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Essential techniques in managing industrial dust
July 17, 2019 | No Comments

Industrial dust is a constant hazard. It poses fire risks, is hazardous to the health of employees, and degrades plant equipment. While most plants, warehouses, and commercial premises have a ventilation system and a cleaning regimen, some of these are not sufficient to cope with the dangers or to comply with health and safety directives. […]

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17-18-year-olds and what cars they can Afford
July 16, 2019 | No Comments

It’s getting harder and harder for young drivers to get into car ownership, and one of their biggest obstacles is sky high insurance premiums. Image Credit The kind of cars that teenagers can afford to drive don’t necessarily do a lot for their street cred but at least they can get on the road after […]

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A Tourist’s Guide To Cheltenham
July 13, 2019 | No Comments

Sat in the beautiful surroundings of the Cotswolds, the town is a great cultural center and attracts a number of tourists each year as well as locals traveling from their nearby Residential Park Homes such as http://www.parkhomelife.com/ Whether they come for the striking Georgian architecture and boutique shopping, for the famous racecourse and its packed […]

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Mid-20th century designers – Ray & Charles Eames
July 11, 2019 | No Comments

Ray and Charles Eames are the geniuses behind The Lounge Chair, the Eiffel Chair and some of the most luxurious office chairs. Designing some of the most iconic furnishings of the 20th century, the Lounge chair was designed in 1956 and is now considered a classic example of the manufacture of modern furniture. Using the […]

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Keeping your hamstrings nice and strong
June 30, 2019 | No Comments

If you’re trying to develop your leg strength, it’s easy to just concentrate on your quads but if you forget about your hamstrings, you will be missing one of the most important sources of gaining power in your legs, as well as helping to prevent leg injuries from occurring. Not only can you ensure that […]

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When Bronze statues go wrong.
June 21, 2019 | No Comments

You can imagine the scene. A commission has been made for a bust or bronze statue of a famous individual. Dignitaries are there, the Lord Mayor (with that strange metal chain they always wear) is presiding; the family of the subject is there suitably nervous and, if we get really unlucky, a Town Crier might […]

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Jones believes England are better than France in Six Nations
June 18, 2019 | No Comments

It has been years since England won their last Grand Slam in 2003; however, English coach Eddie Jones says his team is a better one than France this time around and deserved to win the title. Having already clinched the Six Nations title, the English team was hoping for a run of five wins in […]

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Civil Service defends RHI scheme incentive cuts
June 17, 2019 | No Comments

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme was designed to support businesses taking on eco-friendly heating systems; however, drastic cuts to the funding are threatening the scheme’s future, with severe implications for both the businesses committed to it and for the government. Image Credit Alarmingly for many, the cuts look to have been fast-tracked through parliament, […]

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Brexit continues to drive British manufacturing woes
June 7, 2019 | No Comments

Brexit is already taking a toll the manufacturing industry, with the biggest decline in orders seen for over two and a half years. Image Credit The decline in industry CBI surveys for May indicate a significant drop in business likened to “economic paralysis”. The report shows record lows for orders since October in 2016, and […]

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Did you know this about cotton?
May 30, 2019 | No Comments

We are surrounded by things made from cotton, whether it’s the sheets on our beds to the bandages used in hospitals. It is a wonder material – loved for its softness, versatility, comfort, and durability. There are many things made from cotton that you probably don’t realize even contain the material and it’s not just […]

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