abnormal waste


abnormal waste
учет сверхнормативный уровень отходов* (необратимые потери, превышающие нормальный уровень для данного производственного процесса)
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  • spoilage — *Waste, scrap, and defective goods arising from manufacturing processes. Spoilage is not necessarily without value, as the waste, *by products, or defective *output of a *production process can sometimes be sold for *scrap value or reworked. A… …   Auditor's dictionary

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