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Hallbauer continued, "The improved financial results in the second quarter were a result of increased copper production and decreased operating costs per pound.
Depending upon the size of the equipment, the operating costs can vary from facility to facility," Pfeffer adds.
The DSM program provides project installation services that improve energy efficiency, often resulting in reduced operating costs.
topped the list, which ranked cities according to the average annual operating costs of a local business, the city's cost of living index, building permit growth, underemployment rate change and crime rate per 100,000 people.
Another problem is that contamination is common in most systems, which shortens the life of components, creates off quality and downtime, and increases operating costs.
By contrast, leading gas field operators achieved average operating costs of 35 cents per Mcf.
A DOAS, on the other hand, provides only the amount of outside air needed for each space, thus reducing the operating costs.
The rate change also accounts for future increases in CLWA operating costs, officials said.
The value of all meals provided at an employer-operated eating facility will be deemed to equal 150% of the facility's direct operating costs.
SAP is unique in its ability to consolidate e-business solutions onto one database, which can dramatically lower the operating costs for companies fully embracing e-business.
If regulations allow you to keep or update your wet system by making simple, less costly modifications, you might want to bite the bullet on operating costs.

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