The Commercial division benefited from price increases and synergies, Renewi said, which more than offset cost inflation, particularly for burnable
waste, and lower output prices for paper.
Smoke is the result of a process called "pyrolysis," whereby heat--not flame--chemically alters molecules in the wood, turning them from a solid into a gas filled with burnable
The most widely discussed approach -- bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) -- would mean clearing large stretches of intact forest, displacing food crops, or both, to produce more burnable
The most widely discussed approach - bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) - would mean clearing large stretches of intact forest, displacing food crops, or both, to produce more burnable
An unprecedented number of people are moving to the wildland-urban interface, where "burnable
vegetation meets high-structure density," Roberts said.
The Old Almondburian, Huddersfield Learn from history to stop another Grenfell IN 1571 Great Yarmouth council passed a decree banning all future building in burnable
materials like wood, lash and plaster.
absorber ([Gd.sub.2][O.sub.3]) was integrated into a selected number of fuel pins and 89 adjustable cruciform control rods can be inserted from the bottom of the core into the low-pressure moderator .
Bonfire night always seemed to be an occasion when there was more licence for kids to run a little wild, and we dashed frantically to and fro, trying even at this late stage to scavenge anything burnable
within reach and hurl it into the flames, anything to augment and prolong the burning.
But they were hampered early on by a lack of burnable
cigarettes of all types, pipes and cigars) and other burnable
material, and as the use of chewing tobacco and snuff.