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putrescible

(pyo͞o-trĕs′ə-bəl)
adj.
Subject to putrefaction.
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En las cocinas debia procurarse que no se acumularan materias putrescibles y en los canos y los comunes debian limpiarse con alguna solucion desinfectante.
Another Nolan-ITU study estimates that the environmental cost of best-practice landfilling of putrescible waste in our major cities is as high as $640 million a year, easily exceeding the cost of salinity to Australia at $243 million (1).
The only thing lacking is a scratch and smell card, allowing the reader to savour the smell of putrescible (I am reliably told, this is one of Pauline's favourite words
With a high inherent calorific value, plastic bags also safely contribute to energy from waste systems, thus helping destroy contaminated or putrescible urban waste that would otherwise create harmful emissions.
It is understood that the cabinet was asked to consider the financial consequences of complying with Mr Purchon's recommendations, including the immediate halt to the disposal of household, biodegradable and putrescible waste at the site.
La hipotesis parecia imponer de que los microorganismos provenian de la fermentacion de materia putrescible.
This high proportion of vegetable and putrescible material (much higher than that commonly found in northern Europe or the U.
During wet weather the greatly increased flow would flush out the putrescible wastewaters.
Waste disposal sites accepting putrescible wastes (hereafter referred to as landfills) often attract birds, especially gulls (Laws spp.
Refuse that finally reached the disposal site was therefore considered to be without potential use and need be allowed to rot away if putrescible, or corrode away.
Converted Organics previously filed an application with the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management for the operation of a Putrescible Waste Recycling Center at that site.
This Document Conslilutes A Request For Proposal (Rfp) From Montgomery County For Experienced Firms To Remove And Lawfully Dispose Of Disaster-generated Debris (Other Than Hazardous Materials And Household Putrescible Garbage) From Public Property And Public Rights-of-way, And To Setup And Operate Temporary Debris Staging And Reduction (Tdsr) Sites At Designated Locations Within Montgomery County, Texas, Following A Declared Emergency Such As But Not Limited To Hurricane Or Other Debris-generating Event.