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    Other forms of environmental degradation bauxite mining causes are due to is residue. Bauxite residue or red mud has vast affects on the ecology. The most common problems red mud causes are “wind erosion and groundwater pollution.” (Xue et al. 2015) Currently “there are four major disposal routes, including marine and slurry disposal, dry stacking, and dry cake stacking.” (Xue et al. 2015) Marine disposal poses a large problem in that it causes grave damage to aquatic ecosystem that can be spread around the world. Slurry disposal also creates potential environmental damage in the form of alkaline impoundments. “The highly alkaline impoundments, however, cause environmental risks due to the large amounts of caustic liquor and low penetration resistance of the stored residues.” (Xue et al. 2015) The most popular…

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    Act l Scene l In the year 2017 in Bauxite Arkansas, it's a very breezy cold day at Bauxite High School. Announced on the intercom the first baseball and softball game of the season is tomorrow March 23, at Bryant baseball and Softball fields . Makaylah a short, blonde, softball player that moved to Bauxite, because she heard how good the softball team was. Makaylah tried out for the team during summer, and made the team. The Only problem was Makaylah didn't know anybody at Bauxite except…

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    Introduction Caribbean Bauxite Company, particularly John Baker, has themselves in quite a mess over the resigning of Matthew Rennalls. Matthew Rennals, the current Assistant Engineer, is John’s successor as the new Chief Engineer at Caribbean Bauxite Limited. John Baker is to become the production manager of Keso Mining Corporation near Winnipeg – one of Continental Ore’s fast-expanding Canadian enterprises. “John Baker is a 45 year old English expatriate who has worked for Continental Ore in…

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    The significant fare is bauxite. Aluminum, espresso, jewels, fish, and foods grown from the ground likewise are sent out. Fabricated products are transported in from China, Europe, and the United States. Local exchange systems bargain in privately created rural merchandise, for example, potatoes, rice, Shea margarine, and kola nuts. China supplies bedding, bikes, basins, lamp oil lights, bikes, and pots, however the wretched transportation framework upsets trade. The stormy season, maturing…

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    Iron Bar Lab

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    This lab activity uses cereals that are fortified with iron, hot water, a drinking glass, and white magnet stirring bar. The students weighed the dry cereal before placing it in the glass. The students place the magnet stirring bar at the bottom of the glass then they place the cereal and hot water in the glass. The students then stir the items for a set time, after which they remove the magnet stirring bar. There should be dark slivers of iron left on the bar. The students then removed the…

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    it and on behalf with something of a middle ground between fundamentalism and criticism (Gray, Owen & Maunders, 1998, p. 8-9) (Carter & Burritt, n.d). There are some methods of achievements that may alter the society perspectives such as educate the stakeholders about the business’s purposes, potentials and efforts to develop performance. Then, change the stakeholders’ opinions or clarifications of their performances. Those changes may help to alter the society’s perspective to corporate social…

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    Jamaica Essay

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    death.” (‘Lovrs Leap’). Bauxite, aluminium, sugar cane, bananas are some of the island’s resources. Bauxite was first shipped from Jamaica in 1952, and in 1957 Jamaica became the leading producer in the world. Aluminium also started to increase production in the 60’s. It was stated in an article on the Jamaican Bauxite Institute, “By 1974 Jamaica had become the world 's second largest producer of bauxite and the second largest exporter of alumina.” (‘Development of the Bauxite/Alumina…

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    tropical meaning it is warm year round. The average temperature up in Haiti’s mountains is 66℉ and the average temperature of the air at sea level is 81℉. Haiti is an island, so they have another advantage because they have water bordering them from all different sides. In that water there is food like fish and other animals. Because Haiti borders water, it is easy to plant crops like sugarcane. Some things people in Haiti farm are coffee, sugar, and grains.…

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    resident of Oklahoma City, near northwest expressway. I am writing with some concerns some residents and i have regarding making recycling mandatory in Oklahoma City, because we throwaway reusable waste that can be recycled. This will help reduce the amount of waste coming from our homes, factories and some businesses. Recycling should be mandatory for everyone because it can lead to a clean environment, conservation of materials and the creation of jobs. Recycling will help creates a clean…

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    strong performance. During the recession, capital expenditure was allocated only for the major projects which will bring the substantial growth of a business into the future. During last two years company has announced the further growth of three key projects which are Silvergrass iron ore development in the Pilbara, Oyu Tolgoi underground copper mine development in Mongolia and Amrun bauxite project in Queensland. (2016 full year results, 2017). Especially positive was last year where not only…

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