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01st March 2011

Recycling: How do you encourage your colleagues?

In essence, many factory staff have the identical mentality when it comes to issues that do not seem to be their job, or require too a lot of time. If you’re attempting to get your organization to recycle a lot more, here are some ideas you might desire...

06th October 2010

Plastic as a new frontier of ecology

Plastic is without doubt one of the most commonly used materials today. We are astonished to realize that 90% of the objects that we use every day is made of plastic or have plastic parts. Plastic is in fact now central to the current industrial syste...

04th June 2010

Recycled Toilet Paper: The Easiest Way To Be Environmentally Conscious

No matter how much of an effort you're making to be green, some of the easiest ways to be environmentally conscious are often overlooked. Next time you venture into the bathroom, examine your toilet paper. There's a huge chance that the toilet paper y...

03rd June 2010

The Nokia 1616 provides a robust and simple design

The Nokia 1616 has a long-lasting simplistic design with a large TFT display and large dust-resistant keypad along with anti-scratch covers. It features a traditionally simple user interface which provides shortcut keys which can be set by the user to the...

20th April 2010

What can we do for recycling industry in our daily life?

1.Choose goods with minimal packaging, and which are packaged in a material that can be recycled or returned in your area. 2.Try to reduce the need to throw away plastics. For example, take a reusable shopping bag to the supermarket or corner shop, or re...

18th March 2010

Why recycling is important today

Why recycling is important today Why recycling is important today? Recycling today is not only in vogue, it is also the environmentally responsible thing to do. Proper recycling of waste materials begins with proper recycling container selection. The...

23rd June 2009

Purchasing 101: Recycled Bags & Cases

Buying products made from recycled materials is a key step in supporting recycling programs and resource conservation. Resources are saved only when recycled products are purchased. This is referred to as "closing the loop." Consumers close the loop when ...

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