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stockpile

(stŏk′pīl″)
To withhold from immediate use; to maintain in storage for future needs. In many countries stockpiles of food rations, medications, or vaccines are maintained by governmental agencies in anticipation of future public health needs.
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Our model incorporates this limitation by assuming that fraction of stockpiled ventilators are wasted.
A conceptual framework for allocation of federally stockpiled ventilators during large-scale public health emergencies.
More than 1,950 leaks have already been reported in the weapons stockpiled at seven of the sites.
are essential to adequately plan and optimize the use of stockpiled resources during the next influenza pandemic.
The stockpiled ore was obtained from the "intermediate zone" in 1988 and originally consisted of about 120,000 tons at 0.22 ounces of gold per ton.
In addition, stockpiled scrap tires have been reduced by nearly 75% since 1990.
In addition to using more annually generated scrap tires in new applications, cleanup efforts of stockpiled scrap tires continue.
"The RCC's goal is 85% for scrap tires reused and a 55% reduction in stockpiles by 2008 from the 2001 baseline of 300 million stockpiled tires.
Additionally, state cleanup programs and effective regulations continue to reduce stockpiled scrap tires despite an increasing vehicle population on the nation's roads over the past decade.
Another feature of the report is an estimate of the volume of stockpiled scrap tires, based on a survey of all 50 states.
"We do recognize that there still is a substantial volume of stockpiled tires, and any tire stockpile could present a major problem to the local community.