Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to scrap: scrape
References in periodicals archive ?
With radioactive sources hiding in some ferrous scrap supplies, this guide will help you select and use radiation detectors to protect your employees and operations.
Kevin borrowed money to start a small retail scrap business in a 3,000-square-foot portion of a building in Norcross, Ga.
As part of that effort, each issue of Aerospace Manufacturing and Design will include an insert entitled Scrap Management that has been designed to help provide plant managers at scrap-generating facilities with valuable insight on maximizing scrap value and proper scrap handling methods.
RMA's report, based upon a comprehensive survey of state scrap tire and solid waste officials and industry participants, says that 259 million of 299 million scrap tires generated in 2005 went to an end use market.
However, seeking out a few opinions is never a bad thing, and the recently held Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc.
rotor length, a large hopper opening and an expanded cutting chamber dimension to accommodate and process heavy purgings, reject part, spent distribution packaging, sheets, bulky scrap, film, dense end trims and pipe/profile.
The Coalition feels due to the inflated domestic costs resulting from high volumes of exported scrap, the government needs to impose limits on scrap exports and help reduce suppliers' surcharges.
Throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, Randy followed in his father's footsteps, using a series of newer and larger trucks to collect scrap to supplement his income.
The RMA ranked states by their overall performance in dealing with scrap tire issues and how states improved since the previous scrap tire report in 2003.
Weima has a new WL series of shredders for woven and non-woven scrap.