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The World’s Hottest Places

Temperatures are soaring this summer and are reaching new heights. Take a look at some of the hottest places around the world. This summer has had people getting away from the searing temperatures and hitting hill stations and other relatively cooler places with oodles of sun-block in tow. Some places around the world have seen the hottest of summers. Sevilla, Spain has seen temperatures of 122 F (50 C) and Oodnadatta, Australia reached 123.3 F (50.72 C). Another place in Israel called Tirat Zvi recorded temperatures of 129 F/53.9 C. Rub’ Al Khali in Oman, Saudi Arabia is also a very hot place...

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Multiwood – Save Trees Campaign

The life of trees are in our hands and our life in their Save Environment Don’t let your future go up in smoke Plant a hope Reduce Global Warming

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Ten Tips to Save Paper

Here are some handy ideas to reduce your impact on the environment and save paper. Print duplex or two to a page- Print on both sides of the page or print two pages to a single side (also called N-Up printing). Combine both of these to print four pages on only one piece of paper! Not only save paper but also take longer to reach your print quota! Use PDF and go digital- Send business documents by e-mail in PDF format rather than printing and then faxing/mailing them. You no longer need to print, sign and send. Use an electronic signature and email documents that require a signature. While you’...

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Save Paper Save Tree

Why you should save paper? When we save paper, we reduce the need to cut down trees. Paper accounts for more than half of all municipal solid waste. Anything we can do to save paper will help reduce the amount of trash going into landfills, and it will also reduce energy use and pollution associated with manufacturing, transporting, and recycling new paper products. Whether you have a home office or work in an office with others, you can save paper by implementing some minor changes in your work habits. Tips to Save Paper: Make every effort for the “Paperless Office“: Computers seem to have a...

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Use Multiwood, Save Trees

MULTIWOOD, a real substitute of wood, is made up of ‘U’ Pvc polyester and is 100% water proof. The main advantage of MULTIWOOD is that it is 100% recyclable and environment friendly. As wood particles are not used in MULTIWOOD, it saves trees, thereby protecting our eco system. MULTIWOOD could also be crafted to any shape, size, design & colour of user’s choice. MULTIWOOD can be screwed, drilled, planed, carved, painted, and glued also. Owing to its versatility, it has been widely used for interior decoration and for many customized applications. Resistance to chemicals, waterproofing feature...

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Go Green at Work

If you’re already taking environmentally friendly steps at home, it’s a natural extension to take similar measures at work, both to save energy and to create a healthier workspace environment. Making the environment more pleasant for yourself, more energy efficient, and more eco-friendly will increase your enjoyment of the workplace and lessen its impact on the environment as a whole. Being energy and resource efficient and conscious of improving the health and well-being of the work environment will also reduce the costs of running a business. It’s time to “go green” at work, and here is how...

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RELATION OF PAPER AND TREE…SAVE TREE AND LIVE AN AWESOME LIFE….

Many people have heard the statistic that “a ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees.” The “17 trees” number was popularized by Conservatree when it was a paper distributor, based on a report to Congress in the 1970s. It was calculated for newsprint, which is made in a totally different papermaking process from office and printing papers. But it was the best number anyone had, so it became the number everyone used to calculate number of trees saved by recycled paper, or number of trees cut to make virgin paper, no matter what type of paper they were talking about. Paper is made from a mix of typ...

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CONSIDERATIONS IN CALCULATING TREES TO PAPER

What kind of paper are you talking about? Paper made in a “mechanical” or “groundwood” process (e.g. newsprint, telephone directories, base sheet for low-cost coated magazine and catalog papers) uses trees about twice as efficiently as paper made in the “kraft” or “freesheet” process (e.g. office and printing papers, letterhead, business cards, copy paper, base sheet for higher-quality coated magazine and catalog papers, advertising papers, offset papers). Is the paper “coated” or “uncoated”? The fiber in a coated paper (most often used for magazines and catalogs, with a clay coating that may...

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Disadvantages of Plywood

While plywood is a versatile, strong, and durable material, it is not without disadvantages. Plywood is subject to a variety of problems, both from its unsuitability for certain purposes and from environmental hazards. Used incorrectly, plywood can rapidly fail. Even when used within the manufacturer’s specifications, plywood can and will fail eventually. Size Plywood is available “off the shelf” almost exclusively in unwieldy 4-foot-by-8-foot sheets. Plywood comes in a variety of thicknesses, but the only means of changing the thickness to suit a particular need is by gluing sheets together....

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A HAND WHICH PLANT A TREE CAN GIVE AN ENVIRONMENT OF BETTER LIFE

Essential component The most essential and major component provided by the trees is Oxygen. The trees utilize the Carbon dioxide released by us and in turn they provide us Oxygen which keeps us lively, healthy and active. Edible products We get all the minerals and vitamins needed for our proper health and growth from the fruits and other plant products like vegetables, cereals, grains, grams etc. Around the world every one is opting for the vegetarian diet as it provides a wholesome and balanced diet. The balanced diet keeps the people healthy and prevents many diseases. Environment friendl...

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Deforestation at Africa…..

Most popular effect of deforestation is the increase of Global warming, greenhouse gas emission, global climate, Carbon composition in the soil, the drop of oxygen levels, and biosphere imbalance. Most popular reason behind deforestation is industrial use or fuel, the expansion of agricultural grounds includes over exploitations, cattle farming, lumber and woodland experimentation. Deforestation has changed Green land to be a waste land afterward. Statistic has shown that rapid deforestation worldwide is not slowing down. It is predicted that by 2030. Biodiversity in Amazon would only 10% left...

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