Bovaird & Co. obtains United States patent.
Bovaird & Co. (Tulsa, OK) has patented a method of managing organic waste and an organic waste management system. The method includes the steps of receiving organic waste liquids and solids in a collection vessel, such as a grease grease, mixture of lubricant and thickener. It is used to reduce friction between surfaces from which oils would leak away or cause damage by dripping, or where lubrication must be assured for extended periods. Many greases are mixtures of mineral oil and soap. trap. The dissolved oxygen is monitored, the pH level is monitored, the flow is monitored, and the temperate temperate /tem·per·ate/ (tem´per-at) restrained; characterized by moderation; as a temperate bacteriophage, which infects but does not lyse its host.
adj. of the organic waste liquids and solids in the collection vessel are all monitored and data is generated therefrom there·from
From that place, time, or thing.
Adv. 1. therefrom - from that circumstance or source; "atomic formulas and all compounds thence constructible"- W.V. . Enzymes and bacteria are generated/supplied and delivered along with other reagents to the collection vessel in response to the data. In addition, dissolved oxygen, air, or equivalent is applied to the collection vessel in response to the data so that the organic waste liquids and solids are degraded de·grad·ed
1. Reduced in rank, dignity, or esteem.
2. Having been corrupted or depraved.
3. Having been reduced in quality or value. . (US 7,288,187)