hazardousness


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haz·ard·ous

 (hăz′ər-dəs)
adj.
1. Marked by danger; perilous.
2. Depending on chance; risky.

haz′ard·ous·ly adv.
haz′ard·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hazardousness - the state of being dangerous
danger - the condition of being susceptible to harm or injury; "you are in no danger"; "there was widespread danger of disease"
Translations
مُخاطَرَه
riskantnost
farerisiko
kockázatosság
áhættusemi
şansa bağlı olmatehlike

hazard

(ˈhӕzəd) noun
(something which causes) a risk of harm or danger. the hazards of mountain-climbing.
verb
1. to risk; to be prepared to do (something, the result of which is uncertain). Are you prepared to hazard your life for the success of this mission?
2. to put forward (a guess etc).
ˈhazardous adjective
dangerous. a hazardous journey; hazardous waste.
ˈhazardousness noun
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On the contrary, strict government regulations, oscillating prices of raw materials and growing awareness regarding the hazardousness of plastics are factors that may restrict the growth of the plastic additives market.
[18.] European Commission, Eurostat: Generation of waste category, hazardousness and NACE Rev.
Her transit of the city involves an exposure to danger hinted at in the hazardousness of just crossing the street but not at all so limited.
An example is the National Solid Waste Policy (NSWP) (4), which classifies waste according to origin (household, construction, industrial, healthcare, among others) and hazardousness (hazardous or non-hazardous).
Mercury hazardousness is a cause of global concern, to which children are most vulnerable, causing neurological, development, reproductive problems, impairing growing nervous system, damages kidney and foetuses.
In this scenario, it must be pointed out that waste management is the result of healthcare activities and such waste can present great diversity and hazardousness (Diaz et al, 2008; Dutra et al, 2011, Makajic-Nikolic et al., 2016).
Production systems were adapted to improve the performance of environmental indicators such as energy conservation (by replacement of equipment for other more energy efficient), modification of packaging for reuse (replacement of one-way cardboard and wooden packaging for long life returnable plastic packaging), waste management (reducing hazardousness and increasing reuse) and recyclability (through the implementation of recyclable waste stations, elimination of oil leaks in equipment and machines, elimination of CFC refrigerant gas in refrigeration equipment and investment in equipment that is more environmentally adequate, with water-based painting and others).
Validated toxicity tests are urgently needed to assess the potential hazardousness of these pollutants.
Fearing an anonymous terrible condition entailing the presidential gap, the Mufti hoped that the elections would be accomplished before the constitutional deadline in order to avert hazardousness and enter a state of security and stability.
The environmental hazardousness of retorted oil shale has been largely attributed to phenols found in semi-coke, particularly the watersoluble fraction of these compounds [3].
He accomplishes to cross the border between journalistic news coverage and conventional art images; thereby he transfers the unmasked hazardousness of reality into our field of vision--apart from the newspaper and TV newscasts, which seemed to exclusively claim to be in favor of documenting worldwide happenings until then (cf.

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