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  • n. Plural form of re-use.
  • n. Plural form of re-use.


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  • Therefore, approved beneficial re-uses, which could include putting this stuff in roads or concrete, there would be no regulation at all.

    Coal Ash Waste Dusts Neighborhoods

  • The clever concept is economical and not only cuts down on manufacturing costs and energy waste, but also re-uses materials that are already on the road to being tossed away.

    Kristi Bernick | Inhabitat

  • They're watered by an irrigation system that shrewdly re-uses gray water from the tower's air conditioning.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • Halo Wars re-uses weapon sound effects from earlier Halo games with the aim of capitalizing on our history and experiences with them.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • I think the thing that I like most about it is that it not only re-uses existing tools, it fits with how people already work.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The event will build off of the work from the Waterfront and Economic Development Committee of CB9 on potential re-uses of the site and a successful Community Forum co-led by WEACT and CB9 in November of 2009.

    Community Planning Meeting For 135th Street Trash Station «

  • Some potential re-uses for the site are a restaurant that supports a pilot aquafarm and/or hydroponic program, a green roof/green wall manufacturer, a small Trade show & Multi-purpose exhibition space for artists, local entrepreneurs & others, an ecology center that can support an educational & eco-tourism program a sailing/kayaking recreational program for neighborhood families.

    Community Planning Meeting For 135th Street Trash Station «

  • Others on their Web sites describe creative re-uses of rejection letters, such as wallpaper and Christmas wrapping paper, or their responses to those who rejected them.

    Daniel Grant: A Problem All Artists Face: Dealing with Rejection

  • Too bad this kind of recycling is not yet widely available, since cork can be put to a lot of wonderful re-uses, such as the production of flooring tiles, building insulation, and my favorite: the giant bulletin board where I post my never-ending inspiration and resources for these articles.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Can I Recycle Wine Corks?

  • Consensus does need to be reached in regards to numerous aspects of water that range from monitoring and measurement to urban and rural conservation to efficient uses and re-uses of water to new sources for supply to reduction of evaporation losses to water quality concerns to ecological restoration.

    Regional Water Planning and California Water Crises


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