In 1950 the world consumed 20 million tons of seafood, according to industry figures.
The permanent way alone cost over £900,000 sterling and consumed 80,000 tons of British steel.
Every day, the power plant consumes 500 tons of crude oil.
Last year the Japanese consumed 10 million tons of seafood.
Europe actually consumes seventy million tons of oil per year.
By comparison, the average person in India today consumes four tons per year.
Its customers consume 13 to 15 tons of pastrami per week.
A furnace that consumes nearly four million tons of matter a second.
She made 3,890 miles in 381 hours, consuming more than 2,900 tons of coal.
The power plants consumed almost 3.4 million tons of coal in 2007.