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Tenders are invited for L - electrical installation of machinery,Supply, expansion, modernization, errection &Commissioning Of Main Gandheli Dairy Milk Processing Plant capacity 50000 LPD to expandable up to 100000 LPD & Milk Bi-Product manufacturing Plant & Machinery situated at our Gut No.
The coke produced during the dry reforming of methane is known as a hazardous bi-product.
No one disputes that belt tightening was required after the crash of 2008, but it is appalling that a bi-product should see some people in our nation - one of the world's economic powerhouses - suffering such food poverty.
The facility, which processes 11,500 tonnes of food waste every year, yields a liquid digestate as a bi-product of its anaerobic digestion (AD) process.
The plant's cutting edge technology helps permanently store captured carbon emissions in a solid form thereby helping companies meet their greenhouse gas reduction targets while also creating a valuable bi-product, the Courier Mail reports.
Current rose veal is however now an accepted product, a bi-product of dairy cattle production.
AN AMUSING and bemusing bi-product of the FA's appointment of Roy Hodgson is the growth of a strange revisionist view of Fabio Capello's England reign.
SPHERES is a bi-product of MIT undergraduate students and NASA.
In seven years we have taken what was a significant waste issue at some roasting facilities and developed markets for this bi-product.
A bi-product of this process is oxygen which we humans need to breathe.
Petrol and diesel are a bi-product and only a small part of every barrel of oil, so why do they not use some of these record profits to bring down the costs to motorists and haulage contractors?
Fellow scientist Dr Elefun (Nighy) has invented a new, positive, blue energy - but a bi-product is an evil, negative, red energy which, when placed in a robot, causes it to run amok and kill Toby.