EPR


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EPR

abbreviation for
(General Physics) electron paramagnetic resonance
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A real estate investment trust, EPR Properties invests in properties in select market segments.
EPR isn't a new idea, and it can take many forms, but the key fact is that it places responsibility-can we say 'burdens' instead?-on packaging users or makers to account for the packaging's disposition once it's done being used by consumers.
This column looks at Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) to determine if it fits in our industry.
The results from a study on haze events in Beijing show that EPR detects EPFRs identified as semiquinone radicals in PM with different particle size, and that EPFRs are mainly persistent in the PM fraction of [d.sub.ae] < 1 pm, which are the most hazardous (Figure 1).
It expects EPR's leverage to sustain in the low 5.0x range and FCC ratio to sustain in the low 3.0x range.
He added a law imposing extended EPR will compel manufacturers to be more responsible for helping address the problem brought about by single-use plastics.
EPR said that the aggregate consideration to be received by CNL Lifestyle in connection with the company's acquisition and the OZRE acquisition consisted of USD 183m of cash and USD 647m of the company's common shares before pro-rations, transaction costs and closing adjustments.
Sponsors of the latest iteration of the legislation developed the bill with national EPR advocacy group UPSTREAM.
It contains 22 wt% of EPR elastomer phase (random copolymer containing 50 wt% of ethylene) and 78 wt% of isotactic PP, showing a melt flow index MFI = 10 g/10 min under 2.16 kg at 230[degrees]C.
We proposed EPR measurements for drugs as an additional test.