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by-product

[′bī‚präd·əkt]
(engineering)
A product from a manufacturing process that is not considered the principal material.

By-product

Material, other than the principal product, generated as a consequence of an industrial process or as a break-down product in a living system.
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To manage animal by-products from farms, the Veterinary Services of the Ministry of Agriculture has been cooperating since 2007 with the only licensed unit which is in Kofinou.
3]-N concentration and estimated IVOMD and ME were analyzed by a factorial analysis of variance, in which the two fixed factors were tea by-products and tannin-binding agents.
A registration obligation is introduced for operators who transport animal by-products in order to enhance traceability.
Because of their numerous beneficial effects on human health, polyphenols have been a subject of intense research efforts, and various processes for their recovery from by-products have been developed.
CORD would take by-products from 16 distilleries to fuel the biomass power station with the resulting electricity being sold to the National Grid.
As more biofuels are produced, there will be a demand for chemicals to assist in their production and a concomitant increase in the number of chemical applications from biofuel by-products.
He pleaded guilty to four offences of failing to dispose and once offence of allowing animals access to animal by-products and not guilty to the remaining charges.
Reactions between disinfection chemicals, such as chlorine and ozone, and natural organic matter in water create a wide variety of by-products.
Because we don't have a forest industry in South Africa and, as a result, have no wood by-products, I was intrigued by what I saw.
When multiple disinfectants are used, secondary by-products are also formed.
Sharing your breathing-air with these by-products of combustion can lead to a variety of consequences.
In an effort to increase the use of industrial by-products, the Portland Cement Assn.