cutting waste

cutting waste

The waste of materials that occurs as a result of the difference in size between that which is required for a construction job and that which is usually commercially available.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Noting that the wine industry produces around 13 million tons of organic waste per year, most of which must be disposed at a cost to the winery, the researchers expect that the new process could help improve access to renewable fuels while cutting waste management expenses.
Cutting waste is not only good for the environment but can help businesses save money and boost economic growth.
Mr Harbour said: "At a time when we are cutting waste from the EU Budget, the region's 900 million growth pot is extremely welcome.
Stylist pay for the products used, cutting waste dramatically.
DEP inspectors found 10 roll-off containers filled with natural gas well drill cutting waste in Clinton County and seven roll-off containers in Union County.
Asked what kind of measures the government would take, the senior official told reporters: "It mainly has to do with cutting waste and re-organising the public sector.
From her letter it would seem that she is saying that there have to be no cuts in the public sector, all the savings could be made through cutting waste.
I'm more than a little sceptical that the pounds 20bn cost efficiencies can be delivered solely by cutting waste.
He thinks we shouldn't get on with cutting waste this year .
Summary: Alistair Darling has accused the Tories of not carrying out sufficient research when making their calculations on cutting waste this year.
BUSINESS leaders are at a conference organised by WRAP Cymru - the Waste & Resources Action Programme - today to discuss ways they can save up to five per cent of their turnover by cutting waste.
SO our Prime Minister has found another pounds 12bn to be found by cutting waste and inefficiency in the public sector.