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Tim Postma Jul 11
if is mainstream we’d lower related , &less then anyother process&you can always be in of frontline if you got 3DPrinting setup&🤔twice on & what would cost more time or💰to ship might be a to 3DPrint
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Chaim Gabriel Waibel Jul 11
The majority of polluting the comes from big cities. The depends on everyone. for the to increase collection rates. Thanks to for the inspiring campaign.
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Papusha Rocket Technology Jul 12
Only 12 days left until our starts! Join Papusha ICO and invest in the future of oil recycling.
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Trash Haters Jul 10
First National Youth Summit on and Environmental Challenges at Bamiro Hall, Centre for Sustainable Development (CESDEV), Suite 20 Awolowo Road Old Bodija, Ìbàdàn, Ọ̀yọ́. State, Nigeria Insightful & actions-focused conversation here. Kudos to
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Donald 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jul 12
Home mega early from work so went and thought about working on this. Been left sitting for 2 years half restored.
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Rangewell Jul 13
Today, & waste management are implemented as resource management instead of waste management: management insights from on
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World Economic Forum 11h
We don’t need to ban plastic. We just need to start using it properly
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Georgina Towning Jul 13
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VWS Ltd Jul 13
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Assaad Razzouk Jul 7
Oxygen loss in Baltic Sea "unprecedented", driven by human-induced pollution from fertilizers and sewage [the Baltic Sea is enclosed by Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and Denmark]
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cjervo Jul 14
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CST Hospitality Jul 11
cutlery and plates could be among items banned in as the government looks at ways to stem the tide of synthetic polluting the seas...
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Marguerite GAZZE Jul 11
EU's targets to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 - Check out infographics 👇 to find out about 🇪🇺 progress towards its goals |
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Naakorkoi Jul 6
It has now become a norm for people to fill "manholes" on our roads with that have been removed from gutters. Who is responsible to ensure that our roads are always in good condition.
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Cory Energy 1h
Our business is built around using London's non-recyclable in the most efficient way possible, turning it into a source of power for London's homes, and a source of building materials for London's infrastructure. Find out more:
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Bryan Druzin Jul 12
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Clean Coasts Jul 14
The cotton bud on the right is brand new, the one of the left is what we find on the as plants are not equipped to deal with this so it ends up in lakes, rivers and oceans & often on the Always
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🌲Cara Law ☕️ Jul 13
If y’all ever need rain just let me know and I’ll spray weed killer. It never fails
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Patrick Gunz Jul 11
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Dhruv Boruah Jul 12
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