With the investigation complete the seized jewellery could now be melted down
The "old" silver dimes and quarters soon disappeared from circulation for their face value, and many of them have since been melted down
for their silver content.
In a study of mercury pollution, the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) found that mercury switches used for convenience lighting and antilock brake systems contribute to the problem, as mercury can pollute air and water when end-of-life vehicles are melted down
A good many monuments were removed and melted down
during the 1939-1945 war, not least a large and spectacular hot air balloon in bronze by Bartholdi -- the sculptor responsible for the Statue of Liberty.
Chips and scraps cut from traditional steel parts also contain lead and must be handled in a special way, but the new material can be melted down
without such precautions.
She heard of a body called Thai Helps Thai, where Thai ladies were giving in their gold jewellery to be melted down
and used to help revive the country's economy.
Small works in precious metals rarely survived since they were often later melted down
, and must be studied from drawings and documents.
The flakes are melted down
into a liquid that can be poured through a spinneret, a device that acts like a shower-head.
But when Chernobyl melted down
in 1986, 1 was living with my two children in Eastern Europe and I learned what it's like to experience a nuclear disaster.
When mixed or "commingled" plastic waste - old HDPE milk jugs, PET soda bottles, PVC cooking oil bottles - is collected and melted down
, the result is a drab polymer pudding.
I'll get them melted down
and moulded into a huge two-fingered statue called MBE (Memorial to the Bull*** Evaluators) and plant it in the middle of Parliament Square, facing Westminster.
Oliver Wainwright, the architecture firm's Hedwig Heinsman said that with 3D printing, there is zero waste, reduced transportation costs, and everything can be melted down