bleachery

bleachery

(ˈbliːtʃərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a place where bleaching is carried out
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Rusvata will mainly use cotton, sourced from its own bleachery, to make nonwovens.
The 67% of AOX reduction and 97% of color reduction has been achieved by using fungus Penicilliumcamemberli in a hemp based pulp and paper mill bleachery effluent (Taseli 2008).
Acquisition of a bleachery and ink factory in Indianapolis meant that rolls of fabric produced at Bemis mills could be shipped in, bleached and printed, then shipped out to Bemis bag plants.
Subscription or inquiries: Turpin Distribution, The Bleachery, 143 West Street, New Milford, CT 06776.
When the mills were using ozone, there was an increased incidence rate of wheezing among the workers in the bleachery [94].
There were cotton fields and shacks north of the city in 1923, but any car coming down the Buncombe Road would have passed Union Bleachery and Poe Mill.
He knew all those Peach men who worked at the bleachery or Dundee Mills and raised a corn crop or hogs, guinea hens or peanuts along with their own table vegetables.
The investment in technology for the Griffin facilities will include new looms at two towel-weaving plants and new screen print machines, fabrication equipment and an automated packing and materials-handling system at the Lowell Bleachery.
James Myers, Executive Secretary of the Board of Operatives at the Dutchess Bleachery, Inc.
Desmond-Stephan Mfg Co, 317 S Walnut St, Urbana, OH 43078 (513)653-7181 Fairmount Abrasive Sys & Tech, 500 E Ridge Rd, Griffith, IN 46319 (219)972-3278 Marthens Co, Davenport, IA MDC Industries Inc, Philadelphia, PA Remet Corp, P O Box 278 - Bleachery Place, Chadwicks, NY 13319 (315)737-7381
Over the next two centuries, Paterson was home to machine and tool works breweries, the Colt Gun Mill, locomotive factories, linen mills, the first chemical bleachery in the world, and most famously, silk mills.