Processing Plant

Some articles on processing plant, plant, processing:

Foster Farms (poultry Company) - History - The 1980s
... In November 1989, Foster Farms obtained a turkey processing plant in Fresno, California, from Roxford Foods ... The turkey processing plant was converted into a chicken processing plant, where new equipment was added, enabling the plant to process 80 million more chickens a year ... In response, the company invited the media to visit its processing centers so that customers could see that Foster Farms chickens were not harmful ...
Mining Industry Of Ghana - Commodities - Gold
... The designed capacity of the processing plant was 2.1 million metric tons per year (Mt/yr) ... In 2005 gold production at the Bibiani Mine came from the processing of ore from the mine’s remaining pits, stockpiled ore, and tailings ... mine, was reopened in 1998 as an open pit mine with a carbon-in-leach (CIL) plant ...
Port Richmond, Staten Island - History - Transportation Hub
... Among the industries established in the area was the only whale oil processing plant on Staten Island ... It was later replaced by a linseed oil processing plant that operated until the 20th century ... included lumber and coal yards, as a dye processing plant ...
Coronet Industries
... is a chemical company that operated a plant converting phosphate to animal feed located in Hillsborough County just four miles outside of Plant City, Florida ... The plant operated for almost 100 years under several corporate ownerships before closing in March 2004 in the midst of an investigation by the United States ... The processing plant near Plant City was constructed and began mining operations in 1908 ...
The Host (The X-Files) - Plot
... Mulder visits a sewage processing plant and finds a large humanoid with a fluke-like mouth ... Mulder and Scully meet at the processing plant and they look at the strange, fluke-like man ... The flukeman is brought back to the processing plant ...

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