manufactured gas


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manufactured gas

[‚man·ə′fak·chərd ′gas]
(materials)
A gaseous fuel that is manufactured from soft coal or from various petroleum products; the gas mixture is composed of producer gas or carbureted water gas.
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After abandoning low quality manufactured gas, PGN began to deliver cleaner gas to Cirebon in 1974, followed by other areas, such as Jakarta in 1979, Bogor in 1980, Medan in 1985, Surabaya in 1994 and Palembang in 1996.
The police believe the five companies, belonging to the same group, have manufactured gas oil by mixing kerosene and chemicals into heavy oil.
It was widely used and was not specific to manufactured gas plants such as the one that was on Quinsigamond Avenue where the WRTA is to build a garage for its fleet.
According to police investigation, the company illegally manufactured gas oil by adding kerosene and sulfuric acid into fuel oil at an oil manufacturing factory in Kodama, which the company has rented since 1999.
has three top environmental goals: (1) reduce costs and increase flexibility for manufactured gas plant (MGP) clean-ups; (2) seek reasonable, fuel-neutral air emission standards for natural gas-fired turbines, boilers and engines; and (3) obtain a reasonable final rule for managing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Remediation of 150 West Main Street in Goshen, the site of the former New York State Electric and Gas manufactured gas plant, will begin shortly.
The area has a Norrkping gasworks manufactured gas from coal and oil, in addition, the area has been a part of Norrkping harbor and the land is filled with filling material of various origin.
Mind you, the site was home to a manufactured gas plant that operated there from 1870 to 1969.
The second issue concerned manufactured gas plant sites which many utilities own.
EFG's current portfolio includes a wetlands mitigation bank in the Meadowlands, NJ, a former manufactured gas plant in Honolulu, HI, and a former asbestos roofing manufacturing site in Jersey City, NJ.
The site was used for textile dyeing, manufactured gas plant operations, metal plating, ammunition production, chemical manufacturing and other businesses between 1832 and 1985.
A manufactured gas plant operated on the property from 1870 to 1969.

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