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by-product

a product which results from a common production process but which is secondary to the main product being produced from that process. The refining of crude oil to produce petrol, for example, also produces by-products such as tar and creosote. See BY-PRODUCT PRICING, PROCESS PRODUCTION.

by-product

a product that is secondary to the main product emerging from a production process. For example, the refining of crude oil to produce petroleum generates a range of by-products like bitumen, naptha and creosote.
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Moto Perpetuo Farm assured that the pigs don't get high as THC would need to undergo a process of change in order for it to be psychoactive, and the pigs are merely being fed marijuana byproducts.
As for the castor byproduct, it presented the lowest rate of degradability, which may be associated to the high content of fiber and lignin in its composition.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) will grant Petron Corporation a permit to transport limestone byproducts of its oil refining activities out of its sprawling production complex in Limay, Bataan to put to rest complaints by nearby illegal settlers about supposed ill effects on their health caused by the powdery substance.
The select foundry byproduct material met state and federal regulatory design standards and retained the desired engineering properties.
"It is made from 100% pure cacao fruit and is the first time since rum that a byproduct has become a main spirit ingredient." Solbeso is available in 750-ml bottles with a suggested retail price of $39.99.
A related bill would shield businesses or people who store byproducts with beneficial uses from legal liability if they follow rules pertaining to shipping and storage.
Condensed tannins in the lentil byproduct were assayed in accordance with the butanol-HCl method of Makkar [8].
The byproduct used in Ice Ban can come from brewing, distillation, wine making or even processing logs to make paper, Mr.
"The implications of these new developments are enormous for an industry that has historically generated upwards of 60 percent byproduct," says Cindy White, CRG president.
Many animal lovers suggest avoiding meat "byproducts" or "byproduct meals." This is the stuff that ends up in pet foods because it's considered unfit for human consumption.
CME creates futures contract for ethanol byproduct: CME Group plans in April to begin trading a futures contract for distillers' dried grain, a corn-ethanol byproduct used as animal feed.