And if you did the same thing with waste product from homes, factories, and offices it could make a massive difference.
You take the waste product in fields, turn it into charcoal and plow it back into the fields again.
The support that renders the industrial home possible is the waste product of the city.
She was looking at the skin which he thought of only as waste product.
In the early days of gas manufacture this black, viscid, unsavoury substance was in every sense a waste product.
Drunkenness and an iron social system manufactured the criminal, the wastrel, the lunatic, and we dealt with the waste product.
Coal tar, for many years, was the waste product of gas making.
In the process of starch-making, oxygen might be considered the waste product.
Moreover, it does away with a waste product that otherwise would accumulate.
The size of the waste product demands a diagnosis of the facts.
waste product n.
Useless or worthless debris produced during or as a result of an activity or other process.
Organic waste matter such as urine, feces, or dead cells.
|waste product |
An unusable or unwanted substance or material produced during or as a result of a process, such as metabolism or manufacturing.