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shreds

(shrĕds) [AS. screade]
Slender strands of mucus seen in freshly voided urine, indicative of inflammation of the urinary tract or associated organs.
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* Shred to 0.09", 0.13", 0.16", 0.25", 0.31", 0.40", 0.50", 0.75" oval shreds other custom shred sizes to suit needs.
Progressive Document Destruction will typically use from one to three employees at an on-site shred, Johnson says.
"Some companies shred their waste for boiler fuel while others sell it for landscape mulch or animal bedding," says Van Dam.
The numbers are good news for people like Matthew Adams, who with business partner Randy Pierce opened Shred Smart in Little Rock last May.
The documents you shred today may be reconstructed tomorrow.
* The Urschel model M can now be equipped with newly designed feed fingers and special shredding discs to produce the hand-pulled-looking shreds more uniformly and efficiently.
A bonded representative will collect the material and shred it on site in a high-volume shredding truck.
Although details of the reaction are under study, the following factors are thought to create conditions favorable for oxidation of exposed steel and/or rubber: free access to air; free access to water; retention heat caused by the high insulating value of tire shreds in combination with a large fill thickness; large amounts of exposed steel belts; smaller tire shred sizes and excessive amounts of granulated rubber particles; and the presence of inorganic and organic nutrients that would enhance microbial action.
Horizontal hammermills shred refuse by high-speed rotation of the rotor and hammers; vertical hammermills also consist of a high speed rotor on a shaft, but the equipment is all mounted vertically.
Because crosscut shreds are small, the shredded material takes up less space.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jul 10 2019] Cheese shreds sales are likely to surpass 400 thousand tons in 2019, as growing popularity of mozzarella in fast food products fuels demand.