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off-site

adj, adv
away from the principle area of activity
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.off-site - taking place or located away from the site; "an off-site waste treatment operation"
on-site - taking place or located at the site; "on-site inspection"
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off-site

adjaußerhalb des Geländes befindlich
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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Eaton Corporation are pleased to announce that groundwater remediation efforts have successfully reduced off-site contamination of trichloroethylene (TCE) at the Kearney, Neb.
THE PORTAKABIN GROUP reports it is seeing a significant rise in demand for buildings in the manufacturing sector as more organisations look to expand their facilities using off-site construction.
We have to make it clear that off-site release will be resorted to only when on-site payment or release results or tends to result to inconvenience to beneficiaries or is impractical or not cost-efficient,' she explained.
Off-site modular building could be the solution to the housing crisis, according to a report by the IMechE.
One of the main presentations was a discussion all about off-site construction, a big talking point in our industry at the minute.
Full-service off-site catering of hors d'oeuvres, lunch, dinner and more.
Now, with the introduction of off-site shows at the forthcoming Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, the way shows are presented are poised to change drastically.
com)-- Southwest Data Protection, a very successful off-site data protection firm headquartered in Las Vegas, is planning to open a new state-of-the-art facility in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
S Environmental Protection is telling the town of Milford that off-site disposal of contaminated soil from the Fletcher Paint Superfund site will take less time and cost less money.
The off-site release was trivially small,'' said Phil Rutherford, who heads health, safety and radiation oversight at Boeing.
Secondarily, tapes stored off-site may not be readily accessible during a disaster, which can further hinder the timely restoration of systems, and prove to be extremely costly.
Off-site backups of computerized data are an organization's ultimate "fail-safe" protection against catastrophic data loss, but to fulfill that role, off-site backups need to be managed correctly.