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Computers A popular term for ‘nonsense’ produced by a printer—e.g., incorrect ASCII characters versus text, often due to loose cables to the printer or due to use of an incorrect printer driver
Drug slang Regional street term for inferior quality drugs
Vox populi American for solid (municipal) waste; rubbish
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The dioxin in the waste material does not dissolve easily in water but it can migrate further out into the surrounding sediments," the statement said.
BENEFITS: The use of landfill to both create new golf courses and to improve or reshape existing ones is good for the environment as it provides a cost effective way of disposing of waste materials.
Through a process called co-fermentation, Custom Bio-Gas mixes in other organic waste material besides manure, which has shown potential to dramatically increase yields.
With total recycling of 89940063 kilograms of recyclable waste material produced from eight districts in Ahvaz during the first six months in 2008, there has been a great deal of saving in waste management costs.
Patent 7,752,983 (July 13, 2010), "Method and Apparatus for Plasma Gasification of Waste Materials," Rodrigo B.
CASUAL labourers who offer gardening services including hedge-cutting and tree-lopping were today accused of being cowboys when it comes to disposing of their waste material.
After it leaves the grinder, the yard waste material is placed into composting windrows where it slowly converts to marketable topsoil.
It cost pounds 7m to build, but surely this is the answer to the problem of all this waste material being dumped in sites and using very precious ground.
Volume recovery of waste material in the state increased 2.
Included projects will also include a change from heavy oil to a natural gas boiler at Takasago, and a new boiler burning waste material, such as waste wood and tires, instead of heavy oil in Hachinohe.
Potter and his twin brother, Jamie, both residents of the Los Angeles area, which was 20 miles away from the center of the quake, saw an increased demand for removal of solid waste material.

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