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International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) – Volume 19 Number 4 – Jan 2015 IV. CONCLUSION Based on the results of the experimental investigation, following conclusions could be drawn as follows: In Concrete, Natural sand can be replaced with plastic waste by 10 to 20% to achieve green concrete. Sand can also be … Continue reading Green Concrete using Plastic Waste
The New York Times, Credit : Jesse Draxler BERKELEY, Calif. — TO those of us who visit beaches only in summer, they seem as permanent a part of our natural heritage as the Rocky Mountains and the Great Lakes. But shore dwellers know differently. Beaches are the most transitory of landscapes, and sand beaches the most … Continue reading Why Sand Is Disappearing ?
Mounds of sargassum seaweed have carpeted the shoreline for miles. Fishermen continue to battle with the seaweed just to make an honest living, and it doesn’t seem to be getting any better. Continue reading Sargassum on Trinidad & Tobago’s Coastlines
The sargassum seaweed is affecting several Caribbean islands and has been reaching Belize as well. Continue reading The sargassum seaweed is affecting Caribbean islands
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The Virgin Islands, like many other islands in the Caribbean, is being visited by a not so welcomed guest. Depending on where you are, you’re more likely to smell it before setting eyes on it. It is the dreaded sargassum seaweed and it is certainly coming to a beach near … Continue reading Seaweed invades the Virgin Islands
Me & Jonathan Betz for Al Jazeera America. Talking about sargassum invasion in Mexico, and about my concept! Continue reading Al Jazeera America