MTPD

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AcronymDefinition
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MTPDMetric Tons Per Day
MTPDMetro Transit Police Department (Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority)
MTPDMatsushita Toshiba Picture Display
MTPDMean Trabecular Plate Density (osteoporosis assessment)
MTPDMaximum Tolerable Period of Disruption
MTPDMetro Toronto Police Department (now Toronto Police Service; Canada)
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Industrial gases company Praxair (NYSE:PX) reported the official start-up of the first of two 1,250 metric tons per day air separation units at Steel Authority of India (SAIL) located in Bhilai, India.
These newly acquired permits allow Pembina to process 150 metric tons per day as they gear up the exploration and production.
A single-train process plant is currently planned for installation, with a nominal capacity of 1,060 metric tons per day of ammonium nitrate.
In addition to technology licensing, KBR is providing engineering services to increase the capacity of each ammonia plant to 1,890 metric tons per day (MTPD) and to reduce overall energy consumption at the plants.
The facility, with two deinking pulp lines, has a capacity of 400 metric tons per day.
Slated for startup in 2005, the machine will have a production capacity of 240 metric tons per day using 100% virgin fibers of pure pulp.
The company's combined freezing capacity amounts to 250 metric tons per day.
Initially, plant capacity will be 150 metric tons per day, according to a Kruger Pulp and Paper Sales spokesman.
The phosphate processing plant will be designed for a capacity of 55,000 metric tons per day (mt/d), to produce 3 million mt/year (mt/y) of phosphate rock concentrate, grading 38.
The integrated solid waste management (ISWM) facility accepted by the Quezon City (QC) government will be capable of processing and converting up to 3,000 metric tons per day of the city's municipal solid waste into 42 megawatts of renewable energy, enough to power between 60,000 to 90,000 homes.
The steam reformer heater, based on Amec Foster Wheelers Terrace Wall design, will be operating as the primary reformer in the ammonia production unit, having a capacity of 250 metric tons per day (m.