• (a) waste of resources
  • 資源のむだづかい
  • avoid waste
  • むだをなくす
  • go [run] to waste
  • むだになる
  • lie waste
  • 荒れたままである
  • waste materials
  • 廃棄物
  • Waste not, want not.
  • ((諺))むだをしなければ不自由もしない
  • waste one's money on trifles
  • むだづかいする
  • What a waste!
  • もったいない
  • A 2008 programmatic environmental impact statement issued by the United States Bureau of Land Management stated that surface mining and retort operations produce 2 to 10 US gallons (7.6 to 38 l; 1.7 to 8.3 imp gal) of waste water per 1 short ton (0.91 t) of processed oil shale.
  • Wikipedia: Shale oil extraction
  • A 2008 programmatic environmental impact statement issued by the US Bureau of Land Management stated that surface mining and retort operations produce 2 to 10 US gallons (7.6 to 38 l; 1.7 to 8.3 imp gal) of waste water per 1 short ton (0.91 t) of processed oil shale.
  • Wikipedia: Oil shale
  • A fuel rod is reprocessed after three years of use to remove waste products, which by then account for 3% of the total weight of the rods.
  • Wikipedia: Plutonium
  • A sample of purified plutonium was uncovered inside a safe in a waste trench at the site during excavations from 2004 to 2007, and has been dated to approximately the 1940s, making it the second-oldest sample of purified plutonium known to exist.
  • Wikipedia: Hanford Site
  • After returning from Europe to study safe methods of nuclear power and waste disposal, during the Australian summer, Dunstan was extremely ill.
  • Wikipedia: Don Dunstan
  • An elaborately carved chest ornament with interlace pattern descends from the neck across the waste.
  • Wikipedia: Takalik Abaj
  • Australian Government webpage on radioactive waste management.
  • Wikipedia: Muckaty Station
  • Bacteria are also used for the bioremediation of industrial toxic wastes.
  • Wikipedia: Bacteria
  • Because of the complexity of an implosion-style weapon, it was decided that, despite the waste of fissile material, an initial test would be required.
  • Wikipedia: Manhattan Project
  • Common Ravens nesting near sources of human garbage included a higher percentage of food waste in their diet, birds nesting near roads consumed more road-killed vertebrates, and those nesting far from these sources of food ate more arthropods and plant material.
  • Wikipedia: Common Raven
  • Damages were sometimes given as an ancillary remedy, such as in Browne v Dom Bridges in 1588, where the defendant had disposed of waste inside the plaintiffs woods.
  • Wikipedia: Court of Chancery