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dump

Etymology: ME, dumpen, to throw down
1 to print out the contents of a computer memory or other computer-storage medium.
2 the printout resulting from such an operation.
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Now the waters are no longer fit to drink, he said, due to the dump leachate.
The Active memory dump is a recent feature from Microsoft.
Cabinet last month approved Agriculture Minister Akram Chehayeb's plan to end the 2-month-old garbage crisis by transforming the Srar dump into a sanitary landfill and establishing another one in east Lebanon, reopening the Naameh landfill for seven days and supporting robust waste recycling initiatives.
Larger dumps were often used as door stops, and these can sometimes be found in a rather bruised and battered state, while smaller ones could be used as paperweights or simply as ornaments.
We see some signs of change like establishment of secured landfills and TSDFs in states that were earlier refusing to do so, display of information on hazardous waste at factory gates, initiation of projects to clean up dumps, and stern action to close down violators," says Gopalkrishnan Thyagarajan, chairman of the SCMC.
Thousands of people across Mexico live from picking through the loads of garbage that municipal trucks pour into local dumps every day.
Tanabe's team tested 48 soil samples from five dumps where trash had been burned.
The dump trailer was being unloaded on sloped terrain that made the dump box tilt to the left, as shown in the drawing.
The interest generated focuses not only on public dumps, but on the foundry's own property as well.
This is not the case, says Dolyny, pointing out the banning of open dumps by the Americans in 1991.
Bag dump stations are available for dumping powders, pellets and other dusty bulk granular materials into process systems.
Gardai have vowed to prosecute anyone found to be associated with an illegal dump, including the companies which were given the contract, the sub-contractors who dumped the waste and the landowners.