05) was applied to the effects of the main factors between the byproducts
and of these within each level of replacement and of replacement levels within each byproduct
Plant sources: Data from 520 copra byproduct
samples produced in the Philippines and Indonesia were used.
Because green foundry sand byproduct
from Waupaca Foundry contains sodium bentonite, properly hydrated and compacted sand can achieve a low hydraulic conductivity, which is the primary characteristic needed for a barrier layer material to contain liquids.
A SPIRIT MADE OUT OF A BYPRODUCT
OF CHOCOLATE is making its debut in the alcoholic beverage department.
As concern increases about environmental issues and material recycling, the utilization of tea byproduct
as feedstuff would be useful for both economic and environmental reasons.
The ash is a byproduct
of coal combustion that poses environmental threats in landfills but also is commonly recycled for use in roads and parking lots.
Some animal byproducts
meals can contain feet, undeveloped eggs, intestines, stomachs, blood, bones, brains and more.
There are a few well-known options for today's food processors, but the availability of emerging technologies and new market concerns may cause processors to reevaluate byproduct
Hemoglobin happens to be red when it's oxygenated, so the redness of our blood is a byproduct
of the chemistry of carrying oxygen.
Worthington's scrap byproduct
is a non-core business and outside our expertise," Perry D.
Crushing soybeans, for example, also produces hulls, a byproduct
The process strips away the hydrogen atoms, leaving carbon dioxide as the byproduct
(and, unfortunately, releasing it to the atmosphere as a global warming gas).