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an input (e.g. raw material, people, machinery) which is combined with other inputs to supply a good or service.
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Target: HEBioT renewable resource recovery facility located in Martinsburg, West Virginia/26.8% stake
Let K = {1,...,NR} be the set of renewable resources. Each activity j (j = 1,...,n+1) has a fixed duration [d.sub.j] and requires [r.sub.jk] units of renewable resource k (k [member of] K) for each unit of time over its duration.
Many thriving and influential entities and local governments, primarily outside of Arkansas, are generating renewable resources onsite as well as net metering, and a fair and equitable net metering and distributed generation policy would benefit not just Pulaski County but the whole state.
Bridge Bank has announced the appointment of Michael Bachrodt as business line manager in its Renewable Resource Group based out of San Jose.
There is a need to find materials from renewable resources rather than the usual nonrenewable petroleum resources.
In all other cases women are a minority, their greatest representation being in the Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee (3/9), the Yukon Land Use Planning Council (1/3), Carmacks Renewable Resource Council (2/6), the Northwest Territories Environmental Impact Review Board (2/6), and the Sahtu Renewal Resources Board (2/6), in which women represent 33% of their respective board memberships.
This efficient renewable resource transformation is not a technical problem.
Renewable resources include 200,000 acres of cultivated land, a sizeable chunk of the reservation's land mass, livestock producers, wind, fish and wildlife, forestry and water.
The CEO of Terra-Gen, Jim Pagano, believes that "GIP's experience in the power sector will be invaluable as we implement our business plan, prioritizing construction and development of the most productive renewable resources available."
They are now registered in the NAPIM (National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers) BioDerived Renewable Resource (BRC) certification program, so printers running environmentally-friendly EcoTech inks can utilize the official BRC label, which also indicates the percentage of renewable resource material content.
Wind is currently our biggest renewable resource, accounting for 60 per cent of the renewable electricity generated.
Sumner challenged the glass manufacturer Images in Tile, whose PR firm is located in Sarasota, to come up with the solution for her proposal that "celebrates bamboo as a renewable resource." That's in keeping with the Whole Foods philosophy of using renewable resources in their stores.

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