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Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
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In this process, a water-soluble fire retardant is mixed with the wood chips at the time of refining, achieving an effect similar to impregnation.
Huber Corporation, has been a supplier of fire retardant additives for over 30 years.
Alkyl amine acid phosphate (EDAP) is an effective, efficient fire retardant in hydrocarbon polymers (U.
The fire retardant was diluted by water to prepare 5, 10, 20, 25, and 30 percent solutions.
If a wildfire threatens the home, a "Rapid Response" truck will be automatically dispatched to apply fire retardant to all combustible areas on the property, including landscaping.
HOUSTON -- After extensive testing for product compatibility and fire resistance, Flame Seal's Wood Seal fire retardant will be marketed and distributed to log-home owners, manufacturers and builders by Logfinish.
Forest Service primarily contracts for fire retardant with two companies, Fire-Trol Holdings, LLC and Astaris, LLC.
And, following health and safety regulations, the thatched roof was treated with fire retardant and equipped with sprinklers.
He says they're a perfect fit for anyone needing a quality blanket that's also fire retardant.
has introduced FireGuard(R), an original and highly effective fire retardant designed specifically for use on Christmas trees, holiday wreaths and other evergreen arrangements.
hereafter Illumination) a developer and manufacturer of fire retardant fabrics for home and commercial use.