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Spoil

Spoil or spoils:

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Pipe Ramming
... Spoil removal from the pipe can be done after the entire pipe is in place (shorter installations) ... If the pipe containing the spoil becomes too heavy before the installation is complete, the ramming can be interrupted and the pipe cleaned (longer installations) ... Spoil can be removed by auger, compressed air or water jetting ...
Legacy Way - Construction - Spoil
... Spoil created from the excavation earthworks is being deposited at the Mount Coot-tha Quarry ... Spoil Handling Criterion Project Impact Total spoil 1,235,000 Spoil via conveyor to Mt Coot-Tha Quarry 932,000 Disposal site Rudd Street, Oxley Haulage route M5, onto M7, onto Ipswich Road, Darra, onto ... Spoil by truck 303,000 Haulage hours Standard construction hours 630am to 630pm Monday to Saturday ...
Spoil Tip - Re-use
... Several techniques of re-utilising the spoil tips exist, usuallly including either geotechniques or recycling ... Most commonly, old spoil tips are partially revegetated to provide valuable green spaces since they are inappropriate for building purposes ... If spoil tips are considered to contain sufficient amounts of residual material, various methods are employed to remove the spoil from the site for subsequent processing ...
Spoil Tip
... A spoil tip (also called a boney pile, gob pile, bing, batch or pit heap) is a pile built of accumulated spoil - the overburden or other waste rock removed during coal and ore mining ... Spoil tips are not formed of slag, but in some areas they are referred to as slag heaps ... The term "spoil" is also used to refer to material removed when digging a foundation, tunnel, or other large excavation ...
Spoil - See Also
... Spoil tip Spoilage see decomposition Spoiler (disambiguation). ...

More definitions of "spoil":

  • (verb): Become unfit for consumption or use.
    Synonyms: go bad
  • (noun): The act of spoiling something by causing damage to it.
    Synonyms: spoiling, spoilage
  • (verb): Alter from the original.
    Synonyms: corrupt
  • (noun): (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war).
    Example: "To the victor belong the spoils of the enemy"
  • (verb): Have a strong desire or urge to do something.
    Synonyms: itch

Famous quotes containing the word spoil:

    Ask a wise man to dinner and he’ll upset everyone by his gloomy silence or tiresome questions. Invite him to a dance and you’ll have a camel prancing about. Haul him off to a public entertainment and his face will be enough to spoil the people’s entertainment.
    Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466–1536)

    You see how this House of Commons has begun to verify all the ill prophecies that were made of it—low, vulgar, meddling with everything, assuming universal competency, and flattering every base passion—and sneering at everything noble refined and truly national. The direct tyranny will come on by and by, after it shall have gratified the multitude with the spoil and ruin of the old institutions of the land.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)

    Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our
    vines have tender grapes.
    —Bible: Hebrew The Song of Solomon (l. II, 15)