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deplete

[də·plēt′]
Etymology: L, deplere, to empty
to empty or unload or to cause depletion.

deplete

(dē-plēt′) [L. depletus, emptied]
To empty; to produce depletion.
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Use is being outlawed since 1,1,1 trichloroethane is an ozone depleter.
In addition, his compromise with the USEPA includes further scientific reviews of the chemical, which USEPA has agreed could result in its delisting as a Class I ozone depleter.
This halocarbon reclamation facility will be state of the art with the latest, most advanced equipment for the reclamation and management of Halons and refrigerants that are either ozone depleters or high in global warming potential.
Check hospital records to confirm medications, and be cautious about diagnosing PD--especially if patients have taken anti-psychotics, metoclopramide, or dopamine depleters such as reserpine, because the PD symptoms might resolve with time.
The technique could be an alternative to conventional fumigation, as some of the gases used in fumigation are being restricted because they are ozone depleters and in many cases plant and factories have to be closed down while fumigation takes place.
These include SSRIs, dopamine depleters, bupropion, phenelzine, lithium, valproate, some cardiac drugs (amiodarone, captopril, verapamil, diltiazem, amlodipine, manidipine, methyldopa), and estrogens.
NETTOGAZ Greenclean offers an effective flushing and cleaning replacement for the prohibited ozone depleters, R11 and R-141B, in new and existing refrigeration systems.
A single rogue nation cannot destroy the ozone layer, because its economic capacity to use ozone depleters would be very limited unless it were a very large nation, like China or the United States, that has a substantial stake in the global system.
I thought you'd like to see some of the other vitamin and mineral depleters that many of us come in contact with every day.
dioxins, cancer or other wood combustion, benzene, arsenic, serious health chemical plants, beryllium, mercury, effects, such as oil refineries, vinyl chloride) birth defects or aerospace, reproductive manufactures, dry effects cleaners Ecosystem damage (particularly freshwater fish) Stratospheric ozone Skin cancer Fossil fuel, depleters (e.