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• ### Eco Friendly Water Bottles - Why You Need to Use Them and What's in it For You

A little while ago I decided to have a paddle up a local creek in my kayak. What l found disturbed me. There l was enjoying the water, birds and trees, then, rounding a bend and under a bridge it hit me...No longer was l gliding through water but found myself plowing through hundreds of plastic water bottles! They were everywhere--on the banks, in the water, caught up in trees..a real mess. It got me thinking. What happens to all of that plastic. It doesn't break down and assimilate into the soil, it just continues. And that is the problem. Even if they were fished out of the creek, and I'm not suggesting they shouldn't be, most of those bottles will still end up as landfill, contaminating the soil. So--are plastic water bottles eco friendly?--no! What to do: The obvious answer is to limit the use of plastic water containers. Better yet, use eco friendly water bottles--refillable glass or metal ones, instead. Many wou
• ### 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