spent material

spent material

Any material that has been used in medical care (or other industries) and cannot be reused without reprocessing, reclamation, or decontamination.
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Ellis Paint Company has developed a vision and entrepreneurial spirit that has led to global solutions such as lowest VOC formulations, best transfer technologies and spent material recycling practices.
Ellis Paint Co has developed a vision and entrepreneurial spirit that has led to global solutions such as lowest VOC formulations, best transfer technologies and spent material recycling practices.
At the same time, spent material is pumped out of the containers, where it passes through a mechanical liquid separator.
Once the soil medium within a detention basin is determined to no longer be effective in filtering storm water, the next step is to remove and dispose spent material and replace it with clean media (Ching 2001).
The spent material spends about five years in the pools before it can be transferred to dry steel casks.
Russia has already supplied 82 tonnes of fuel for Bushehr and plans to take back the spent material to avoid any misuse.
In 1995, Iran found help from Russia which also agreed to fuel the plant as well as complete construction, with the supply deal committing Iran to returning any spent material.
The blasting head and vacuum head are part of the same nozzle, so that the spent material is removed immediately.
From a practical standpoint, acquisition and disposition factors, such as availability of the material, potential utilization or disposal of spent material, and costs, should be considered.
The spent material has passed EPA tests to determine the likelihood of contaminants leaching out of landfills into the surrounding water supply, so Turchi says the sorbent can simply be disposed of in a regular landfill.
The spent material evaporates, leaving little cleanup.
This method is very cost effective to run, and disposal of the spent material is easy.