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Drug slang An occasional user of illicit drugs. See Recreational drug use Tobacco A popular term for a person who smokes < 5 cigarettes/day, who may be resistant to nicotine dependence or addiction, and often born to non-smoking parents.
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The new BC625A chipper is available with three engine options, two gasoline and one diesel.
Kyle and I are facilitating the transition by assisting Connor with client relations and chipper operations, so we all welcome your phone calls or emails with any questions about your property and resources to help you in your goals.
Byline: Chipper Club HELEN MACKLIN Children's Editor
limbs, then you may want to consider a chipper. Chippers come in many sizes and power ranges, but all tend to be quite expensive-$2,000 or more--due to their heavy-duty nature.
If your waste-management work will be exclusively reducing piles of woody prunings, cornstalks and tree limbs, then you might consider taking the plunge on a dedicated chipper. Chippers come in many sizes and power ranges, but most utilize a heavy steel plate to which one or more chipping knives are attached, and most tend to be quite expensive ($2,000 or more) due to the nature of their heavy-duty work.
Indeed it is the family tradition which he believes make the Irish Italian chippers so unique - that and their special way of cooking.
"There was a mad rush all over the state for people to buy these chippers - with no intention whatsoever of cutting down very much pollution because most of us are not allowed to burn within city limits anyway," said Tony Van Vliet, a former member of the Environmental Quality Commission, which oversees the tax credit program.
Improvements in both chipper performance and the machines' production have been enabled through the incorporation of new technologies, such as a microprocessor-based electronic module developed by HED Inc., Hartford, Wis.
Rayco chippers grind wood using "knives" attached to rotors.
Also, baseline information concerning the feasibility of using CTL systems combined with small chippers should be applicable for most stands characterized by large mature overstories and densely stocked understories.
* Continental Biomass Industries (CBI), Newton, N.H., has announced the introduction of its new Magnum Force Drum Chipper.