Tetrapak: where it is thrown away and how it is recycled. From production to separate collection.We produce a good amount of waste in tetrapak at home, from the packaging of fruit juice to the milk jug. But where is the tetrapak thrown? Tetrapak: where is it thrownWhere is it thrown? In many municipalities, the tetrapak is thrown into the “multi-material”, that is, in the bag where you collect plastic and aluminum.
Solar energy is destined to play a leading role in the transport sector. There is talk of solar vehicles, photovoltaic highways and solar-powered charging stations. What links the transport sector to solar energy are not only theoretical concepts or projects: in the Netherlands, work has begun involving the construction of 200 solar charging stations for electric vehicles, the last of the 200 filling stations for EV will be installed no later than 2015!
Those who love to travel in an ethical way, in close contact with nature, will certainly be curious to observe local vegetation and fauna, perhaps learning to recognize the characteristic species of the area explored. Just like a tourist, before diving into birdwatching he can take a short course in ornithology, even those who want to recognize the trees can read up on duty.
An "Appcessory" (an accessory associated with a smartphone application) was presented that allows you to save fuel by launching a sort of competition to determine who is the driver who pollutes less. The Appcessory behaves like the Nike + Running device, monitoring the use of a car ... the user does not have to enter any data, it will all happen automatically!
Dog leishmaniasis: initial symptoms and diagnosis of the disease. What are the clinical signs to observe in dogs and what to do in case of suspected contagion Leishmaniasis is one of the most common dog zoonoses. It is caused by a pathogenic protozoan (Leishmania infantum) carried by an insect (Phlebotomus spp) more commonly known as sand flies.
In Europe, the transport sector is responsible for the presence of harmful levels of atmospheric pollutants and a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. To reverse this negative trend, today more than ever, it is necessary to support and promote more sustainable mobility.