post-industrial


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post-industrial

[ˌpəʊstɪnˈdʌstrɪəl] ADJposindustrial
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Paying for the Welfare State in the 21st Century: Tax and Spending in Post-Industrial Societies
Post-industrial raw materials will be recycle, repelletize, and market by the ALBIS Barnet Polymers LLC as well as use them in the compounding of ALTECH ECO products.
THE closure of the Welsh Tata steel plants would be the last hammer blow in the conversion of Wales to a post-industrial economy.
For those with the skills, capital, and savvy to prosper in the post-industrial age, services offered inordinate opportunities.
In Beauty Redeemed (Birkhauser), Ellen Braae, professor of landscape design at Copenhagen University, explores the reuse of post-industrial areas through the history of trailblazing projects in Europe.
It's the only recycled plastic wash facility in New Hampshire, said John Pelech, founder and CEO of the firm, which has been recycling post-industrial plastic waste at its facility since 2009.
Has Hamilton crossed over after a post-industrial identity crisis and reached a tipping point?
Cereplast has recently announced the availability of a new bioplastic resin for injection moulders manufactured with 51 percent post-industrial algae biomass.
Bioplastics company Cereplast Inc (OTC Markets:CERP) reported on Tuesday the launch of its new bioplastic resin grade Biopropylene A150D, an injection molding post-industrial algae biomass grade, meeting CONEG and ROHS requirements.
Interpreting the role of education as an apparatus for capitalist domination in post-industrial countries, they show how the contemporary educational emphasis on language and literature parallels the organization of work.
RECYCLED RESIN PRICES-12/12 Pellets Flake c/lb c/lb PET BOTTLES (CLEAN) CLEAR POST-CONSUMER 70-75 57-62 GREEN POST-CONSUMER 60-65 50-55 HOPE (CLEAN) NATURAL POST-CONSUMER 59-62 48-53 MIXED COLORS 54 48 POST-INDUSTRIAL 45 50-51 POLYSTYRENE POST-INDUSTRIAL GEN.