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see solid wastesolid waste,
discarded materials other than fluids. In the United States in 1996, nearly 210 million tons—about 4.3 lb. (2 kg) per person daily (up from 2.7 lb./1.2 kg in 1960)—were collected and disposed of by municipalities.
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An approximately even mixture of garbage and rubbish by weight; contains up to 50% moisture and 7% incombustible solids. Also see trash.
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Vaccine refusers are not just endangering their own kids.
The Central Election Commission has asked the Parliament to provide explanations concerning registration of new parliamentary candidates next on the list instead of refusers, MP Tashiev said at the plenary session on Thursday.
Vaccine refusers had a 23-fold increased risk for pertussis when compared with vaccinated children, and 11% of pertussis cases in the entire study population were attributed to vaccine refusal.
They also visited Bryn Tirion, Shotton, where they met pupils aged 11 to 16 who have been excluded from school and are being supported by the unit to establish good patterns of behaviour, as well as The Learning Centre in Shotton where they heard from young people often described as school refusers being supported to get back into education.
8 days, transfusion refusers spent an average of 2 days in the ICU, while controls spent 1.
Police and Border Guard officials said that refusers would be fired outright, while those who fulfill the orders would receive a pay raise.