Residues

By-products from processing all forms of biomass that have significant energy potential. For example, making solid wood products and pulp from logs produces bark, shavings and sawdust, and spent pulping liquors. Because these residues are already collected at the point of processing, they can be convenient and relatively inexpensive sources of biom...
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Residues

Secondary metal-containing materials that require smelting to recover the metal, as distinct from scrap which may only require melting and blending.
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Residues

Secondary metal-containing materials that require smelting to recover the metal, as distinct from scrap which may only require melting and blending.
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Residues

the very small amounts of pesticides that can remain in a crop after harvesting or storage and make their way into the food chain
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