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Priorities put forward to improve the look and feel of the coast include a major exercise to landscape and screen off caravan parks to "reduce their visual impact".
Auto-power off keeps energy waste to a minimum, switching the screen off if the X Mark I Print isn't used for 30 seconds, while the whole unit powers down after seven minutes of non-use.
The aim of the dam structure is to make room for the tracks of a new railway bypass around the city centre and screen off industrial activities from the railway area.
ALTHOUGH a great shame, I wholeheartedly agree with the decision to switch the big screen off.
Forensic experts were also at the scene and sheeting was used to screen off an area beside the brook which runs through the ground.
Forensic experts were also at the scene and plastic sheeting was used to screen off an area beside the brook which runs through the ground.
C&D recyclers are beginning to realize that slow-speed, primary-reduction equipment enables them to accept expanded volumes of mixed C&D material, screen off fines, remove metals, recover valuable commodities and send cleaner material on to their grinding equipment, she says.
C&D recyclers are beginning to realize that slow-speed, primary reduction equipment enables them to accept expanded volumes of mixed C&D material, screen off fines, remove metals, recover valuable commodities and send cleaner material on to their grinding equipment, she says.