processed material

processed material

A term used in the context of the UK’s Human Tissue Act 2004, referring to material of human origin for which permission for use or retention may be required. According to the Act, permission is required if the material contains cells (e.g., plastinated tissue or body parts) but not if it is acellular.
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The Company farms, processes and distributes North American ginseng as bulk root, and supplies processed material for the manufacture of value-added ginseng-based products.
Father Ofiesh said this is significant because it will reduce by as much as 90% the material that will have to be further processed with more rigorous chemical dissolution for extraction of precious metals, and thereby increase the yield of precious metal from each ton of processed material.
Centralized processing and marketing reduces the per ton cost of recycling, produces consistent products and provides incentives for marketing the processed materials.
These technologies enable customers to produce both energy and processed materials in a cost-effective and environmentally sustainable manner.