waste products


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waste products

n (Industry) → materiali mpl di scarto; (from body) → materiali mpl di rifiuto
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The ECPD, which is under the BOC's Enforcement and Security Service, is tasked to handle 'the processing of shipments of hazardous substances, waste products, nuclear wastes, recyclable products or substances under the regulatory control of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).'
It is in the quest to turn around this vicious circle of poverty and by extension keep a clean and pollution-free environment that a Non-Governmental Organisation is embarking on teaching young people on how to convert waste products like 'pure water' sachets and other plastic waste into interlocking tiles, roof tiles and building blocks.
Karachi -- Pakistan Waste Products Association (PWPA) has announced unconditional support the Businessmen Panel Pakistan in the forthcoming elections term 2019 of the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI).
Waste products from the blood can occasionally form crystals in urine and collect inside the kidneys.
Other 'neutral' waste products imported to turn into essential raw materials have not met with resistance either.
SBMA Ecology Center manager Amethya Dela Llana said the activity is conducted in partnership with the ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Bureau of Customs in Subic, and various treater, storage and disposal (TSD) companies in Manila and Central Luzon, which collect waste products.
Launched in August 2017, the campaign is designed to monitor and track vehicles carrying waste products in Abu Dhabi's industrial areas.
Sleeping while lying on your side rather than on your back or stomach may maximize your body's ability to clear waste products from the brain.
THE job of the kidney is to clear waste products from the blood.
She said that healthy kidneys remove waste products from the bloodstream while in chronic kidney disease waste products can build up in the blood.
Researchers led by Maiken Nedergaard of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York stumbled upon sleep's cleansing function while studying how the brain disposes of waste products. The brain pushes fluid in between its cells to flush out buildup products, such as protein pieces that form plaques in people with Alzheimer's disease, the team had found.