Omuta


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Omuta

(ˈəʊmuːˌtɑː)
n
(Placename) a city in SW Japan, on W Kyushu on Ariake Bay: former coal-mining centre; chemical industries and manufacturing. Pop: 139 345 (2002 est)
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The newly retrofitted Mikawa Power Plant, operated by Toshiba subsidiary SIGMA POWER Ariake Corporation (SPAC) in Omuta, Fukuoka prefecture, has been equipped to burn biomass in a circulating fluidized bed boiler, and can handle a variety of fuels.
in Omuta City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan for the manufacture of carbon materials used in the manufacture of lithium ion batteries.
1) Division of Rehabilitation, Kurume University Hospital, Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan; (2) Department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Medical Technology, Teikyo University Fukuoka, Omuta, Fukuoka, Japan; (3) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; (4) Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
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The worst mining disaster was said to be the one at Honkeiko Colliery, Manchuria in 1942 in which 1549 men perished, followed by the one at Courreres in France in 1906 that claimed the lives of 1060 men, then the Hojo Colliery disaster in Japan in 1914, claiming 687 men and the Omuta Mine disaster in Japan again in 1963, claiming 458 men (Internet 7 June 2011).
To estimate the construction cost and investigate how to store the captured CO2, Toshiba said it will study an affiliate's pilot plant for carbon capture technology in Omuta, Fukuoka Prefecture.
After being captured in the Philippines, Tenney engaged in forced labor at the Mitsui Miike Coal Mine in Omuta, Fukuoka Prefecture, from 1943 to the 1945 end of World War II.
The worst mining disaster in Japan happened on November 9, 1963, when an explosion at Omuta killed 447.
On November 9, 1963, an explosion at a mine in Omuta, Japan killed 447 - some 50 years after the Senghenydd disaster of October 14, 1913, killed 438.
FUKUOKA - The Fukuoka High Court on Tuesday upheld a lower court decision sentencing to death a 48-year-old woman and her second son over the murders of four people in 2004 in Omuta, Fukuoka Prefecture, in conspiracy with her husband and elder son, rejecting their appeals.
Fukuoka 110 40,150 Omuta Plant Takikawa, Takikawa Works Hokkaido Nissan Liquid Fuel Co.
2 billion yen in a project of Omuta Recycle Power Co.