continuous waste

continuous waste

continuous waste
A drain from two or more plumbing fixtures connected to a single trap.
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Speaking further on his experience, Odusina told Nigerian Tribune that continuous waste of farm produce before harvest has led to bigger implications, not only on the country where supply of food produce cannot meet up with demand, but also has made many farmers paupers.
In his presentation, Wayne Bryant opined that lean thinking was all about continuous waste elimi nation.
The report also pointed out that the area of rain-fed agriculture decreased in 2015 compared to 2014 due to the scarcity and fluctuation of rainfall, the continuous waste of irrigation water, the lack of optimal exploitation of river water and groundwater, which has a clear impact on the decreasing areas targeted by agriculture, which in turn can cause food gaps that are difficult to avoid.
By reviewing into the various definition explained by various author it can be concluded that lean construction is a strategy that contains the utmost objective to minimize waste by following the continuous waste abolishing process while maximizing the customer's need and preference [2].
Meanwhile the residents of various sectors of the capital have demanded Capital Development Authority (CDA) to fix the leakage of water supply line so as to stop continuous waste of water.
* Optimize secondary clarifier sludge removals through frequent or continuous waste or return.
One such product is the "Envirowrapper," a reusable woven material designed to eliminate the continuous waste and inconvenience of using stretch wrap.
Other options include a silencer and a rotary air lock for continuous waste unloading.

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