• PULP AND PAPER DICTIONARY - Paperonweb

    This page contains the definition of term, words and/or phrase commonly used in pulp and papermaking, printing, converting and paper trading.

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  • Occupational Safety & Health Standard | Labor Code of the ...

    RULE 1090 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. 1091: Scope: The provisions of this Rule shall apply to all workplaces in which hazardous substances in solid, liquid or gaseous forms are manufactured, handled and used or in which flammable, irritating, offensive or toxic dusts, fibers, gases, mists or vapors are generated or released in quantities injurious to health.

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  • Pellet fuel - Wikipedia

    Pellet fuels (or pellets) are biofuels made from compressed organic matter or biomass. Pellets can be made from any one of five general categories of biomass: industrial waste and co-products, food waste, agricultural residues, energy crops, and lumber. Wood pellets are the most common type of pellet fuel and are generally made from compacted sawdust and related industrial wastes from ...

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  • The Unique Challenge of Controlling Biomass-Fired Boilers

    Biomass has many advantages as a fuel for boilers: It’s inexpensive, readily available in many regions, CO 2 neutral, and its use warrants government subsidies. The fuel also presents unique ...

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  • Paper Glossary | Clifford Paper, Inc.

    Paper Glossary. A–B–C–D–E–F–G–H–I–J–K–L–M–N–O–P–Q–R–S–T–U–V–W–X–Y–Z. A. A4 (size) A common ISO A-size of about 8 ¼ ...

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  • Sawmill - Wikipedia

    A sawmill or lumber mill is a facility where logs are cut into lumber.Modern saw mills use a motorized saw to cut logs lengthwise to make long pieces, and crosswise to length depending on standard or custom sizes (dimensional lumber).The "portable" saw mill is iconic and of simple operation—the logs lay flat on a steel bed and the motorized saw cuts the log horizontally along the length of ...

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  • Papermaking | Britannica.com

    Papermaking, formation of a matted or felted sheet, usually of cellulose fibres, from water suspension on a wire screen.Paper is the basic material used for written communication and the dissemination of information. In addition, paper and paperboard provide materials for hundreds of other uses, such as wrapping, packaging, toweling, insulating, and photography.

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  • How Large-Scale Producers Turn Sawdust Into Something ...

    Turning sawdust into pellets brings several advantages. The first is that compressing dust into pellets reduces its overall volume to just 1/10th the size, making it vastly easier to store and transport.

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  • NetRhythms: A to Z Album and Gig reviews

    Sacred Harp Singing In Western Massachusetts 2000-2001 (WMSHC) Sacred Harp, or more correctly shape-note singing, is a truly glorious sound, totally unlike anything else in music.

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  • The Kitchen Equipment Encyclopedia for Paleo/Primal Eaters

    A casserole is a large, deep dish used both in the oven and as a serving vessel. Clay Pot Cooking. Clay pot cooking is a technique of cooking food in an unglazed clay pot which has been soaked in water so as to release steam during the cooking process.

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  • MicroBioTests Inc. | Publications

    Facts, figures and findings from application of Toxkit microbiotests are reported in a large number of publications, reports and presentations at scientific symposia and workshops.

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  • The Food Timeline: history notes--cookies, crackers & biscuits

    Educator Crackers. Educator brand crackers were produced in Boston from 1885 through the 1980s. They were a direct early competitor to the National Biscuit Company (aka Nabisco).

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  • Other Projects, Engines, Models and Toys on Display in Vista

    Fire Engines by Tom Showers. The late Tom Showers was a prolific builder of model fire engines and an apparatus historian. Many of his over 450 models are on display in …

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  • Glossary of Eco Words

    Water Based Pain t For most home projects, this is your go-to paint. Also called latex paint, it has a binder that is dissolved in water. In general, water-based paints are less toxic and contain fewer volatile organic compounds (VOCs) than solvent-based (also called oil-based or alkyd) paints.

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  • DOLE Occupational Safety and Health Standards ...

    Occupational Safety and Health for Technologists, Engineers, And Managers, 7th Edition

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  • Municipal waste management systems for domestic use ...

    Every year, the average citizen of a developed country produces about half a tonne of waste, thus waste management is an essential industry. Old waste management systems based on the collection of mixed/sorted waste and transporting it a long way to disposal sites has a significant negative impact on the environment and humans.

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  • Other Projects, Engines, Models and Toys on Display in Vista

    Fire Engines by Tom Showers. The late Tom Showers was a prolific builder of model fire engines and an apparatus historian. Many of his over 450 models are on display in fire museums like the one in …

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  • The Food Timeline--history notes: algae to creamed onions

    Algae Algae, seaweed, nori, kaiso, agar agar, miuk, carrageen, Irish moss, spirulina, tecuilatl: vitamin rich edible gifts from the sea. Consumed from prehistoric times forward, culinary applications depend upon place/period/people.

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  • Hobo Terminology

    Examples included from the following: American Tramp and Underworld Slang: Words and phrases used by hoboes, tramps, migratory workers and those on the fringes of society, with their uses and origins, with a number of tramp songs edited, with essays on the slang and the songs by Godfrey Irwin, Editor. With a terminal essay on American slang in its relation to English thieves' slang, by Eric ...

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  • Heating Fuel Information - Maine.gov

    Heating Fuel Information. On this page: Biofuels; Electric Heating, Heat Pumps and Thermal Energy Storage; Energy Efficiencey & Conservation; Geothermal

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  • HISTORY OF HYDROPONICS - RAIN National Public Internet

    Hydroponics, the growing of plants without soil, has developed from the findings of experiments carried out to determine what substances make plants grow and the composition of plants.

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  • Whiskyfun August 2010 - part 1

    Tomatin 43 yo 1965/2008 (52.1%, Duncan Taylor, Peerless) Colour: gold. Nose: ah, this is more like it at first nosing, starting right on many fresh fruits such as oranges and tangerines, white peaches, with discreet whiffs of iron (a bag of nails).

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  • Energy – Just Facts

    * Two common measures of energy are British thermal units (Btu) and joules. All forms of energy can be expressed in these units. One Btu is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one pound of water from 39 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. One joule is the amount of energy needed to lift one hundred grams (3.5 ounces) upward by one meter (3.3 feet) while on the surface of the earth.

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  • Remodeling Terms Cheat Sheet - FIXR.com

    A type of heat pump that pulls the heat out of the indoor air in the summer and redirects it outside, and in the winter pulls heat energy from the outside air and redirects it indoors.

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  • Vessel Nomenclature, United States Coast Guard / National ...

    Vessel Nomenclature, Multiple choice questions with Diagrams and illustrations for Coast Guard License Exam Preparation Assistance.

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