| 1||Wood preparation|
A process to prepare wood.
Treatment with a caustic agent.
A process of digesting.
| 4||Brownstock washing|
Washing with brownstock.
Removing colour by treatment with an oxidizing agent (a bleach).
| 6||Pulp drying|
The process of drying pulp.
| 8||Processing of structured information|
The information to be processed is in structured form.
| 9||Processing of identical information in structured and unstructured form|
The information to be processed is identical and given in structured and unstructured form.
| 10||Processing of different information in structured and unstructured form|
The information to be processed is different and is given in structured and unstructured form.
| 11||Processing of unstructured information|
The information to be processed is in unstructured form.
| 14||Heat sterilisation|
Treated by heat sterilisation.
| 15||Chemical sterilisation|
Treated by chemical sterilisation.
Treated by fumigation.
Treated by irradiation.
| 19||Acceptance of business conditions|
Code specifying the process of accepting the terms and conditions under which business will be conducted.
| 20||Pathology service|
The provision of a pathology service.
| 21||Radiology service|
The provision of a radiology service.
| 22||Contribution payment|
The payment of a contribution.
| 23||Clinical donation|
The process of providing a clinical donation.
| 24||Medical general practice|
The provision of general medical services.
| 25||Specialist medical service|
The provision of specialist medical services, other than pathology or radiology.
| 26||Dispensing of medicine|
The process performed by a pharmacist to prepare and dispense medicine according to a prescription.
The process of developing plans.
The process of trading.
The process of operating.
The process of metering.
The process of settling.
To reduce a product's temperature to above 273K.
To gather or extract from a number of persons or sources.
To penetrate with or as if with an edged instrument.
To gather, catch, hunt, or kill.
To examine officially.
To make from raw materials by hand or by machinery.
To can, pickle, or similarly prepare for future use.
To subject to or handle through an established usually routine set of procedures.
To make produce by growing.
| 41||Rendering (agriculture)|
To extract by melting in order to extract proteins, fats, and other usable parts.
To take a sample of or from the product.
To place or leave in a location (as a warehouse, library, or computer memory) for preservation.
To convey from one person, place, or situation to another.
To act upon e.g. with some agent.
Treated by grinding.
| 47||Addition of secondary inhibitors|
The process of adding secondary inhibitors.
| 48||Metals recovery|
The process of recovering metals e.g. retorting, smelting, chemical process.
| 49||Solvents recovery|
The process of recovering solvents e.g. distillation, extraction.
| 50||Recovery for reuse|
The process of recovering (reclaiming) materials for reuse, e.g. acid regeneration, organics recovery.
The process of destruction through the application of heat.
| 52||On-site fuel recovery|
The process of recovering a material for reuse as a fuel on the same site.
| 53||Fuel blending|
The process of blending fuels.
| 54||Chemical reduction|
The process of chemical reduction.
| 55||Cyanide destruction|
The process of destruction through the application of cyanide.
| 56||Chemical oxidation|
The process of chemical oxidation.
| 57||Wet air oxidation|
The process of wet air oxidation.
| 58||Chemical precipitation|
The process of chemical precipitation.
| 59||Biological treatment|
The process of biological treatment.
The process of adsorption.
| 61||Air or steam stripping|
The process of air or steam stripping.
The process of removing water.
The process of absorption.
The process of stabilization e.g. chemical fixation.
The process of macro-encapsulation.
The process of neutralization.
The process of evaporation.
| 68||Phase separation|
The process of phase separation.
| 69||Unspecified treatment|
Treatment without specification.
| 70||Landfill or surface impoundment disposal|
The process of disposing waste as landfill or in a surface impoundment that will be closed as landfill.
| 71||Deep well or underground injection|
The process of filling up a deep well or underground pocket.
| 72||Discharge to sewer|
The process of discharging materials into the public sewer system.
| 73||Collection and storage, temporary|
The process of collecting and temporarily storing objects.
| 74||Cold treatment|
The process of cold treatment.
| 75||Hot air treatment|
The process of hot air treatment.
| 76||Hot water treatment|
The process of hot water treatment.
| 77||Methyl bromide treatment|
The process of treating with methyl bromide.
| 78||Phosphine treatment|
The process of treating with phosphine.
The process of removing pulp.
| 80||Manual removal|
The process of removing by hand.
| 81||Sulfuryl fluoride fumigation|
The process of fumigating with sulfuryl fluoride.
| 82||Steam treatment|
The process of treating with steam.
| 83||Vapor heat|
The process of treating with vapor heat.
The process of assembling.
The process of boiling.
The process of sealing in an airtight container.
The process of chipping.
The process of making clean.
The process of coating.
The process of dehydrating.
The process of devitalizing.
The process of disinfecting.
The process of drying.
The process of dyeing.
| 95||Heat treatment|
The process of heat treatment.
The process of removing husk.
The process of liquifying.
The process of removing shells.
The process of washing.
| 100||Land treatment or application|
The process of using bio remediation for treating waste e.g. Tilling the land for aerating the waste.
A process of heating a food, usually liquid, to a specific temperature for a definite length of time, and then cooling it immediately.
| 102||Biological recycling|
The process of biological recycling.
| 103||Biological refining|
The process of biological refining.
The process of blending.
The process of breeding.
| 106||Chemical recycling|
The process of chemical recycling.
The process of combing (e.g. in textiles named 'top making' of fibres).
| 108||Agricultural cultivation|
The process of managing the growth, development, and yield of agricultural crops.
The process of designing.
The process of disposing.
The process of shaping a material by forcing it through a hole.
The process of applying of fatliquors (e.g. for lubricating and softening hides/skins).
| 113||Product finishing|
The process of product finishing.
The process of ginning (e.g. cleaning cotton, flax fibres, etc).
The process of grading.
The process of hatching
The process of marketing.
| 118||Mechanical recycling|
The process of mechanical recycling.
The process of reacting monomer molecules together in a chemical reaction.
The process of pre-treatment.
The process of printing.
| 122||Pulp dissolving|
The process of dissolving into a liquid, e.g. wood pulp or cotton linters into water.
| 123||Quality checking|
The process of checking quality, e.g. of products.
The process of recycling.
The process of refining.
The process of retailing.
The process of a second tanning stage in which different tanning agents are generally used in comparison to the initial tanning process.
The process of employing the action of bacteria and moisture on plants to dissolve the cellular tissues and substances.
| 129||Returns management|
The process by which activities are associated with returns.
| 130||Setting out leather|
The process of reducing wrinkles from hides/skins.
| 131||Shaving hides|
The process of making the thickness of hides uniform.
The process of shearing
| 133||Silk reeling|
The process by which cocoon baves are reeled together to produce a single thread.
The process of softening.
The process of sorting.
The process of spinning.
The process of splitting.
The process of treating hides or skins with tanning agents.
| 139||Thermo mechanical recycling|
The process of thermo mechanical recycling.
The process of warehousing.
The process of weaving
| ZZZ||Mutually defined|
Process type mutually agreed between interchanging parties.