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    Businesses and industrial facilities are significant sources of air and water pollutants, and pollution can have a profound effect on the communities that companies are situated in. It is important that firms are on the forefront of the effort to prevent pollution, not just off-set or remedy it. Air pollution from factories ruins quality of life for residents of urban areas and can contribute to higher cancer rates and acid rainfall7. Water pollution and mismanagement is affecting already dwindling groundwater resources, which is the largest source freshwater on the globe. Additionally, mistreatment of water can negatively…

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    a. The steel manufacturing industry is the largest industry in Hamilton and the largest steel manufacturing city in Canada. The city produces 60% of all steel in Canada. Hamilton used to be home to two very large steel companies: Stelco and Dofasco. Stelco closed its facilities in 2013 leaving Dofasco as the last remaining steel manufacturer. The steel products are sold to consumers in the automotive, construction, energy, manufacturing, pipe and tube and appliance. b. Over 10 000 people…

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    Additionally, industrial revolution had another impact; the rate of production stuff had significantly increased. Making more things has been always an advantage for a company, but what would happen when supply is greater than demand? Annie Leonard explains that industries faced a hard dilemma; one that they had to decrease their production rate and come back to what they were doing before the industrial revolution, or they had to continue making products using machines. They chose to continue…

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    region of Italy. Many of the mentioned areas are in proximity to bodies of water. The first industries that emerged from the Industrial Revolution were situated close to natural resources such as water, coal, or iron ore. The development of infrastructure facilitated the movement of raw materials or processed products, which helps explain the urban growth adjacent to major roads, rivers, and railway lines. As time progressed, new ways where goods and services could be done faster, cheaper, and…

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    that is highly flammable. The hydrocarbon is used in many industrial processes. Statistics indicate that it is among the top 20 chemicals that are widely used in different industries across the world. The substance has wide application in oil and gas industry. As a matter of fact, it is used in making various types of lubricants. Benzene can be formed through natural processes such volcano eruptions. The compound can also be created through human activities especially during combustion of fossil…

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    It also requires much less land and water than most crops. Likewise, as the author of Hemp: Lifeline to the Future Chris Conrad says it’s also “self-seeding, self-fertilizing, and self-weeding.” In addition, hemp doesn’t require the harmful chemicals that most commercial products need and it actually aerates the soil while improving soil conditions for other crop rotations. Hemp provides an ideal for free market capitalism with a diversity of products and a theoretically limitless supply. Yet,…

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    reviews. This can be attributed to the fact that with mass production comes less attention to detail in the quality control department. Take the Samsung galaxy note 7 for instance. The phone is known for the fact that it either catches on fire or explodes. The culprit for this problem is a low quality battery made on a mass scale. This issue has caused Samsung to make a full recall on all of the phones sold to date and a stop sale on the ones which haven’t yet been sold. Had Samsung not gone…

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    The point of this program is to have the Indian government work in conjunction with major international manufacturers, and help international companies through the government restrictions. At this point, this program has successfully secured over seventeen international manufacturing projects from various industries, and it has reformed several labor laws to make them more accommodating to modern day businesses (New Initiatives). Because some of the stricter government regulations have been…

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    1b) Provide a one-two sentence summary of what the entire exercise was about. This SAP exercise revolves around the production logistics, emphasizing the regions involved in manufacturing the kites as well as the processes and steps required to do so. It portrays the significance of planning for materials in the process of procurement as it is essential to have the correct amount of materials required in order to finish the product. Through the exercise we can learn how to make planned orders…

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    codes are as follows: SIC Codes Percentage 0-999 6.32% 1000-1999 2.94% 2000-2999 3.75% 3000-3999 2.52% 4000-4999 6.28% 5000-5999 17.44% 6000-6999 0.38% 7000-7999 6.51% 8000-8999 11.15% 9000-9999 1.27% e. Per my observation, industries with SIC codes of 0-999, 4000-4999, 5000-5999, 7000-7999, and 8000-8999 are more likely to have more capitalized operating leases relative to their total liabilities (their percentages are significantly higher than the average). In particular, industries with SIC…

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