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The by-product or waste from nuclear fission reactions.

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SOUR WATER

Waste water containing malodorous materials, usually sulfur compounds.

INCINERATION AREA

An officially designated offshore area for the burning of chemical waste by specially equipped vessels. The depiction of incineration areas on charts (in conjunction with radio warnings) is necessary to insure that passing vessels do not mistake the burning of waste for a vessel on fire.

WASTE LUBRICATION

A system of lubrication in which the lubricant is delivered to a bearing surface by cloth waste or yarn.

ECONOMIZER

A series of tubes located in the path of flue gases. Feedwater is pumped through these tubes on its way to the boiler in order to absorb waste heat from the flue gas.

WASTE FUEL

Any by-product fuel that is waste from a manufacturing process.

HOG FUEL

Waste wood used for fuel consisting mostly of bark and wood particles.

INCINERATOR

A combustion chamber used to efficiently burn waste products. Also, in a gas processing plant, used to burn waste gases from the sulphur plant.

SANITARY LANDFILLING

The process of deposing of solid wastes in landfills by covering the waste with soil at the end of each day.

KERF

The slit left in a material after the waste has been removed by the saw's cut.

WASTE

1) Rubbish. 2) Cotton yarn used for cleaning. 3) To become underfed or worn
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