soft waste

soft waste

[′sȯft ′wāst]
(textiles)
The waste from yarn manufacturing prior to spinning, including some spinning waste; usually reprocessed in the mill.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The dry, woody, carbonrich materials such as prunings and straw should be combined with the layers of nitrogenrich soft waste such as vegetable scraps and grass clippings.
The dry, woody, carbon-rich materials such as prunings and straw should be combined with the layers of nitrogen-rich soft waste such as vegetable scraps and grass clippings.
The dry, woody, carbon-rich materials, such as prunings and straw should be combined with the layers of nitrogen-rich soft waste, such as vegetable scraps.
product range now includes: Spray Gun Washers for use with solvent based and water-borne coatings; Combination Units combining solvent spray gun washers and solvent distillers in a closed loop operating system; Solvent Recyclers - 8 machines from 12-litre to 400 litre machines are available; Paper Balers - paper and soft waste compactors and balers; Can Crushers for use with 5 litre tins up to 205 litre drums; Parts Washers for cleaning components; Robot Spray Gun Washers - the unique Crystal Cap Robot spray gun cleaner integrates with robot painting systems; and Static Neutralisers - the Anest Iwata De-Stat unit is already widely used in many refinishing and industrial paint shops to remove static from plastic components prior to painting.
Often, soft waste is still in pure form, without latex, dyes or adhesives.
The dry, woody, carbon-rich materials such as prunings should be combined with the layers of nitrogen rich soft waste such as vegetable scraps and clippings.