toxic industrial waste

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Noun1.toxic industrial waste - poisonous waste materialstoxic industrial waste - poisonous waste materials; can cause injury (especially by chemical means)
waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product - any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
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The CJ observed that Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah was summoned to give a time frame to resolve these problems, and observed that toxic industrial waste was being dumped into freshwater sources such as canals and rivers, and that contaminated water was being supplied to the people.
The chief justice said the coastal areas were being poisoned due to toxic industrial waste material discharged in the sea, hazardous pesticides dumping, killing and disabling the children due to some deadly chemical waste at a vacant plot of SITE Area, Karachi.
Malhotra has also been dumping toxic industrial waste into a local lake.
Karachi -- Chief Secretary Sindh, Muhammad Siddique Memon has convened a high level meeting in compliance with the orders of the apex court, regarding environmental pollution in the coastal areas caused by toxic Industrial waste material discharged into the sea (linked to the S-III project).
He said five firms had submitted their offers to prepare study/ feasibility report for treatment of domestic and toxic industrial waste of Hadyara Drain before its release into River Ravi.
A SCI-TECH DARESBURY business that uses a graphene-based invention to treat toxic industrial waste water has raised PS4m from two firms of venture capitalists that will allow it to bring its new ground-breaking product to market.
According to the scientists' 1988 report, "The barrels contain toxic industrial waste that is outdated and polluting.
Violation of environmental requirements for storage, transportation, use, burial of toxic industrial waste will be fined for 15,000 som.
The plan involves planting 72,000 trees in the desert in the hope of blocking the dust, which often carries toxic industrial waste and poses a growing threat to public health and economic activity in South Korea.
The toxic industrial waste used to fluoridate water supplies in the UK is expensive to safely dispose of.
It is a 23% solution of the highly toxic industrial waste, hydrofluorosilicic acid, scrubbed out of the smokestacks of the fertilizer and aluminum industries.