Fertiliser in UK Law

  • NEW ENTRY AND THE COMPETITIVE PROCESS IN THE U. K. FERTILISER INDUSTRY1
    • Núm. 27-1, Febrero 1980
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
  • Learn from ... PepsiCo's carbon footprint analysis.
    • Núm. 2011, Enero 2011
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Update
    ...When drinks maker PepsiCo first analysed the carbon lifecycle of its orange juice brand Tropicana, it was surprised to learn that nitrogen fertiliser used to grow citrus trees accounted for 35 per cent of the total. Now the company is working with agriculture firms to develop green fertiliser that ......
  • Charity calls for legislation on CSR: Christian Aid has accused major companies of hypocrisy.
    • Núm. 2004, Junio 2004
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Berens, Camilla
    • Corporate Social Responsibility - Shell Australia Ltd., British-American Tobacco Company Ltd. and Coca-Cola Co. (Atlanta, Georgia
    ......The company also stands accused of transferring waste from the plant to local farmers in the guise of fertiliser. . Coca-Cola refuted both allegations, saying that local aquifers were recharged via its "rainwater harvesting" technology. It pointed out that ......
  • UNRESOLVED ISSUES IN JAPAN'S EARLY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT*
    • Núm. 15-2, Junio 1968
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... 226. Buck also mentions the case of Chinese peasants who, without applying chemical fertilisers, were able to obtain high crop yields. (See also Boserup, E: (1%5), The Conditions of Agricultural Growth. chapter IV on ......
  • Hearsay and the Purpose of the Maker of the Statement
    • Núm. 78-2, Abril 2014
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ......L remained in the car and was also arrested. The car boot contained four unmarked cardboard boxes containing plant fertiliser. There was also a large bag of rice and a box containing food. On the back seat there was a black holdall belonging to Nguyen containing a mobile ......
  • The Common Agricultural Policy
    • Núm. 9-2, Octubre 1987
    • International Relations
    ...... it would no longer be worth producing on marginal land and it would not be worthwhile to use the last £’s worth of fertiliser or pesticide. Secondly, it would be less expensive to get rid of whatever surplus remained, since the difference between the price ......
  • THE CONTROL OF SUBSIDY EXPENDITURE: AGRICULTRUE
    • Núm. 10-1, Febrero 1963
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    .......3 46.7 34.1 11.7 36.8 12.9 1.5 18.1 21.5 33.6 1 33.7 11.7 18.3 5.7 8.0 (03.2 :b) FARMING GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES Fertilisers Lime Ploughing Field drainage Water supply Improving livestock rearing land Marginal production Tuberculosis scheme Calf subsidy Hill ......
  • THE STRUCTURE OF PRODUCTION, TECHNICAL CHANGE AND TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NORTHERN IRELAND AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY, 1955–86
    • Núm. 38-2, Mayo 1991
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... labour input price, the input price for ‘feedingstuffs, seeds and imported livestock’ and the input price for ‘fertilisers and lime’. Total variable cost (C) is measured by an index of the sum of (variable) input expenditures. SI, SZ, S3, S4 are ......
  • Book Reviews : Development Economics, by Subrata Ghatak, (1978) Longman, Modern Economics, Series Editor: David W. Pearce. (£6.50 limp cover)
    • Núm. 7-1, Abril 1981
    • International Relations
    ...... made because of the presence of externalities.&dquo; For example, in the context of cigarette manufacture (lung cancer), fertiliser plant (effluent discharges and water pollution), and other cost-benefit analysis for a more efficient allocation of resources. . In ......
  • Achieving Organisational Change through Project‐based Training: A Cross‐cultural Experiment
    • Núm. 13-3, Marzo 1984
    • Personnel Review
    • 22-28
    Hessling defines training as “a sequence of experiences or opportunities designed to modify behaviour in order to attain a stated objective”. The operative word in this definition is “designed”. As...
    ......(2) Improving the utilisation of capacity in ammonia plants used for the manufacture of fertiliser: This project aimed to raise plant utilisation at two locations. At the relatively newer plant, utilisation was 62.6 per cent and at the older plant, ......
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