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• ### How Reusable Water Bottles Will Save the World

The fastest growing environmental hazard is not global warming or fresh water shortage, it is poor waste management - and chief culprits of waste are plastic drinking bottles. With all the efforts to increase recycling among the average person a recent poll found that only thirty-percent of plastic bottles are recycled. For whatever reason that number is drastically reduced for water bottles which only see a meager twelve percent of users recycle. So, how big of a problem is it then? Forty-million plastic bottles a day are thrown away and end up in landfills or as litter. This problem is compounded by the fact that this is a fast growing trend. In 1990 the United States bought and produced 1.1 billion pounds of plastic and in 2002 that number jumped to 4 billion and is currently estimated even higher. People have become obsessed with bottled water and other soft drinks and are irresponsibly disposing of them. What's more, disposable plastic bot
• ### Buy Wholesale Promotional Armani Suits from China, How to Calculate Sea Freight?

International ocean shipping is a practice used to trade goods all over the world. Items are packed into shipping containers and loaded onto a vessel before traveling across the sea to an arrival port. Large machinery and project material that is too large to fit into ocean containers are known as break-bulk and travels uncovered, aboard vessels. Calculating sea freight is the process that determines a shipment's mass, which is used to rate the cost of either an LCL (less than container-load) or a break-bulk shipment. Instructions LCL shipments 1. For LCL shipments, Measure the length, width, and height of your cargo (in inches). Calculate the volume of your cargo using the formula: Length x Width x Height = Volume (in cubic inches). 2. Create the denominator by multiplying 12 x 12 x 12. There are 12 inches in a foot: (12 x 12 x 12) = 1,728 cubic inches. 3. Divide the volume by 1,728 to get your cubic footage volume: Volume / 1,728 = cubic feet. 4. Multiply by 0.0283168466 to