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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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Also, under the tender documents for Pentakomo, the contractor was allowed to store the treatment by-products for up to two years.
As shown in Figures 3b, 4b, and 5b, the main gaseous by-products were acetone, acetaldehyde, formaldehyde, and propionaldehyde.
[13.] Jackson A, Newton R (2016) Project to model the use of fisheries by-products in the production of marine ingredients with special reference to omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, University of Stirling.
The researchers said this indicated that the treatment processes and handling at WTPs contributes a great deal to the formation of disinfection by-products in drinking water.
The proposal comes in line with a law on criminalising and combating the smuggling of subsidised oil by-products, which was implemented in June.
Therefore, the objective of this present study was to assess the anti-nutritive activity of tannins in green and black tea by-products by the in vitro gas production method coupled with ammonia nitrogen (N[H.sub.3]-N) measurement, organic matter (OM) digestibility and metabolizable energy (ME) content.
* If vegetables, grains, or other carb sources are used, we prefer to see them whole, rather than by-products (potatoes, rather than potato starch, for example).
Law 36 provides a legislative cover to criminalize the smuggling or attempting the smuggling of subsidized oil by-products. Law 36 also provides a legislative item for the public prosecutor to apply in the crimes of smuggling of subsidized oil by-products, which is considered theft of public money that requires inflecting legal punishment.
In this Paper, experts address the knowledge gap that exists as to the quantity of human food and fiber by-products used within animal agriculture.
Puerto Rico dairy farmers took to the streets Tuesday to protest against the Suiza Dairy processing plant for its alleged use of imported milk for its products, including certain branded milk and other by-products, reports News Is My Business (May 1, 2013):
The new catalogue, for the first time, sets limits for residues of processing aids in by-products for feed use, for example from the food industry.
Illegal slaughtered and processed meat destined for human consumption was seized and animal by-products were found in a Powys raid at the premises of Gareth Mills, formerly of Cefnbronllys Farm, Llanddewi, Llandrindod Wells.