• Jain Irrigation Systems
    model bio gas based power generation Plant with an initial capacity of 1.5 MW and they also have plans to expand it to 25 MW which will make the Jalgaon facilities self‐sufficient on the energy front. The domestic sewage and process effluents including solid waste generated at the food processing...
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  • Biogas
    manure in a retort in a vacuum and collected biogas. He was not interested in the gas but rather rotten or not rotten manure (from Tietjen C 1975 "From biodung to biogas - a historical review of European experience"  pp 207-260 in "Energy, Agriculture and Waste Management", Chawla 1986, Ann Arbour...
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  • Our Intentions
    transform bio-wastes into vermifertilizer from the research orientation as well as large scale production points. To meet this goal, we will pursue several specific objectives. First, we will perform a thorough review of the traditional sectors and the modern sectors of the agriculture in rural...
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  • Incorporating Reverse Supply Chain in the Poultry Process of Bangladesh
    , researcher has chosen this area based on particular case industry to observe whether proper supply chain process can protect and improve the environment. The objectives of this paper are twofold. First, it offers a literature review on environment sustainability and RSC issues. Second, it develops input...
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  • Solar Energy in Singapore
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  • Consumer Law
    ALARA principle), economic & social factors being taken into account. Source: F.G.T. Holliday (Chairman), Review of the Disposal of Radioactive Waste in the North East Atlantic, London: HMSO, 1984. P50. • There is some dissension regarding the makeup of the International Commission on...
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  • Fermentation Studies of Glucose and Ethanol Tolerant Strains Isolated from Sugarcane Industry Waste; Molasses
    residues such as corn stover (corn cobs and stalks), sugarcane waste, wheat, or rice straw, forestry a paper mill wastes, and dedicated energy crops are the major biomass resources considered for the production of fuel ethanol. Most bio-ethanol in India is produced from the molasses left over from the...
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  • Sanitation and Wastewater
    and Recommendations 51 11.0 CONCLUSIONS and RECOMMENDATIONS 51 Conclusions: 51 Recommendations: 52 References 55 Annex I - Internet Resources 65 Annex II - Reviewed Projects in Waste Management (1974 - 1997) 66 Annex III - Technological Advances Identified in IDRC Project Review 71...
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  • The Causes and Effects of Radiation
    …………………………………………..……. 8 II. Review of Related Literature a. Review of Related Literature ……………………...……...……..... 9-14 b. Definition of Terms …………………………………...…..……..…. 14-17 III. Presentation and Analysis of Data …………………………….……..… 18-21 IV. Summary and Conclusions and Recommendation a...
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  • Hospital Engeneering Services
    superintendent. Adequate supervisory and other staff in all branches, including the civil, mechanical, electrical and plumbing section, should be available to attend to problems round the clock. Bio-medical Engineering section should have a qualified and experienced bio-medical engineer (diploma in...
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  • JSB Market Research : Polylactic Acid (PLA) Market in Packaging, Textile, Agriculture, Transportation, Bio-Medical, Electronics and Others
    Polylactic Acid (PLA) Market in Packaging, Textile, Agriculture, Transportation, Bio-Medical, Electronics and Others - Global Industry Size, Company Share, Growth, Trends, Strategic Analysis and Forecast, 2012 - 2020 Released On 15 th July 2014 Polylactic Acid (PLA) is thermoplastic...
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  • Polluation Prevention
    , Chemical Accidents (Emergency, Planning, Preparedness and Response) Rules; 1996, Bio-Medical Waste (Management & Handling) Rules; 1998, Recycled Plastics Manufacture & Usage Rules; 1999 and Maharashtra Bio- Degradable Garbage (Control) Ordinance; 2006, Noise Pollution (Regulation & Control) Rules...
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  • Bio Cutting Fluids
    this review, the applicability of bio-cutting fluids in machining of various metals has been undertaken. The study focuses on the evolution of vegetable oils as cutting fluids in manufacturing sector, particularly, metal cutting and metal forming. The advantages of these metal working fluids and...
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  • Science and Technology in the Human Development of China
    and creating a competitive position for its farmers in international agricultural markets. Despite the growing debate worldwide on GM crops, our review of the literature shows that China has developed and is beginning to disseminate a wide array of agricultural biotechnology products since the mid...
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  • Solid Waste Management
    municipal waste). Since two systematic reviews were already available for toxic wastes [4,11], we did not replicate the literature search, but summarized the evidence reported in the available reviews and tried to compare and discuss the results with studies where mainly municipal solid wastes were land...
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  • The Level of Waste Management Practices in the Selected Public School in Cebu City: Proposed Improvement
    Letter, Research Instrument, Timetable of Activities and the Program Budget. The Curriculum Vitae of each member follows. CHAPTER 2 THEORETICAL BACKGROUND Review of Related Literature Books As far back as 8,000 to 9,000 B.C., people learned to dispose of their waste outside their own...
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  • Mango Peel Floor Wax
    waste that came from mango peels. It does not involve comparison between the mango peel floor wax and the commercial one. F. REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE The term “wax” has been used for over a century in the floor maintenance industry, although it is now somewhat of a misnomer. Its...
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  • A Lead Generation Process of Medical Equipments
    low technology products (like surgical textiles and other medical supplies), whereas the demand for high technology devices is met predominantly by imports. 1.2 LITERATURE REVIEW: Lead generation (commonly abbreviated as lead-gen) is a marketing term that refers to the creation or generation of...
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  • Iphs Standards for 100 Bedded Hospital
    Building 14. Quality Assurance in Services 15. Rogi Kalyan Samities / Hospital Management Committee 16. Citizen’s Charter Annexure – I: Guidelines for Bio-Medical Waste Management Annexure – II: Reference Laboratory Networks List of Abbreviations References 3 4 4 4 5 5 26 36 39 52 55 56 67 67 68 68 78...
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  • Intersting Article I Read on Grounded Research- Not My Work
    greater demand for qualitative research from the health (Greenhalgh & Taylor, 1997), health service research ethics and public health fields presents a particular challenge as this new audience comes from a predominately positivist, bio-medical standpoint. This may mean 801 Literature—what has been...
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