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  • A Literature Review
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  • Polluation Prevention
    (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Cess Act; 1977, Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act; 1981, Environment (Protection) Act; 1986, Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules; 1989 (as amended in May 2003), Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules; 1989, Manufacture, Storage...
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  • A Review of the Sustainability Report of Jain Irrigation Systems Limited
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  • Biogas
    One type of biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as biomass, manure or sewage, municipal waste, green waste and energy crops[1]. This type of biogas comprises primarily methane and carbon dioxide. The other principal type of biogas is wood gas which...
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  • Enabling Technologies
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  • Ayurveda
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  • Green Banking
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  • Fermentation Studies of Glucose and Ethanol Tolerant Strains Isolated from Sugarcane Industry Waste; Molasses
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  • Mango Peel Floor Wax
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  • Solar Energy in Singapore
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  • Level of Compliance on Proper Garbage Disposal
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  • Science and Technology in the Human Development of China
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  • Hospital Engeneering Services
    engineering services in a hospital comprises of civil assets, electricity supply, water supply including plumbing and fittings, steam supply, central medical gases, air and clinical vacuum delivery system, air conditioning and refrigeration, lifts and dumb waiters, public health services, lightening protection...
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  • Consumer Law
    LAWS GOVERNING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS AND WASTES INTRODUCTION—Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Waste Handling Acts Radioactive material occurs naturally throughout the world in the form of heavy elements such as radium, uranium & thorium. To use them, they must be mined, milled, concentrated, enriched...
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  • Methods to Prepare Polymer Bitumen
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  • The Causes and Effects of Radiation
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  • Sanitation and Wastewater
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  • Anarobic Digestion
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