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The objective of the above inspection was to review the condition of production facilities - coke oven batteries, service machines, by-product units, quenching systems, coal and coke handling facilities - with regard to process performance and environmental impact to assess the current situation and provide recommendations for maintenance and repair, identify the optimization potential and additional environmental protection measures.
"We expect by-products to represent a significant - and unique - opportunity for Piedmont, and I would note that in our Scoping Study dated September 12, 2018 the by-product credits effectively reduced our cash production costs of lithium hydroxide by more than US$750/t, and we expect a similar impact in our study update due next week."
Following is a reconciliation of adjusted EBITDA to Net Income attributable to SCC and Operating Cash Cost before by-product revenues and Operating Cash Cost net of by-product revenues to their more comparable GAAP measure:
Corn gluten feed is a by-product of the processing of corn, after the extraction of starch, gluten, and germ (Tacon et al., 2009).
The chemical composition in the by-products of brown seaweed, seaweed fusiforme, fermented brown seaweed and fermented seaweed fusiforme Treatment Chemical composition (% DM) BS FBS SF FSF Crude protein 17.38 18.41 18.41 20.04 Crude fat 0.57 0.85 0.11 0.12 Carbohydrate (1) 29.84 45.13 40.73 49.20 Crude ash 28.42 20.22 16.63 15.04 Ca 0.93 1.27 0.87 0.93 P 0.28 0.37 0.11 0.12 Fe 0.59 0.98 1.43 0.16 Zn 0.24 0.31 0.15 0.17 Mg 0.69 0.01 0.01 0.01 K 0.63 0.41 0.32 0.36 Na 0.72 0.55 0.16 0.22 DM, dry matter; BS, brown seaweed by-product; FBS, fermented brown seaweed by-product; SF, seaweed fusiforme by-product; FSF, fermented seaweed fusiforme by-product.
These include a project with The University of Queensland's School of Agriculture and Food Sciences to investigate combining bauxite residue with agricultural and domestic wastes to create a soil for greening and other uses in the UAE, and work the European research and technology organisation VITO to assess the viability of using bauxite residue, an industrial by-product, in large volume construction materials.
The following steps were taken to obtain the fish by-product meal: collection (fish waste: leftovers, viscera, fins and head) obtained from the main species commercialized in the Northern region; selection of the material, remaining only viscera and discarding decomposing material; cooking the material at 62[degrees]C; oven drying at 65[degrees]C for 72 hours; and finally grinding the material.
Hypothesis: The reaction conducted on benzaldehydes with electron-withdrawing substituents may produce lower yields of the by-products (substituted N,N-dibenzyl-N-methylamines) and higher yields of the main products, substituted N-benzyl-N-methylformamides.
cellulac says its cutting-edge technology is able to take this by-product and convert it into lactic acid which can be used in the production of bioplastics as well as other industrial chemicals.
''The perverse incentives of large ad budgets have created a web that is optimised for the by-product''
A team of food scientists from University of Novi Sad in Serbia and Guelph Food Research Centre in Canada found that hemp flour, a by-product of cold-pressed hemp oil, in combination with decaffeinated green tea leaves could be used to develop a gluten-free snack cracker with functional properties.