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Dryer Vent Wizard, Dry Clothes, Safe Homes was founded in 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts by David Lavalle as a solution to dryers running inefficiently or not at all due to lint accumulation in the dryer vent.
Ineffectively prioritizing and inefficiently allocating resources to deal with risk.
And, because utilities may also bill a surcharge for consuming energy inefficiently below a minimum power factor level (typically caused by large motor loads), an EEM system can intelligently control capacitor banks to correct low power factor and again avoid penalties.
Many of the enteric viruses of public health concern in drinking water are not culturable, or are cultured only with difficulty and inefficiently in host cells, so other methods have been sought to detect them in water samples.
And they did so with an inefficiently organized, decentralized government still dominated at most levels by a landed class limited in both vision and experience, armed with a set of ideological paradigms that for the most part were either irrelevant or appalling.
On the subject of MRSA, I have never read of a private hospital reporting a case of MRSA so this goes to prove that the NHS is being run inefficiently by the Government.
But we had made mistakes in the placement of equipment and allocation of storage space, mistakes that were causing us to work inefficiently and tie up materials.
No matter how inefficiently it delivers services, it will publicly celebrate its putative successes and ignore the tax cost to businesses.
1) In evaluating the merits of a formal loss-transfer mechanism (including its potential short-term revenue effect) in the legislation, the government should bear in mind that a formal system will simplify or obviate entirely many transactions that are carried out routinely, though inefficiently, today.
Other researchers have reported that water hinders the diffusion of volatile organic compounds in concrete and soil, which parallels Kozliak's finding that aqueous solutions of bacteria inefficiently degraded hydrocarbons.
A fundamental review of existing programs and operations can create the necessary fiscal flexibility by weeding out out-dated, poorly targeted, or inefficiently designed and managed programs.