Special Design for Cornstarch based biodegradable disposable 6 inch fork to Czech republic Importers
Special Design for Cornstarch based biodegradable disposable 6 inch fork to Czech republic Importers Detail:
The main raw material ingredient extracted from oil and oil resources have been increasingly scarce, all materials are extracted from the oil burning of non-biodegradable will pollute the environment.
The main using starch as raw materials, starch extracted from plants, belonging to the renewable resources is a return to natural environmental degradation products.
Our Biobased cultery:
Our biobased cutlery,”plant-starch” cultery is excellent for hot foods with a heat tolerance up to 110 centigrade.
Compared traditional cutlery made from 100% virgin plastics, this cutlery is made with 70% renewable material,which is a alternative choice.
Our biobased cutlery made from 70% renewable resources, although it is not compostable,but biobased and biodegradable.
The temperature tolerance between -10 to 110 centigrade. Microwave, fridge, freezer and oven friendly.
It is healthy, hygienic, nontoxic, harmless and safty.
Ecogreen has strong research capability and can deal with a bulk quantity purchase order and customized products.
Welcome to contact with us for more details.
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Crazy Chris is checking out his lungs and shows you how to make a scale model of the lungs.
Objective: to understand how the lungs work.
~ 2 large pink balloons
~ 1 Large red balloon
~ T Tube
~ Plastic Tubing
~ 3 Gallon Bottle of Water
Step 1) Attach your pink balloons to the T Tube using tape making sure to keep them air tight. (it wont work unless air tight)
Step 2) Cut a 30cm piece of the plastic tubing and attach this tube to the T Tube.
Step 3) Get a 3 gallon water bottle and using a power saw cut the bottom of the water bottle off.
Step 4) Slide the tube through the hole in the cap and add some thick tape around the outside until you create an air tight seal.
Step 5) Cut the neck off the red balloon and stretch the red balloon over the cut end of the water bottle.
Step 6) Pull down on the red balloon and watch what happens.
HOW DOES IT WORK:
Respiration or breathing is the processes of getting air from outside of your body to the inside. Your chest is an air tight cavity, so when you diphram pulls down you lower the pressure on the inside of your chest cavity and and heavy ai pushes it way into your lungs to take up the space created by the lower pressure. When you diaphram contracts its creates more pressure inside your chest cavity then outside of your body and air is squeezed out of your body. Without this pressure difference your diaphram wouldnt be able to pull down or even push up due to the air tight chamber. Your left lung is smaller then your right lung to make space for your heart. You might think that your lungs are just to big balloons that sit in your chest and fill up with air. But your lungs are accutally made up of a branching tubes that split off and become smaller and smaller tubes. Eventualy these branches end in microscopic clusters of millions of tiny air sacs called alvioolie which look similar to grapes. These tiny air sacs allow gases to exchange places through diffusion or a process where gases want to equalize. High amounts of fresh air will want to diffuse into the tiny hair like capillaries and same is true of carbondioxice high amounts of co2 will diffuse into the aliviolie. Without new gases being added to the blood stream and carbondioxcide being removed you would suffocate to death.
SCALE WORKING LUNG MODEL (how to make a lung model video)
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SCALE WORKING LUNG MODEL (how to make a lung model video)
1. Distinguishing Key Opportunities and Markets in Vietnam’s Water and Wastewater Market ENERGY, WATER AND WASTEWATER CONFERENCE 18 March 2011 | Tan Binh Exhibition & Convention Center, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Prepared & Presented by: Melvin Leong Environment & Building Technologies Practice Frost & Sullivan, Kuala Lumpur
2. 2 3 1 KEY FOCUS AREAS CHALLENGES MARKET OVERVIEW 4 FROST & SULLIVAN
3. 1 MARKET OVERVIEW
Water/ Wastewater Situation
Business sector Size
Key Market Trends
4. Water & Wastewater Situation
Water stretch in the above guide is characterized as:
” Low’ when under 10 percent of aggregate accessible is withdrawn;
” Moderate’ when 10 to 20 percent of aggregate accessible is withdrawn;
” Medium-High’ when 20 to 40 percent of aggregate accessible is withdrawn; and
” High’ when more than 40 percent of aggregate accessible is withdrawn
Source: The World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and Frost & Sullivan
5. Water & Wastewater Situation (Contd… ) Market Share by Segments (World), 2010 Services : Management of natural yields and by-items Equipment : Supply of gear identified with administrations and assets division Resources : Management of ecological sources and inputs Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan World Environmental Market Size 2010: $671.2 billion
6. Water & Wastewater Situation (Contd… ) Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan
7. Business Size Trade Value of Environmental Equipment by Country and Types of Equipment (Asia Pacific), 2009 Note: All figures are adjusted; Vietnam is in light of 2008 information. Source: Frost & Sullivan, Customs Department in particular nations Source: Frost & Sullivan Water & wastewater treatment hardware drives the ecological market in Vietnam Trade Value (Export & Import) (2008) % Breakdown Water & Wastewater Treatment 44.9 Waste Treatment 43.6 Air Pollution Treatment 11.5 Water/ Wastewater Treatment Equipment for water filtration, water/ wastewater purging, pumps, valves, stream estimation Waste Treatment Equipment for floor sweepers, cleaning apparatus, incineration gear, sorting, screening, rubbish compactors, reusing Air Pollution Treatment Equipment for gas cleansing and filtration, condensing gas, smell eliminator, sprayers for gas
8. Business Size (Contd… ) Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Services Market: Revenue Forecasts (Vietnam), 2005 – 2014 Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan CAGR (2009 – 2014) = 6.7% Market size incorporates gear supplies, capital consumptions, and operational uses for civil works Year Revenues ($ Million) Revenue Growth Rate (%) 2009 529.4 5.6 2010 558.8 5.6 2011 592.7 6.1 2012 631.7 6.6 2013 677.2 7.2 2014 732.5 8.2
9. Key Market Trends Key Trends in the Water/ Wastewater Industry (Vietnam), 2010 Source: Vietnam Environment Monitor, and Frost & Sullivan Region Water Resource Issues Water Quality Issues Northwest Region Flashfloods, surges, regular dry spell Reservoir siltation and development Generally great stream – upstream/downstream – water quality, great nature of groundwater Northeast Region Flashfloods, surges, occasional dry season Urban contamination, saline interruption, marine transport, contamination dangers Red River Delta Floods, cross-sectoral water assignment and utilization Intensive agribusiness, groundwater over-misuse Urban and modern contamination, saline interruption, agrochemical contamination, transport contamination chances North Central Coast Flashfloods, surges, regular dry seasons Low waterway stream amid delayed dry season in South of area Urban contamination, saline interruption South Central Coast Flashfloods, surges, serious occasional dry spells Low stream amid delayed dry season whole district Urban contamination, saline interruption Central Highlands Flashfloods, occasional dry seasons Groundwater over abuse for watering system, repository development Generally great waterway – upstream/downstream – water quality, great nature of groundwater Northeast of Mekong Floods, regular dry season Sector savvy water portion and utilization, groundwater over abuse Urban and mechanical contamination, saline interruption Mekong River Delta Flood, cross-sectoral water allotment and utilization Intensive farming/aquaculture, groundwater over-misuse Saline interruption, low pH in streams (corrosive soils), agrochemical contamination, transport contamination dangers
10. Key Market Trends (Contd… ) Water Resources and Consumption (Vietnam), 2010 Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan
11. Key Market Trends (Contd… ) Water Supply and Wastewater (Vietnam), 2010 Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan
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