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OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic

OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic Currently, plastic is found in everyday life in the form of packaging, bags, hoses, protectors, household objects, etc. Since the Industrial Revolution, plastic has become a highly commercial material due to its versatility and low cost. Today we can find it in any economic sector and in different presentations, which, at the end of their useful lives, end up in landfills, ...more »

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OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic

OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic Currently, plastic is found in everyday life in the form of packaging, bags, hoses, protectors, household objects, etc. Since the Industrial Revolution, plastic has become a highly commercial material due to its versatility and low cost. Today we can find it in any economic sector and in different presentations, which, at the end of their useful lives, end up in landfills, ...more »

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evaluation of ecological industrial plants

Polyethylene terephthalate (more commonly known by its acronym PET) is a type of plastic widely used in packaging for beverages and textiles. Thanks to its properties, the plastic is in very high demand in the industries. The lack of an environmental culture among people and the little application of the three Rs (Reduce, Recycle, Reuse) has turned PET into an ecosystem pollutant, since its natural degradation is approximately ...more »

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Agriculture for the city

About 43% of the population in Mexico lives in poverty. The capital and most important city of the country is not far behind, and about 27% of people live in extreme poverty and 12.5% ​​don't have access to food. 40% of these people are concentrated in the Gustavo A Madero borough, the neighborhood with the most poverty and food insufficiency being Cuautepec. Moreover, the average education is only 6.5 years (primary ...more »

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