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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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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.
The Company had hoped to bring a revolutionary lead metal production technology online prior to the closure of the smelter.
Nolte emphasised that the environmental hazards posed by the company's smelting operations have been present ever since the Tsumeb Smelter was built in 1963.
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.
While traditionally, because of high energy costs, China has been one of the highest cost aluminum smelting countries, European smelters could replace Chinese smelters as the highest cost facilities in the world, according to Davenport.
Because manufacturers receive lead from different smelter pots, lead from different sources can be intermingled at many stages in the manufacturing process.
The commissioning of Alusaf's giant Hillside Aluminium Smelter five months ahead of schedule (on 14 June 1995) and R1.
Coping with the Environment--Like metal processors all over the world, the secondary smelter is constantly confronted with an increasing number of strictly monitored environmental requirements.
The operations are conducted in two Business Areas: Mines and Smelters.
Establishment of Kansanshi Mine Smelter will produce approximately 1,500 jobs during the construction phase.
Gathering country of origin information from source smelters
7 of 2012, the government receives a total of plans to build 126 smelters but Indonesia does not that much smelters.