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Relationships Related Term:  destruction disposition transfer n. ~ The transfer of records, especially noncurrent records, to their final state, either destruction or transfer to an archives. Notes: [..]
Source: www2.archivists.org

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1[uncountable] the act of getting rid of something a bomb disposal squad sewage disposal systems the disposal of nuclear waste2[countable] (business) the sale of part of a business, property, etc. The [..]
Source: oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com

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1620s, "power to make use of;" see dispose + -al (2); of waste material, from c. 1960, originally in medical use.
Source: etymonline.com

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the power to use something or someone; "used all the resources at his disposal" administration: a method of tending to or managing the affairs of a some group of people (espe [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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In some countries, such as the USA, this refers to where an application has been resolved by being withdrawn, rejected or granted. It can also have the connotation of being rejected only.
Source: ip-science.thomsonreuters.com

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In U.S. government archives, the destruction of noncurrent records that are no longer needed. Also used synonymously with disposition.
Source: abc-clio.com

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the act of getting rid of. This word is used to 'place in order' things we don't want, such as sewage, refuse, poisons. Ironically, all things we want to dispose of, are or have been at [..]
Source: seafriends.org.nz

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The National Archives authorises the disposal of Commonwealth records for the purposes of the Archives Act 1983, generally by issuing a records authority (RA), previously referred to as a records disp [..]
Source: naa.gov.au

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A general term applied to Radioactive Wastes which require disposal, for which there is no intention of recovery. In reality there may be circumstances where some capability for recovery is maintained (e.g. ILW wastes at UK nuclear power stations).
Source: ionactive.co.uk

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(n) the power to use something or someone(n) a method of tending to or managing the affairs of a some group of people (especially the group's business affairs)(n) the act or means of getting r [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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The removal of records from the organisation and their subsequent destruction or transfer to the State Records Office for permanent retention as state archives.
Source: det.wa.edu.au

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Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or [..]
Source: ct.gov

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Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or [..]
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or [..]
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

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Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions [..]
Source: ehso.com

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Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or [..]
Source: newh.org

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The discarding or destroying of liquid Waste Products or their transformation into something useful or innocuous.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Management, removal, and elimination of biologic, infectious, pathologic, and Dental Waste. The concept includes Blood, Mucus, Tissue removed at Surgery or Autopsy, soiled surgical dressings, and othe [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The discarding or destroying of Garbage, Sewage, or other waste matter or its transformation into something useful or innocuous.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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In this guide, getting rid of waste by discarding it into a bin and, when it is collected, by incincerating it or sending it to landfill.
Source: epa.ie

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Any event, act, forbearance or operation of law which results in a creation, variation, transfer or extinction of an asset (e.g. sale or transfer).
Source: sars.gov.za

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¬†‚Äď Method of final clearance of biosolids that does not provide any beneficial use, for example disposal of biosolids to landfill.
Source: biosolids.com.au

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The act of disbursing assets no longer in use.
Source: ecpmedia.com

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Final placement or destruction of wastes.
Source: bdma.org.uk

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a disposing of or getting rid of something, as in the disposal of waste material.
Source: wef.org

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See Destruction.
Source: sos.mo.gov

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In Ontario, disposal refers to the final destination of waste to landfill. Other examples of disposal (not counting towards diversion rates in Ontario) include incineration (with or without energy recovery), pyrolysis, and gasification. 
Source: wdo.ca

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The process of redistributing, transferring, donating, selling, abandoning, destroying, or other disposition of Government‚Äźowned personal property.
Source: commons.lbl.gov

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In a records and archives environment, the actions taken to fulfil the requirements outlined in appraisal reports and retention and disposal schedules to retain, destroy or transfer records. Note: tha [..]
Source: sos.mt.gov

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Disposition of excess personal property through redistribution, transfer, sale, grant-in-aid, donation, abandonment, or destruction (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapters 518, 536).
Source: developmentwork.net

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Procedures which are related with some activities such as temporarily gathering at houses and places, collecting from these places, transporting to final station and appraising for saving of matter an [..]
Source: web.deu.edu.tr

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The discharge, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leaking, or placing of any solid waste or hazardous waste into the environment (land, surface water, ground water, and air).
Source: green-networld.com

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The emplacement of waste in a suitable facility without intent to retrieve it. (Retrieval may be possible but, if intended, the appropriate term is storage.) DMTR
Source: ukinventory.nda.gov.uk


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