environmental load

environmental load

A load, 1 on a structure usually caused by natural forces such as wind, rain, snow, earthquakes, or extreme temperatures.
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The new system will enhance operational efficiency, and help curb the environmental load.
LNG energy has a small environmental load that does not emit sulphur oxides.
In 2008, the global aquaculture production of fish and crustaceans resulted in an environmental load of 1.7 million tons of nitrogen (TN) and 0.46 million tons of phosphorus (TP) (Verdegem, 2013).
The full probabilistic method utilizes Monte Carlo simulation approaches [10,14] to consider the uncertainty of design variables while compensating for variations in both the durability resistance to carbonation and the environmental load of carbonation.
Obviously, walking rather than driving helps reduce your environmental load. But when it comes to fitness, that expensive gym membership is redundant.
According to the textbooks this mite is transmitted only during suckling and there is no evidence that the mites are contracted any other way; however I have had one or two cases where I have been suspicious of disease 'spread' when in contact, animals have been exposed to a high environmental load of demodex.
Furthermore, because FRP wastes are non-flammable, they must be disposed of in landfills after use, and this contributes to high environmental loads. In order to reduce the environmental load generated from the disposal of used plastic products, significant attention has been placed on biodegradable plastics.
Where you are establishes the external environmental load. It rains more in Seattle than in Las Vegas.
An estimated 6,000t of CO2 emissions were saved due to the concrete waste reduction helping reduce the overall environmental load of the project.
However, it is the making of us humans which has caused dramatic environmental load and pressure to our very own waters.
The environmental load in electroplating industry mainly consists of process waste water, hydroxide sludge and sulphuric acid.
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