toxic waste


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n toxic waste poisonous waste materials; can cause injury (especially by chemical means)
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  • David Bissonette
    David Bissonette
    “I recently read that love is entirely a matter of chemistry. That must be why my wife treats me like toxic waste.”


In news:

Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge is not safe to eat.
Circle City Marketing and Distributing doing business as Candy Dynamics, Indianapolis, IN, is issuing a voluntary recall of all Toxic Waste ® brand Nuclear Sludge® Chew Bars, all flavors, Net wt.
Cancer cluster raises questions about legacy of toxic waste in Utah soil.
Fabric Destroys Toxic Waste .
That won't do at all: if the market gets wind that no one actually wants the toxic waste lying around on your books, the show could be over.
Military Veterans Worry About Exposure to Toxic Waste .
4 million pounds of toxic waste .
A nano janitor for toxic waste .
City Council Voices Opposition To Toxic Waste Storage.
Digital conversion may spark glut of toxic waste .
'The Hills Have Eyes': Avoid this one like a toxic-waste dump.
Toxic Waste Taints a Jewel of New Jersey's Parks System.
When Yesterday's Clean Fill Is Today's Toxic Waste .
Quick Fixes Won't Solve Toxic-Waste Problem.
Zapping Safety Into Toxic Waste .

In science:

As mentioned before, electronic waste contains many toxic substances which need to be properly disposed of.
Modern consumerism and the waste problem
This means that decomposing of the waste has to be performed in appropriately equipped recycling facilities where the individual component materials of the waste can be separated from each other in a safe manner such that workers are never exposed to toxic fumes or liquids.
Modern consumerism and the waste problem
With the help of this ranking and the included guide, consumers can easily assess manufacturers environmental efforts and with the decision for greener companies help making a choice to reduce the amount of toxic electronic waste being produced.
Modern consumerism and the waste problem