• polythene
    Polythene Pollution The Problem Of Polythene Pollution Polythene pollution is everywhere, and the problem is getting worse. For most of us, the problem is seen as one of visual pollution, where plastic bags litter streets, roadways, and in some cases scenic areas across the country. No one will argue...
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  • Plastics
    cooled. Plastic Bag Recycling Plastic is a non-biodegradable product and a harmful pollutant of  the air, land, and water bodies. Each day tonnes of plastic wastes are disposed off into the surroundings which has proved to be harmful to the nature and the living organisms. Though plastic bags served for...
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  • Say No to Plastics
    materials (such as styrene) and are not biodegradable. Plastic has many properties which has made it a raw material of choice for Manufactures of plastic Bags and packing materials. Cost of production, light weight, strength, easy process of manufacture, and availability are few of the properties. There is...
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  • English 2nd Paper
    ------------------------------------------------- Prepared For: Naresh Sir Index Essays * My First Day at School Page 3 * Duties of a Student Page 4 * Bad Effect of Polythene Page 5 * Discipline Page 6 Applications * Leave in Advance Page 7 * Visit to National Museum Page 8 * Permission...
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  • Plastic should be banned
    derived from corn and other organic substances. Plastic has many properties which have made it a raw material of choice for manufacturing of plastic bags and packing materials. Cost of production, light weight, strength, easy process of manufacture, and availability are some of the properties. There is...
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  • Plastic - Boon or Bane
    weight and colourful. * Safe for children when they are food grade plastics. Ordinary plastics cause health hazards to humans when eaten in them. * Handy as disposable bags, carry bags, wrapping paper, etc. "Plastic has benefited our society in a number of ways. In fact, plastic has helped in...
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  • Why Not to Use Plastic Bags
    As everyone knows, the humble plastic bag has become an integral part of our lives... In fact.. the plastic bag has become so common that we hardly notice their presence. Yet if you look around you.. you will notice that we are all in a swamp.... of plastic bags. They are everywhere. We use them to pack...
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  • Pollution
    SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND. Polythenes are frequently used in Uganda as a packing materials and they are locally called “Kaveera”. Polythenes were introduced in Uganda as a subsitute to the paper bags which were initially used for packing especially the light commondities. As a result polythene wastes, this has...
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  • Domestic Waste
    wastes and their sources.The types and sources ofsolid waste in our home are but not limited to kitchen wastes, metal wastes, glasses, plastics and polythenes. All these wastes are daily generate in our homes and it is very important to handle and manage them so that they do not endanger our health. ...
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  • Solid Waste Management
    led to the twin problems of people living in unhealthy conditions and protesting for the closure of the dumping grounds, as dumping causes health hazards for the people in the vicinity. The average life of a dumping ground is 30 years. The remaining life of our largest dumping ground, i.e., Deonar, is...
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  • No More Plastics!
    From the mid-1980s onwards, plastic bags became common for carrying daily groceries from the store to vehicles and homes throughout the developed world. As plastic bags increasingly replaced paper bags, and as other plastic materials and products replaced glass, metal, stone, timber and other materials...
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  • Field of Improvement
    Plastic bags are being used regularly for various purposes as they are cheap and convenient to use right from grocery stores to eateries, restaurants and many other places. People litter away just like that with the least of responsibility thus spoiling the very outlook of the place. These bags clog the...
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  • Plastic More Haardous to Human Sustenance
    virgin materials. [8] The recycling of plastic bags and plastic components in durable goods such as cars and computers is much more successful than plastic bottle recycling. This is due respectively to the commodity nature of polyethylene in plastic bags and effective legislation such as the Electronic...
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  • waste management
    Different types of plastics at LUCY Switchgear FZE: Industrial packaging : All the packing received from different supplier including bag for units, bubble wrapper, plastics covers etc.(fig.1) ...
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  • Food Packaging
    quickly. * Potentially serious hazards may arise from glass splinters/fragments of the food. PLASTICS * It is one of the most common materials used for packaging and comes in a wide variety of containers, wraps, buckets, bags, etc. * The buckets are useful...
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  • dasdasdasdsa
    ,...), plastic bag for shopping, helmet, electric wire,.......... and even sweets are made of polymer. Polymer has changed our life so much, just imagine if we lived without those simple products above how hard our life would be . There would be no cars as there was no rubber, No bag for shopping, no...
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  • Plastic Pollution and Measures to Control
    plastic “POLLUTION CAUSED BY PLASTIC” Pollution caused by plastic CONTENTS 1. Aim 2. Introduction 3. What is plastic? 4. Environmental hazards caused by plastic 5. Measures to control pollution 6. Industries that produce plastic in India 7. Importance Of Plastic Industry Toward Economic Growth...
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  • Green House
    gardening, so it should be used properly. Outdoor, plants are in a environment where one can not control -frost, wind, rain and other environmental hazards. Here the results depends entirely on the type and facilities inside a greenhouse and our own skill rather than on the various of soil type and weather...
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  • Industrial Development and the Nigerian Environment: Paradox and Reality
    Nigeria’s orientation towards industrialization seem to suggest that the belief (and indeed our attitudes show) that environmental degradation and hazards should simply be tolerated as long as the industrial activity associated with it results in growing personal and national income, and provides job...
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  • Inventory Policy
    environment including human beings which are caused by the "Hospital waste" generated during the patient care. Hospital waste is a potential health hazard to the health care workers, public and flora and fauna of the area. Hospital acquired infection, transfusion transmitted diseases, rising incidence...
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