Reclaim

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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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Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman established new policy to improve the long-term viability of Central Valley Project hydropower.
(SMC) aerotropolis reclamation project directly affecting the Bulacan provincial municipalities of Obando and Bulakan, despite it being increasing felt by local fisherfolk who contribute to the second largest fish catch in the Philippines, and environmentalists who have documented the cutting of mangroves in the area as part of the reclamation work.
Reclamation, they said, could cause massive flooding, liquefaction and tsunamis among others.
She also called on the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), National Economic Development Authority (NEDA), Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA), PRA, Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvocs), and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to convene inclusive multi-sectoral consultations on the proposed reclamation projects in Manila Bay.
En effet, 5 883 plaintes ont ete deposees durant le mois de juin 2018 dans les 75 administrations concernees, contre 6.055 reclamations durant le mois precedent.
Nilad added the proposal to broaden the category of 'alienable lands' could be intended to allow the selling of reclaimed lands that could lead to a 'reclamation surge or boom' by enticing politicians and policy-makers to hasten the process of approving reclamation projects across the country.
One of those exceptions involves the remedy of reclamation.
Much has been said about the impending reclamation of 26,230 hectares of Manila Bay.
Through a cost share under Reclamations Dam Safety Program, the federal government will cover 85 percent of modification costs and the Uintah Water Conservancy District will pay 15 percent.
As Rodolfo put it: 'If the wishes and opposition of enough people prevail so reclamations do not proceed, some of the greatest beneficiaries will be its wealthy proponents, even if they do not realize it now.'
Reclamations Force Account, which operates out of the Provo Area Office, engages in a variety of construction activities related to Reclamations mission as a manager of federal water projects.
I have critiqued that absurd project in a lengthy, profusely documented article published in 2014 in Philippine Science Letters: On the geological hazards that threaten existing and proposed reclamations of Manila Bay.