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effective damage

That damage necessary to render a target element inoperative, unserviceable, nonproductive, or uninhabitable.
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For the thin P/E876 tie-layers, the effective damage zone length was measured by subtracting the voided length from the total damage zone length as was done with the P/E859 tie-layers.
Fund, in partnership with others, research into methods of control and forestry techniques that offer effective damage control and management.
With the advent of information technologies, including our now patented ProStar Online[TM] and EGS[TM] excavation guidance systems, the ability to more accurately display buried utility locations relevant to excavators will play a critical role in adopting more advanced and effective damage prevention practices.
The Common Ground Alliance stands 100 percent behind any effort that enhances safety and reduces dig-ins to underground utility lines," said Bob Kipp, president, The Common Ground Alliance, a member-driven association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
The CGA, you'll recall, is a member-driven association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
We believe that accurate display of buried utility location relevant to excavators is perhaps the most critical component to effective damage prevention practices.
Established in 2000, CGA is committed to saving lives and preventing damage to underground infrastructure by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
The new 3M Dynatel RFID Marker Locator System will be a powerful asset management tool and database/mapping resource, benefiting owners of underground facilities as well as contract locators as they pursue improved productivity and effective damage prevention.
The CGA is a member-driven association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices.
With The National Hurricane Center predicting 12 to 15 storms in the current 2006 hurricane season, providers need to deliver effective damage restoration services to homes, businesses and institutions," said Paul Richards, VP of Sensicast.
The Common Ground Alliance is a member-driven association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices; fostering a sense of shared responsibility for underground-facility protection; supporting research and conducting public awareness and education programs; identifying and disseminating best practices; and serving as a clearinghouse for damage data collection, analysis and dissemination.
Effective damage prevention and good management of buried utilities require attention to a number of details, including evolving regulations, infrastructure changes, intentional planning and adaptation/utilization of new technologies.

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