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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From an initial focus on energy efficiency and reduced carbon dioxide emissions, the work has increasingly concentrated on the total environmental load of properties, social sustainability factors, active cooperation with tenants and demands on suppliers from a sustainability perspective.
Releasing phosphorus from phytate with a phytase enzyme reduces the environmental load and also reduces the cost of feed, as other sources of phosphorus are then required at lower levels.
The environmental load in electroplating industry mainly consists of process waste water, hydroxide sludge and sulphuric acid.
Seriously acknowledging the environmental load of its own business activities, the AGC Group is working to reduce the impact on the environment through improvements to its manufacturing processes.
Key statement: An object of the invention is to provide an elastomer composition containing a substance as an alternative raw material for an elastomer component, which is low in environmental load and capable of being produced at low cost, and a tire using the elastomer composition.
The appropriation of ecological space; agrofuels, unequal exchange and environmental load displacements.
The facility further reduces NTT Com's environmental load by using rain water in the air conditioning, generating electricity from solar panels, and using heat from the server equipment to warm office areas in the winter.
The application of HFRP beams could also contribute to a reduction of life cycle costs and environmental load due to its lower carbon dioxide emissions.
The environmental load direction can be seen in Figure 1 (b), in which case leg A is the leeward leg, leg B and C are the windward leg.
As for the biopolymer, the higher percentage of the component derived from plants means a lower environmental load.
The automation and control technology enables Simonds to monitor their energy efficiency and lower the environmental load, reducing CO2 emissions.
For a multi-component, durable product, the environmental load (EL) of each of the components can be assessed as the combination of followings:
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