Ever wonder what's in a solar panel? Solar cells are made of the same material that forms the basis for another technological marvel: The computer chip. Like computer chips, solar panels are made of silicon, which is most commonly derived from sand.
Silicon is the starting point of our solar production cycle. It is extracted from sand, which is made up primarily of silicon dioxide. As the second most common element of the earth’s crust, there is an almost endless supply.Read More
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Aluminium scrap is collected and melted everywhere in the world. Aluminium recycling benefits present and future generations by conserving energy and other natural resources. It saves up to 95% of the energy required for primary aluminium production, thereby avoiding corresponding emissions, including greenhouse gases.
Typical products made from recycled aluminium include castings, such as cylinder heads, engine blocks, gearboxes and many other automotive and engineering components, on the one hand and extrusion billets or rolling ingots, for the production of profiles, sheets, strips and foil
Natural and organic fertilizer differs from chemicals in that they feed your plants while building the soil. Soils with lots of organic material remain loose and airy, hold more moisture and nutrients, foster growth of soil organisms, and promote healthier plant root development.
If only chemicals are added the soil gradually loses its organic matter and microbiotic activity. As this material is used up, the soil structure deteriorates, becoming compact, lifeless and less able to hold water and nutrients. This results in increased amounts needed to feed plants. Chemicals can deplete soils while harming earthworms and micro-organisms that keep soil alive and make nutrients available to your plants
Buildings consume great quantities of materials, energy and other resources. This generates significant environmental impacts during construction, operation and eventual demolition. Timber is one of the few natural building material.
This has a lot of advantages.
Natural : Generally, timber is not toxic, does not leak chemical vapour into the building and is safe to handle and touch. It also means that as timber ages, it does so naturally and doesn’t break down into environmentally damaging materials.
Renewable : As long as new trees are planted to replace those harvested, timber will continue to be available.
Low in production energy : It takes very little energy to convert the wood in trees to the timber used in building
Easy to work : Timber is versatile and can be used in a wide variety of ways. Being light, it is easy to install and can be worked with simple equipment. This reduces the energy needed for construction.
THE BEEMA BAMBOO TO ENERGY PROJECT- "Beema" is a specially bred variety by Dr. N. Barathi of Growmore Biotech Ltd., which has a potential to grow very fast and yields very high biomass due to the fact that the wall thickness of "Beema" Bamboo is 3 times more than other bamboo. The carbon content of "Beema" Bamboo is between 46 to 48%.
"Beema" Bamboo acts as a "Carbon Sink". When "Beema" Bamboo is grown individually in the gardens and parks, it sequesters 400 to 500 kg. Of carbon di-oxide every year, thereby reduces the Carbon di-oxide in the surrounding place
Bamboo can replace the wood for all applications such as paper, flooring, furniture, charcoal, etc.
- Recently developed cotton from bamboo will replace regular cotton, with a productivity of over 10 times from the same land.
- Bamboo has replaced 50% of plastic.
- Bamboo co-polymer plastic replaces 50% of plastic which is essential but not eco-friendly.
- Bamboo effectively cleans the water pollution of the septic tank discharge and factories effluent by its natural affinity for nitrogen, phosphorus and heavy metals.
- Bamboo enriches the soil naturally and prevents soil erosion.
MobMe Exims Project Management Consultancy service spans the entire project execution phase, including but not limited to the following:
- Tender Package Preparation and Administration
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- Construction Management & Supervision
- Quality Management
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- Risk Management & Cost Control
- Project Pre-commissioning and Commissioning Assistance