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... between the sun room and the interior living space, to allow the low winter sun to penetrate to the cold side of adjacent rooms. Glass placement and overhangs prevent solar gain during the summer. Earth ...
... excessive heat gain or loss Using thermal mass to store excess solar energy during the winter day (which is then re-radiated during the night) The precise amount of equator-facing glass and thermal mass ...
... fossil fuels are used in this process. Metals, glass, pulp and paper, silicon and other production plants are typical locations where waste heat recovery can be effective. Combined heat and power (CHP), ...
... UPS Batteries, Industrial Fork-Lift Batteries, Motorcycle Batteries, and Commercial Batteries. These can be regular lead acid , sealed lead acid, Gel Type, or absorbent glass mat (AGM) batteries. Silver ...
... via condensate filtering, usable recyclables are immediately extracted for reuse (plastics, ferrous metals, aluminum, glass, wood, etc.). Level 2 Recursive Organic materials from the original waste stream ...
... to rising energy costs. Recycling aluminum uses only 5% of the energy required by virgin production; glass, paper and metals have less dramatic but very significant energy savings when recycled feedstock ...
... this higher temperature, much more energy is needed, leading to the high environmental benefits of aluminum recycling. Glass Glass bottles and jars are gathered by a curbside collection truck and bottle ...
... separates the recyclates by weight, splitting lighter paper and plastic from heavier glass and metal. Cardboard is removed from the mixed paper and the most common types of plastic (PET and HDPE) are collected. ...
... a key component of modern waste management and is the third component of the "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" waste hierarchy. Recyclable materials include glass, paper, metal, textiles, electronics (cell phones, ...
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