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How to reclaim an asbestos roof

Asbestos, a word that is scary just to pronounce it, is still present on the roofs of many homes and warehouses. Sure! For about a century it has been used for all uses and purposes. What to do in front of a dilapidated roof of asbestos slabs? It is necessary to take all necessary precautions to safely reclaim an asbestos roof.
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How to make new friends

The "zero" rule is not to get down on yourself if you find yourself without friends. Very often it can be just a feeling but in any case it is important to be aware that there are ways to learn how to make new friends. At any age, in any place, you can always build a new relationship and learn to nurture it so that it becomes solid, lasting and enjoyable.
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Citroën DS3 Electrum

The current flagship of Citroen is its DS3, which is a hit at the Paris Motor Show in its new convertible version with a floating roof and shark fin. If the Citroen DS3 has all the credentials to displace the competitor Mini, we see that the French carmaker is about to make an even bolder move and does so with the electric version of the DS3, the Electrum concept.
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RoadSharing, sharing a journey

In Italy, people are still too reluctant to start poolsharing or carpooling programs independently. Every citizen, in his own small way, can share the car with neighbors and acquaintances; but when is a community to propose a philosophy of sustainable mobility? This is the case with the roadsharing portal.
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What are GMOs?

According to a survey, only 7 of Italians know exactly how to answer the question “what are GMOs?”. Today we will try to provide you with the necessary answers about GMOs and their spread in Italy. What are GMOs? The Theoretical Answer GMOs, Genetically Modified Organisms, are plants whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated.
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Natural organic fertilizers: not just manure

The natural fertilizer par excellence is manure, but what is it and how is it used? Manure is formed from the excrement of animals raised in barns, mixed with straw or other materials used for bedding. Manure is never used fresh because it would risk burning plants and roots, instead it must 'mature' for about 6 months outdoors before being used as fertilizer; the ideal is to keep it in a dunghill, periodically wetting it with the liquid that drains from the accumulated mass.
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