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Reclaim

To use a product again after its initial use. Reclaiming commonly refers to materials such as tile, brick, and stone.
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Almost in all commercial applications recycle or reclaim rubber is used as a component of a blend with fresh rubber.
Last January, United added recycling to its raw-material arsenal, so it now reclaims PVC carpet backing to create new compounds.
The foundry thermally reclaims sand from phenolic urethane bonded nobake molds.
These differences in reclaim quality influence the properties of a compound containing the different reclaims (see figure 3).
As work progresses, data flows from the service bureau are displayed providing status reports and, ultimately, a credit of tax reclaims to client accounts.
New Vented Munchy repelletizing extrusion system reclaims film that has a high percentage of ink coverage or other volatiles.
According to Empire president Ed Crowley, the foundry reclaims 5000 tons of its chemically bonded sand per year, for a total of 20,000 tons since installation.
and only limited quantities of specialty reclaims such as butyl, natural rubber and silicones.
The Service Bureau automates tax reclaims and relief at source applications for custodians, asset managers and brokers using SWIFT messages and FileAct, allowing these financial intermediaries (FIs) to provide a comprehensive withholding tax service for the benefit of their clients, while alleviating much of the overhead expense of this back office activity.
This is a "win-win" situation: ITEC gains marketable minerals while it reclaims mined land and helps to improve the watershed.
MBA Polymers reclaims resins from ground-up whole telephones, computers, and other electronics, which CEO Biddle dubs "ESR" or "electronics shredder residue.
In deepwater offshore gas production CCR's technology simultaneously regenerates and reclaims hydrate control chemicals, such as glycols.