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smelt

(smĕlt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of smell

smelt

small marine finfish Osmerus eparlanus, O. mordax.
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The Massena West smelter has a nameplate capacity of 130,000 mt/y.
After he tested positive I decided to sponsor three kids to take random tests to prove if this thing came from the smelter.
NZAS CEO and general manager Gretta Stephens said ending the current deal in 2017 did not mean the smelter would be shut down as there could be potential to re-discuss its power supply through multiple contracts with various firms - including Meridian.
Dundee Precious Metals also achieved its production target for tons of concentrate smelted at the Tsumeb Smelter with concentrate smelted tons targeted between 145000 and 155 000 and the actual production value was 159 356 tons," Kastelic informed the Economist.
Century, which also owns in Kentucky the Hawesville smelter, sees Sebree able to compete globally in every area apart from the cost of power, it said.
The smelter is provided with alumina by two trains a day from the town, each consisting of 21 wagons.
Al Bukhary said: "Our strategic collaboration with Chinalco for Smelter Asia will bring the best-in-class technology to create a modern aluminium plant that will contribute to the socio-economic growth of Sarawak state.
In 2010, 811,000 tonnes of alumina, 140,000 tonnes of calcined petroleum coke and 24,000 tonnes of coal tar pitch were used by the smelter during production.
This new generation AP36 smelter's design, layout and construction have resulted in the most efficient and environmentally conscious smelter currently in operation in the region, it claimed.
Canada's SNC Lavalin and Australia's WorleyParsons, the two companies awarded the engineering, procurement and construction management contract to build the first phase of the smelter, are conducting the pre-feasibility study which EMAL CEO, Duncan Hedditch expects to be completed in the first half of 2009.
said that Trinidad's government approached it about building an aluminum smelter in an alternative location to that planned on the island's Cap-de-Ville, denying a report that the project was cancelled, reports Bloomberg News (Dec.
The Eastalco smelter was idled in December 2005 because it could not secure a competitively priced long-term electrical power arrangement.