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ton

a measure of weight or mass. Includes short (or USA) 1 ton=2000 lb and long (or UK) 1 ton=2240 lb. See also tonne.
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Hardwood pulpwood production from the SRWCs could provide 10 to 15 million dry tons of pulpwood per year in the decades ahead, the annual equivalent of about two-fifths of 1997 U.
According to the report, wood could grow to supply 368 million dry tons of biomass by 2030.
2 million dry tons for primary mill residues using a different methodology (Millbrandt 2005).
The production capacity will call for 1,000 dry tons per day of input feedstock.
Work being performed includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary to dredge, dewater and manage on-site approximately 2000 dry tons of biosolids from the City s Water Pollution Control Facility and performing all Work as required by the Contract, in accordance with the Contract Plans and
It comprises eight fully assembled modules and when fully operational will process 66,000 dry tons of biomass per year with an energy output equivalent to 130,000 barrels of oil.
A 1980 report (USDA 1980) estimated the unused wood available annually for energy in the United States as equivalent to 544 million metric dry tons (600 million dry tons) or 10.
3 million dry tons of hardwood lumber wood fiber for cabinets, millwork, and flooring (Carliner 2002).
1 million Air Dry tons (ADt) of eucalyptus-baled bleached pulp and 0.
The energy produced at Chambers Creek will be used to heat the plant year round and create 40 dry tons of fertilizer a week.