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With less sand to dispose of, a less expensive or more convenient option for waste disposal may exist.
Japan is likely to decide by next spring on a method to dispose of the shells, which mostly contain arsenic or picric acid, Hinata said.
Effective January 1, 1997, it provided that "whoever knowingly and willfully disposes of assets (including the transfer in trust) in order for an individual to become eligible for medical assistance under a State plan under title XIX, if disposing of the assets results in the imposition of a period of ineligibility for such assistance.
Bidding against other companies that proposed to dispose of the waste in the traditional manner, by mixing it with cement, GTS Duratek won the contract.
He said that additional number of vehicles are being deployed to dispose of more and more garbage.
Private clinics have two options, they can either dispose of their waste through the municipality's incinerator or they can use the services of a private company," said Hassan Al Taffaq, Head of Environmental Section at Sharjah Municipality.
A FARMER pleaded guilty to several charges of failing to dispose of animal by-products at a court hearing yesterday.
At the same time, Georgia residents and businesses are paying millions of dollars to dispose of the same kinds of materials," Mike Beatty, DCA commissioner, says.
It is safe to say that practically no one who has not been involved in a major lead paint abatement (as opposed to the paint and repair jobs that are now included under Local Law 38) would have any idea how to dispose of this waste generated from small repair jobs.
Compared to regular solid waste, it costs ten times as much to dispose of infectious waste and a hundred times more to get rid of hazardous waste.