ecobalance


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ecobalance

[ˈiːkəʊˌbæləns] Nequilibrio m ecológico
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But Yany Lopez, chair of UP's geography department and Ortega's coresearcher, said these drastic changes disturbed the fragile ecobalance.
The Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance is an international conference held two years, where experts from government institutions, industry, and research institutions around the world give presentations on research aimed at reducing environmental burden across the whole lifecycle of products and services.
The software dynamically allocates and prioritizes machine-specific consumption limits to avoid energy peaks by accessing data in the ecobalance energy-management system within each machine's CC300 control system.
Probiotics provide balance, allowing for an equal distribution of the good and the bad, and the necessary ecobalance in the human system.
This type of analysis is referred to here as life-cycle assessment (LCA), but other names are often used, such as ecobalance, cradle-to-grave analysis, and lifecycle analysis.
De acordo com a Associacao Brasileira de Ciclo de Vida (ABCV, 2011) no Brasil o acronimo ACV significa, usualmente, analise de ciclo de vida, mas a traducao do ingles "life cycle assessment" tambem admite o significado: avaliacao de ciclo de vida e em alguns paises europeus se usa o termo "ecobalance ", ou "ecoequilibrio".
Over 40 000 stray dogs are roaming the streets of Bulgarian capital Sofia, according to a former employee of the Ecobalance municipal company.
Roland Hischier, Empa's ecobalance expert, has just finished investigating various capsule systems as well as fully automatic machines, filter and soluble coffee making techniques, and has prepared a simplified life cycle analysis.