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by-products

materials generated incidentally to the production of a principal product in an industry or industrial enterprise. In the meat industry by-products include blood, bone, fat, bristle, hair, wool, hide, skin, hoof, horn and offal products prepared in various ways for use as human or animal food, for pharmaceutical and cosmetics and so on.
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Effects of the by-products on growth and ethanol production Furfural, HMF, vanillin, vanillic acid, and chromium were detected in our hydrozylates (unpublished data).
For comparison, the researchers measured the concentrations of regulated disinfection by-products.
Ozone is a powerful disinfectant that does not produce chlorinated organics, but it does result in other by-products.
Obtaining planning permission for incinerators has proved a problem and SITA was moving towards recycling before the animal by-products regulation was introduced.
Levels of the by-products are relatively high in indoor UK swimming pools, research published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, found.
Today, many foundries have taken the needed precautions and have successfully implemented programs to reuse their spent sands and other foundry by-products, such as cupola slag.
The new standards for disinfection by-products will require improved treatment practices and a new Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL), i.
According to the Animal Protection Institute (API), commercial pet foods, from Friskies to Kal-Kan, contain mostly grain wastes and meat by-products, which can include everything from euthanized shelter animals to cancer-ridden livestock, roadkill, downer animals, moldy grains and rancid restaurant grease.
said the solids concentration by oxidizing liquor (SCOL) process is being designed to improve an existing procedure for disposing of toxic by-products and to reduce the consumption of natural gas.
Following an introduction to by-product processing, they run: Edible meat by-products; Rendering; Hide and skin by-products; Glue and gelatine; Edible tissue from bone; Medicinal and pharmaceutical use of by-products; Sausage containers; Blood utilization; Pet or exotic animal food; Seafood by-products; Poultry by-products; and Animal processing waste disposal, reduction and utilization.
The Courtyard by Marriott New York-JFK Airport hotel, with American By-Products Recyclers LLC are proud to be working with Alley Pond Environmental Center (APEC) and the Queens Tourism Council to show how "green" Queens is, as the Borough welcomes Dartmouth's Big Green Bus (www.
Contract award: transfer the obligation to dispose of animal by-products in accordance with A* 3 paragraph 2 tiernebg.