collecting station

collecting station

Lab medicine A facility specifically designed to collect specimens and send them to a central lab; CSs perform no tests. See CLIA, Laboratory. Cf Drawing station.
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This type of technical solutions could be integratedseamlessly through a connecting turbines in commercial farms to avoidthe realization of an energy collecting station on platform.
With the help of ocean currents, plastic pieces concentrate in the center of the V and are scooped up by a conveyer belt driven by solar panels and dropped in a collecting station for recycling.
Envision a central power collecting station with a single power line back to shore.
In addition, consumers also can take gadgets directly to NextStep's collecting station, which will waive the fees it previously charged for eligible electronics.
Now Sweden's last collecting station for returnables has closed and the challenge for label converters is to ensure that when the PET bottles go through the household garbage recycling system, the label and the adhesive are compatible with the PET.
Information about species composition, number of individuals, weight and standard length for each specimen was recorded for each collecting station.
It was first used not as a bar physically separating canals, but as a stop lock and toll collecting station.
workers at the punkt, or collecting station, load cotton into trailers.
At each collecting station, a hulling machine, owned by Hammons, removes the green hull from the walnuts.
In 1901, what is now the Spring Creek NFH in Underwood, Washington, began as an egg collecting station.
The New Matamoras bulk storage and transloading facility is a central collecting station fully licensed to do business by the appropriate governmental authorities.
During the next few years, the CTBT organization is scheduled to begin setting up the International Data Center in Vienna to serve as the collecting station for data from the international monitoring system.