Natural Resource – Green Environment


Posted by Chip | Posted in Other - Environment | Posted on 31-07-2014

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Mandy Natural Resource   Green Environment

Mandy asks…

How could Nanotechnology be green (preserve) the environment?

I am making a speech project about how Nanotechnology could be green for the environment. I need some (specific insight about this phenomena) Please it would be better at a high school level since it’s for a speech presentation. For example, how would nanotechnology impact the environment in some positive ways.

Thank you!!

Chip answers:

Nanotech is neither green nor not green. It’s just an approach to miniaturizing technology for novel applications. Micromachines might one day be useful in detecting and attacking parasites in the bloodstream or perhaps in gene manipulation, but it is completely unknown whether the ultimate effects will be good or bad for the environment. The notion that any particular technology is ‘green’ or not, is speculative, especially before the technology exists. The ultimate consequences of a technology and it’s applications are often exactly the opposite of the commonly accepted view is at the time of it’s introduction.

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Carol asks…

What are some small steps i can take to live in a green environment?

Chip answers:

In addition to what others have said, reduce your meat intake. It takes 2000 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef, while only 14 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of tomatoes. Try eating a few meatless meals a week. It’ll help enormously.

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Since Socialism needs vast Natural Resources to work (like North Sea Oil) what resource is Obama going to use?


Posted by Chip | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 31-07-2014

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gold resource natural3 Since Socialism needs vast Natural Resources to work (like North Sea Oil) what resource is Obama going to use?
Obama W. Bush asked:

Socialism works just fine for Denmark and Norway they can sip chocolate at sidewalk cafes because they all get a cut of the North Sea Oil.

But what did Obama have in mind that would fund his $10 Trillion Dollar Socialist Change we can believe in … Sell all the decayed factories in the rust belt to China. Or maybe turn Coal into Gold that is Big Carbon’s plan.

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Recycle Inkjet Cartridges to Reduce Natural Resource Consumption


Posted by Chip | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 30-07-2014

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natural resource23 Recycle Inkjet Cartridges to Reduce Natural Resource Consumption
Joe Rogers asked:

Recycling empty inkjet cartridges is an easy way for us to help to reduce the natural resources we consume.

Here are 5 of the best reasons to recycle your empty inkjet cartridges.

Shockingly, almost 3 entire pounds of resources involved in production are saved when a cartridge is recycled.

Secondly, for every inkjet cartridge that is recycled, an average of 3.5 oz. of oil will be saved. With the worldwide demand for oil on the rise and supplies shrinking, a little effort can make a significant impact over time.

The third reason you should recycle or reuse your empty inkjet cartridges is to reduce the strain on local landfills. An inkjet cartridge does not biodegradable in a landfill, as other waste will over time. Once a cartridge is discarded, it will be there for several hundred years. Did you know that over 300 million printer cartridges are thrown away each year? This generates 75,000 tons of waste annually.

The forth reason is that recycled and re manufactured inkjet cartridges save money. When you recycle your empty cartridges you provide empty cores to companies that can refill these cartridges, and put them back on the market at a discounted price. Empty inkjet cartridges are not broken, they are simply out of ink. It’s like putting new batteries into your flashlight.

Finally, recycling your empty inkjet cartridge can be quick and painless. Many companies out there that sell cartridges locally or online have her recycling program.

A popular method for end users to recycle inkjet cartridges is through the use of postage paid return envelopes that are sometimes included with an online inkjet cartridge purchase.

A return mailer (recycle envelope) is generally a self-sealing plastic bag that is pre-addressed to a recycling company. The consumer puts their empty inkjet cartridge into the bag, seals it, and drops it off at a post office or any mailbox. The postage is already pre-paid, and the whole process takes just a few seconds.

Another way to recycle is through the use of an inkjet cartridge refilling service such as the Jetpak mailer program.

With the Jetpak mailer program, the customer purchases a special refilling service mailer in advance. When the customer runs out of ink, they place the empty cartridge into the postage paid mailing box and drop it in the mail. When the cartridge refilling company receives the empty cartridge, the refilling service cleans, inspects, and professionally refills the cartridges and mails it back to the customer.

In about a week the completed cartridge is returned to the customer at a big savings over buying a new cartridge. This method also lowers the amount of garbage going into our landfills.

Why recycle? Why not recycle?

It saves you money, saves natural resources, reduces the amount of garbage produced, and is the right thing to do for our environment.

Just because an empty inkjet cartridge is out of ink, doesn’t mean it’s broken.

It just needs to be recycled.

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