruments reprocessed.
But backing away from the current policy is certain to create a backlash from the prefecture and the village, as they have made it clear that they do not want to keep the used fuel brought in from nationwide nuclear complexes unless it could be reprocessed.
In January, after reviewing eight years of FDA data, the Government Accountability Office weighed in with a report concluding there is no evidence that reprocessed single-use devices create an elevated
Orthopedic firm Synthes is offering hospitals the option to reprocess used external fixation devices as part of a new reprocessing program.
One week later, officials softened that statement to "successfully going forward to reprocess work." (15) On July 13, 2003, North Korean officials told U.S.
The MC Revival project would reprocess 3D seismic data covering 14,000 square kilometres in the Mississippi Canyon area offshore Louisiana, TGS-NOPEC said.
Around 2,000 staff - in line with the number of workers already employed in decommissioning work - would continue to work at Dounreay for at least the first 20 years of the plan, a spokesman said, keeping much-needed jobs in one of Scotland's most depressed areas.--UKAEA's original strategy was to reprocess the fuel from Dounreay's Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR), which was shut down in 1994.