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|The book is nothing less than an exhumation of one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era: how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water and ...|
|Theseinstallations canbe comparable insizeto somefossil power plants. Typical |
examples include large petroleum refineries and chemical processing plants. In
somecases, a waste byproduct of anindustrial process can beusedasa fuel ...
|Power Generation, Transmission, Application and Their Attendant Services in All |
the Industries ... per day ... The gases from the byproduct producers can be used
for the generation of steam under boilers and this steam used in turbines for the ...
|In ordinary times the fuel item represents from 70 to 75 per cent, of the total cost |
of generated power. ... Early in 1915, the Koppers Co., of Pittsburgh, which at that
time was building a large number of byproduct coke plants, and in connection ...
|The byproduct gases are generated in the iron and steel making process as |
byproducts, and are used as important ... or shortage of byproduct gases can be
adjusted by changing the supply of byproduct gases from gas holders to power
|MAN: How much of this do you attribute to a conspiracy theory, and how much |
would you say is just a byproduct ofcapitalnearsightedness and a shared interest
in holding on to power? Well, this term “conspiracy theory” is kindof aninteresting
|Producers may not separate stockpiles of different byproducts from the same |
process (e.g., power plants). This is possibly a financial ... need to understand the
original materials and processes that produce the byproduct. Byproduct suppliers
|Equipment manufacturers, consulting engineers and plant power engineers have |
joined forces to attack their common problem from three directions: (1) Investigate
and develop more efficient sources of year-round byproduct power.
|Sugar crops produce byproducts, such as bagasse, whereas starchy crops |
produce residues that can be used as feed. The bagasse is burned to power the
factory and can be used to produce surplus electricity when high-pressure boilers
|"Self-understanding is not just a byproduct of intercultural experience; it is the |
crucial tool of ethnography" (1994, 211). Kracke is aware of a potential danger in
assuming that the ethnographer's transferences necessarily describe and reflect