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Washup

In printing, to clean one ink color from a printer in preparation of loading another.
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The Laundry WashUp project always seeks donations of quarters (rolls of $10) as well as liquid detergent, bleach, fabric softener and laundry bags.
It has improved makeready; washup is faster and print quality is excellent," he reports.
According to MAN, the press's design anticipates stricter environmental regulation and requires minimal washup.
When I first moved here, residents were showered three times a week with washups done in between.
During the beach debris washups of 1987 and 1988, the media focus on medical wastes discouraged many tourists, while beach attendance and boating/fishing activities declined.
Even when parents take precautions such as sealing off the work area and doing daily washups, children's blood-lead levels are likely to rise, sometimes dramatically.
and regulated medical waste is about 15% of the medical waste stream, the concern about this waste and how to dispose of it is receiving increasing public and legislative attention due to misguided reactions to beach washups and infectious diseases such as AIDS.
Improved surface consistency of Klafold resulted in fewer washups on the printing press and more vivid graphics, giving the Snackworks boxes a new and improved look that contributed to better consumer interaction with the product on the retail shelf.
Your range should also provide for different tastes, such as those who prefer to use disposable cleaning products, but never forget the basics--like Spontex Washups.
Your hospital administrator wants you to investigate an allegation that your laboratory is responsible for medical waste washups.
expand(ed) the state of knowledge about medical waste generation, management and disposal, encouraging innovation in treatment technologies, reevaluation of home health care waste management, reduction of the severity of beach washups and the contribution to program development in noncovered states.