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    up of water basins almost depleting them by the 1960’s, the over pumping of the basin, caused contamination from seawater intrusion as well. It was around this time, in the 1960’s that the talks of developing and utilizing a system to collect and reuse of wastewater began in Orange County. Unfortunately these talks were was immediately dismissed as being what was considered an “unthinkable” act and their treated wastewater was…

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    Conrad Rudolph’s A Companion to Medieval Art (2006). This article has an incredible meticulousness in documenting the proliferation of the reuse of ancient artifacts across Europe in the years after the fall of the Roman Empire, offering a detailed historiography of examples of recontextualized artifacts, but also examines the study of spolia, and the way reuse can be interpreted.…

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    Residential development within the Encino-Tarzana Community Plan area is comprised primarily of large estate size single-family homes located south of Ventura Boulevard, and a mix of single-family and multi-family density dwellings located to the north of Ventura Boulevard. With its several distinctive identity, characterized by large estate lots, quaint narrow streets, and uniqueness of housing style, the community provides its residents with a flavor of semi-rural living. Focused growth and…

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    Why do people buy bottled water? Bottled water is not a wise consumer choice because they reuse the same bottles, all kinds of chemicals are used to make these bottles, and the bottles alone are bad for the environment. First of all bottled water is not a wise choice because they reuse the same bottles after melting them and just remold them to the new shape of the bottle. After a bottle is used it most likely is thrown away, but ends up back at the bottle factory and melted down and…

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    Spectral efficiency (SE) is a key factor in the design of cellular communication system as it quantifies how well the limited frequency spectrum resource is utilized. The efficient use of spectrum is analyzed in terms of coverage area, capacity and reuse distance. OFDMA is a very potential multiple access technique, which will be the key technique for the next generation of wireless communications (4G). In this paper the QoS parameters of OFDMA i.e. spectral efficiency [Erlangs/MHz/m2], system…

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    to teach students important curriculum that they will carry out in life. Furthermore, Ms. Chavez in room 711, a teacher here at Bancroft Middle school, in her own words states that she reuses paper for her students because it uses less energy and trees. This campus does not waste excessive materials, teachers reuse everything that can be used for the next year, and they recycle anything that was old that can become something…

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    Waste Diary Assignment

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    Overall, I feel that waste diary assignment was a great way to look at the items we throw away daily. It has opened my eyes to many of my good and bad waste practices and how they depend on my location. Few of the common things that I threw away were paper towels, paper plates, water bottles at one point, and the packaging for my frozen meals. When addressing the paper products, I feel that I did not like more often difficult to being at my apartment where I did not have a dishwasher as I have…

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    those who have made it big in the scrap trade as well as revealed the grime that comes with trading trash. Ultimately, the extensive exploration into the scrap industry sheds light on the lesser known global recycling industry and redefines “reduce, reuse, recycle” with a deeper meaning. Most Americans throw away their recyclables into their blue and green bins, not giving any second thought about where they go. I, admittedly, was a mindless recycler until I read Junkyard Planet. The impact that…

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    molded into a new product. These jobs create the need for labor increasing the cost of the end product. Glass is an item that is made by heating sand, an abundant natural resource, which is an inexpensive and environmentally friendly alternative to the reuse of the…

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    There are simple things you can easily do to reduce global warming: 1. Rely more on renewable sources of energy instead of non-renewable ones, e.g. solar energy, hydroelectricity, wind energy, geothermal . 2. Try to recycle, reuse, and reduce more often: recycle your waste, reuse materials you have at home, and reduce the amount of waste you produce every day. 3. Using eco-friendlier transportation, like a metro or a tram . Also, try walking instead of using the car all the time . 4. Plant more…

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