Despite almost universal practice of dialyzer reuse
from the earliest days of haemodialysis, reusing dialyzer always remains a controversial issue and several ethical concerns have been raised.
The Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (the SFTR) requires that parties to reuse
arrangements provide disclosure to their counterparties of the risks and consequences involved in such arrangements (the Reuse
Global and regional government and industry leaders explored ways to boost water reuse
initiatives while highlighting innovative technologies at a major summit held in Riyadh recently.
This volume documents water reclamation and reuse
practices and issues around the world.
The key to entering the market of beneficial reuse
of metalcasting sand is to understand the various applications that are available and the state regulations that govern them, and then determine whether they are a viable option for the location of your metalcasting facility and the amount of sand you can offer at any one time.
His teachings helped me to recognize how many resources architecture and urban design take from the earth, to develop a consciousness about design and sustainability, knowing that it is a depleting source and we must find innovative and new ways to reuse
materials," Brooks said.
This article is intended to provide an update on some of the trends in the deconstruction and reuse
The goal is to recover, reuse
and recycle the more than 25 million beverage containers sold in the NWT each year.
Based on research in ten projects in a university, corporate learning, and military context, a set of dimensions is found that can help decision makers to develop strategies for reuse
As such, there is no scientific basis for the statement that repeated reuse
and washing of plastic from sports drinks can cause the plastic to break down and potentially release a carcinogen.
Groundwater recharge can be more expensive than other reuse
programs when the cost of blending water (required by state Department of Health Services regulations) is taken into account.
Whereas demolition yields a mixed pile of debris from which some items (for example, scrap metal) may be picked out for recycling, deconstruction involves the selective and systematic disassembling of buildings with the specific goal of generating a supply of materials suitable for reuse