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The report, titled "2005 Report on Post Consumer PET Container Recycling Activity," is available on the NAPCOR and APR Web sites at www.
Webbing is an undesired fold of plastic that forms on the inside of a container when two relatively unrestricted sections of the parison expand and then meet in the constrained section.
Loaded at the Danish port of Aarhus in July, the specially marked container docked at the most-western Great Lakes port on Aug.
In a 15-gallon container, after your prized specimen has reached the maximum size that you want it to grow, keep it there by removing it from its container every year or two and cutting away one-third of the root ball, from the sides and bottom, just before spring growth resumes.
However, containers held past their "free time" begin racking up detention fees of $9 to $85 per container per day.
The "roller" rolls backward because of the following sequence: As the container moves forward, the rubber band untwists, Some of the stored energy gets converted into energy of motion.
So while an ongoing test of a private sector security system with Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association Ltd.
Since predicting the scope of a humanitarian aid crisis is impossible, stocks of container delivery system (CDS) components used in the relief efforts were greatly depleted.
Always use the same container that came with the item or its replacement.
But the Fort Lauderdale port is boldly trying to expand its container traffic, now a fraction of its business.
The Plaza[TM] Confidential Document Container has a 50-gallon capacity, and its aesthetic design permits it to be placed in any public area.
Usually, bales were stacked above the top of the container by the robot.