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From Scraps Journal 2 Bicycle

Author : Lydia Ricci
ISBN : 9781681881904
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 61.73 MB
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Papercraft inspired gift journal series. Each journal will have a beautiful intricately designed papercraft object on the front cover. These objects are entirely created from scraps of paper. Creative inspirational prompts will be sprinkled throughout each journal along with light illustrations. A back pocket will be included to stores scrap paper
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

The Waste Trade Journal

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ISBN : NYPL:33433111689919
Genre : Waste products
File Size : 83.51 MB
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Category: Waste products

Peddling Bicycles To America

Author : Bruce D. Epperson
ISBN : 9780786456239
Genre : Transportation
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This economic and technical history of the early American bicycle industry focuses on the crucial period from 1876 to the beginning of World War I. It looks particularly at the life and career of the industry’s most significant personality during this era, Albert Augustus Pope. After becoming enamored with English high-wheeled bicycles during a visit to the Philadelphia World’s Fair in 1876, Pope soon started paying Hartford, Connecticut’s Weed Sewing Machine Company to make his own brand of high-wheeler, the “Columbia,” the first to be manufactured in America in significant numbers. A decade later, Pope bought out that company, and ten years after that, Hartford’s Park River was lined with five of Pope’s factories. This book tells the story of the Pope Manufacturing Company’s meteoric rise and fall and the growth of an industry around it.
Category: Transportation

Journal

Author : Michigan Schoolmasters' Club
ISBN : UCAL:B2873161
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

The Waterways Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016628120
Genre : Inland navigation
File Size : 75.24 MB
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Category: Inland navigation

Rubber Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015021222735
Genre : Asbestos
File Size : 75.85 MB
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Category: Asbestos

Community Scale Composting Systems

Author : James McSweeney
ISBN : 9781603586542
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Composting at scales large enough to capture and recycle the organic wastes of a given community, whether a school, neighborhood, or even a small city, is coming of age, propelled by a growing awareness not only of our food waste crisis, but also the need to restore natural fertility in our soils. In-depth yet accessible, Community-Scale Composting Systems is a technical resource for farmers, designers, service providers, organics recycling entrepreneurs, and advocates of all types, with a focus on developing the next generation of organics recycling infrastructure that can enable communities to close the food-soil loop in their local food systems. The main scope of the book is dedicated to compost system options and design, from basic sizing and layout to advanced techniques such as aerated static pile composting. Management techniques and operational considerations are also covered, including testing, feedstock characteristics, compost recipe development, and system-specific best management practices. Though focused on recycling systems that include food scraps--the fastest growing sector of community-scale composting--the book is informed by and relevant to other composting sectors and will be a vital resource for anyone invested in diverting organic materials away from landfilling and incineration. Topics covered include: Community-scale models Estimating organics from individual generators and whole communities Food scrap collection Compost system sizing Aerated static pile (ASP) systems design In-vessel systems selection Integrating animals with composting Compatibility with compost heat recovery, vermicomposting, and other specialized methodologies Composting best management practices Nuisance management Mitigating persistent herbicides End uses, marketing, and sales Whether you're an engineer, community organizer, permaculturalist, public sector waste manager, farmer, or just a dirt lover, Community-Scale Composting Systems is the definitive manual on composting, written at a crucial time when communities are just starting to see what the composting movement will ultimately offer our food systems, local and regional economies, and planet.
Category: Technology & Engineering