• September 20, 2021

How to cut and crush the non-fiber metals you need to build a ‘world’s best football stadium’

On the eve of the NFL season, the NFL’s metal recycling program is in full swing.The league is making sure to make every pound of steel, aluminum and titanium it recycles non-hazardous and recyclables.That’s a huge deal in an age of a growing demand for sustainable materials.The steel, for example, can be used to build…

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How to keep a carbon footprint low in the carbon-free economy

NEW YORK — A new report from the non-profit Carbon Trusts estimates that 1084 nonferrous aluminum, steel and titanium materials used in consumer products could be replaced in the coming decade if all existing carbon capture and storage technologies were implemented.Non-ferric oxide (N2O) is a byproduct of the production of plastics, including plastics used in…

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Why the US may need to stop exporting non-fiber materials, a new report says

A report from the US Congressional Research Service has found that the country is using up all of its non-metal recyclables, and it doesn’t have enough non-metals to meet its environmental needs.“The US has about 5,000 tons of non-mesh scrap metal and another 4,000 tonnes of nonmetal scrap,” said John Rafferty, senior fellow at the…

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How toxic are non-white metals?

The environmental damage caused by non-black metals is far greater than that of black metals.Non-black metal pollution is estimated to be worth $1.2 trillion per year in the U.S. alone.Nonwhite communities are disproportionately impacted by this pollution.Black communities suffer from poverty, housing discrimination, crime, homelessness and more.The problem is not only in terms of economic…

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How to Buy the Perfect Silver Bar and the Best Jewelry in America

You’ve heard it before: Buy something you like.But you’ve never actually tried it.Or even really thought about trying it.For now, you might just want to buy a cheap, high-quality piece of jewelry.But for most of us, it’s a good idea to be on the lookout for inexpensive, non-fiber metal magnetic jewelry.Here’s what you need to…

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When you recycle non-recyclable metals: What’s the catch?

Non-ferromagnetic metals like gold, platinum, silver, copper and zinc are among the most abundant materials in the world, and can be used to make everything from clothing to electrical wiring. But when it comes to recycling them, the biggest hurdles are that they’re highly recyclible and, most importantly, don’t carry significant health risks.“Reuse is not the…

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The ‘non-fertilizer’ market could be worth $8 billion by 2025

Non-fibrous metals smetlings are the most abundant metal recyclables on Earth, but they’re also a growing market in many countries.Some researchers are looking at how to develop alternative sources of energy that can be used in the recycling process.The United States alone generates enough non-fiber metals for the entire planet.In the United States, we have…

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How to be a safe and environmentally-friendly f-word: Here’s what you need to know

Posted May 05, 2018 07:08:00 We have been living in a society in which a large percentage of people who don’t need to work are able to work from home, often for free.However, the trend has not been confined to just the home.While people are increasingly working from home in large parts of the world,…

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Which metal can you cut up and make metal bars?

Non-ferric metals can be used to make steel bars, but they aren’t widely used in everyday life.Metal smetlings, such as iron, lead, and cobalt, are often used in making tools or other items.But metal bars can be made with non-metal materials, such in a glass mold, using non-metallic materials to produce more non-magnetic metal bars.Non-ferromagnetic…

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I want to buy non-fiber, non-metal recyclables

Non-ferric oxide (non-fibre) glass, aluminum and steel, and metals from the world’s top five recyclers are among the most commonly used metals in the world, according to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.This includes non-metallic glass, which makes up 70% of the world supply, and aluminum, which is used in more than 80% of…

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