Geotextile Plastic Mesh

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  • Place of Origin:Shandong, China (Mainland)

  • color:black green and so on

  • weight:220g 260g 350g 430g

  • width:2.0m

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Geomat is a new-typed seed planting material with tridimensional structure, which can effectively prevent the soil being washed away, increase the area of the virescence, improve the environment.

Application of Geomat
It can protect the ground surface being corroded before the turf is growing up, and fix the seeds.
The compound protection layer formed after the grass grows up can endure washing by high level and high speed water. It can be a substitute of the concrete, bitumen, stone etc to be the slope protection material. It has mainly been used in highway, railway, riverway, embankment, hillside etc.

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High Tensile Strength Type(Slope Angle 50°- 90°)

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Q:Hypothetical question on recycling plastics?
I always thought of this, I dont think there is an energy efficient way to make new plastics without harming the environment. This may sound weird but maybe a giant magnifying glass could do it. costs no energy but it does cause pollution, but there might be a way.
Q:Recycling plastic bags processing…?
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Q:Plastic Surgeon???
Plastic Surgeons are very important. Not necessarily the ones that do the boob or nose jobs, but the ones that re-construct. Educate the people who react like that. Tell them the actual job for plastic surgeons and why they do their job. Some people think the person wants to be a plastic surgeon because they want to get a peak at their patients bodies if you know what I mean. But that's [hopefully] not true. Clear that fact. The boob/nose job surgeons have patients who normally want a change in themselves to boost their confidence. Thus the surgeons help change their lifestyle for the better. To make them feel better! [isn't that part of a doctor's job?] The reconstructive surgeons are the ones that save lives. Sometimes people come in with crushed [literally] faces/bodies. If there were no plastic surgeons then who would fix those? Would the patient have a crushed face or body forever? Sometimes those injuries can be fatal--thus Plastic Surgeons also save lives.... Another good example of what plastic surgeons do [that is very respectable] is when a patient undergoes surgery, complications sometimes arise. In that case one complication could be infection. When that happens, sometimes patients have to be kept open - which results in a necessity for excess skin to cover - Plastic Surgeons are the ones who fix that... So tell who ever freaks out that Plastic Surgeons are respectable, they went through med school - and are like any other doctor in any other field...
Q:Is plastic made out of milk biodegradable?
Casein-based plastic has been around since the 1880s, when a French chemist treated casein with formaldehyde to produce a material that could substitute for ivory or tortoiseshell. But although it's ideal for jewelry that even Queen Mary admired, casein-based plastic is too brittle for much more than adornment. Scientists have found a way make the protein less susceptible to cracking, thanks to a silicate clay called sodium montmorillonite. Freezing sodium montmorillonite into a spongelike material called an aerogel, they infused the porous network of clay with casein plastic. The result? A polystyrene-type material that, when put in a dump environment, begins to degrade completely [source: The Economist].
Q:Why are grocery plastic bags bad?
I think you raise a good point. Banning grocery plastic bags will be a bonus for those who make trash bags. We all like to feel like we're a part of the solution rather than a part of the problem. Recycling our some of our rubbish, installing energy efficient light globes and lobbying against plastic bags are just a few of the ways in which many of us are able to continue to think well of ourselves on a planet buckling under the burden of so many people. By impressing our self-righteousness on others, many of us are able to avoid acknowledging the fact that we are in deed, all a part of the problem...all 7 billion of us. There have never been more people living off this planet as there are at this minute and every day our numbers grow by almost a quarter of a million. Reducing consumption is a wonderful notion but not nearly as wonderful as the notion of reducing numbers of consumers or, at the very least, not increasing the numbers of consumers. We can argue until we're blue in the face about who's consuming what and who should be consuming less until we wipe ourselves out. The simple fact is, whether we live in a tent in the Sudan or a mansion in Hollywood, so long as our bodies produce head each of us consumes Earth's precious limited natural resources.
Q:plastic surgey?
difficult point. check out on to google. it might help!
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Q:What are the origins of those plastics/ plastics container/ plastics in general?
Most plastics were introduced in the 1960's as by products of the petroleum refining. You had bakelite - resin type plastics which is probably what you are thinking of - also nylon. Bakelite was popular for radio casings. In the old days (ie 40 years ago) in Britian you went shopping and the greengrocer chucked your fruit and veg straight into your shopping bag (which everyone carried with them - meat was wrapped in paper and bottles were glass - often with a deposit paid on them. Supermarkets had not really caught on and there was nothing like the packaging there is now. Things came in glass jars or were canned (popular during the war) - and people bought stuff fresh as not everyone had refrigerators (ice boxes as you might say).
Q:How do I recycle plastics.?
They recycle by the grade of the plastic. All your water and soda bottles are a #1 plastic (look on the bottom of container and there is a # 1-7 inside a triangle. Most places will not pay you for your milk jugs. Bring all materials to recycler and he/she will help you. Once or twice and you'll be a pro!! Oh, you dont have to remove labels or caps.
Q:My cat is licking plastic?!?!?
Don't worry, it's fine. My younger cat is obsessed with plastic bags and hides in them when we come home from the store. It's fine, but make sure your cat doesn't eat them because that could be bad for his belly.

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