Make Money in the Recycling Business

Home Based Recycling Business

Make Money! Join the many individuals and families who are learning to prosper in the salvage and recycling business starting with little or no cash. You'll learn: How to bootstrap your business without going into debt. How to get your salvage for free or for pennies on the dollar. (In some cases you will be paid to take the material away). How to find the best price in the least amount of time. The tools and equipment you will need many easily fabricated. Information based on my experience in salvage, recycle and reuse in the following areas: Construction and building materials. Deconstruction and recycled lumber. Farm and ranch equipment and supplies. Heavy equipment salvaging for high value parts. Scrap metal ferrous and non-ferrous. Electronic, communication, and computer scrap and recycling. Salvage for alternative energy systems. Antiques and collectibles. Promoting and marketing. Always treating everyone with fairness and respect and not profiting from the misfortune of others ways to create win-win situations for All parties involved. How to deal with scrap and recycling dealers and brokers. Innovative businesses you can start using various salvaged materials. How to arrange transportation, interim storage, cheap yard space without dealing with high cost commercial operators. How to be paid for your work before you ever start. How to get the equipment and tools you need. How to stay solvent and operate on a cash basis. Read more here...

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Halomethyl Derivatives

Bipyridines have been functionalized with perfluoroalkylated side chains to generate fluorous biphasic oxidation media.96 These two-phase reaction systems are valuable because they enable the recycling of catalytic perfluoroalkylated metal complexes, which are soluble in perfluorinated solvents, while the reagents are soluble in the organic phase.97 Fluorinated bipyridines have also been used as cocatalysts for atom transfer radical polymerizations (ATRP) in supercritcial CO2 media.98 These perfluoroalkylated bipyridines have been generated by numerous methods, including coupling of an alcohol end-functionalized perfluoroalkyl chain with a bipyridine diacyl chloride.99

Leitbilder as tools for shaping technological development

To exert influence and shape development with the help of Leitbilder, one must understand the prerequisites for effectiveness and modes of action of successful Leitbilder. Leitbilder motivate the formation of a group identity that serves to coordinate and synchronize the activities of individual players, reduce complexity, and structure perceptions. Among the most important prerequisites for an effective Leitbild are vivid imagery and emotionality functionality as a guiding vision, as well as a balanced approach to the desirable and the doable in short, its ability to resonate in the minds of the players.30 The vivid imagery is important for the clarification and therefore reduction of complexity. Above and beyond emotion and values, the Leitbild motivates and provides orientation. The reference to feasibility is important in avoiding too unrealistic, utopian visions. For an effective Leitbild, therefore, the degree of abstraction should not be too great. Starting points for...

Characterization of nanotechnology

Not the least important issue in the course of a technology or product life cycle assessment is a close look at how the nanoparticle and nano-structured materials are produced. The question arises, as to whether the production efforts needed to achieve a required chemical purity of a perhaps extremely seldom or specific chemical element or precise particle size become excessive and whether this effort economically and environmentally pays off in the long run, when one looks at the entire product life cycle. It is important to observe recycling procedures, particularly with respect to the quality of the substances utilized. Are toxic or ecotoxic substances or substances with as-yet unknown effects being employed in these areas Are rare natural substances being mobilized and set free in an area, so that one must deal with problematic effects on the metabolic activities of organisms or the ecosystem

Specific Examples of Applications

Steyn and Jones 2006 evaluated the performance of an in-service pavement with a cemented base layer that was recycled and stabilized with bitumen emulsion using Accelerated Pavement Testing (APT). Upon analysis of the material properties (that behaved exceptionally well after 25 years of trafficking) SEM was used to evaluate the microstructure of the material. By comparing carbonated and un-carbonated material from the stabilized base layer using a SEM, it was possible to conclude that the matrix of the base appeared to have residual cement from the original recycled cement stabilized layer that was able to hydrate and form cemen-titious bonds (although no cement was added during the recycling). Although it is difficult to detect bitumen using the SEM, small quantities were detected in the base materials by the presence of high carbon concentrations identified using the EDX facility. An indication of the SEM images showing the cementitious bonds and the bitumen is shown in Fig. 11.

Nanomaterials nanology and fundamentality

The range and diversity of nanoparticles, nanomaterials and nanodevices is part of the hazard assessment problem. There are plans to nano-size every common element of the periodic table, and lots more chemical compounds besides. There will be very diverse, and currently unknown and in fact unpredictable differences in properties, and therefore very diverse, unknown and unpredictable biological, genetic and ecological responses to these properties. Hazards only become risks when there is exposure, and then one has make some calculation of dose, route of exposure, probability of exposure and so on. The parameters involved are extremely complex, especially when one factors in the life cycle of various products containing nanomaterials, from manufacture, use, re-use, recycling through to disposal. Possible interactions are incalculable. (There may be some lessons to be learned from the ways in which probabilities of exposure to radioactive materials were calculated in the beginning, and...

Environment and public health

At the same time some, such as Takami Sachiko of the NGO The Natural Step International (Japan), are concerned that while Japan's recycling policies may filter out many harmful substances, Japanese products will be exported to countries where recycling is poor or even non-existent. In such countries the capacity to assess the safety of imported products may be weak, and the environmental and human health standards generally lower.

A new direction in industrial policy

Japan has a great wealth of hard-won industrial experience that it could draw upon in reforming its industrial policy. There are some signs that reforms are afoot. AIST is genuinely grappling with the sustainability model, environmental protection initiatives such as consumer products recycling have taken off, and corporate social responsibility is finding its way into the boardroom (see below).

Transformations in Embedded Particles 231 Shape Changes in Embedded Particles

The embedded nanoparticles bounded by sharp interfaces often exhibit superheating during melting 57 . Careful analysis of the ratio of the distance between 111 and 100 plane for nanoparticles of Pb embedded in Al matrix indicates that the values are widespread in the melt-spun state with the peak at around 1.18 63 . This increases steadily with recycling and the ratio shifts to 1.3-1.5 indicating the dominance of 111 planes. This is so because along with the annihilation of surface defects, which act as heterogeneous nucleating site for phase change, the facets sharpen and surface energy ratio of the planes are altered. There is a tendency of increasing the surface energy for 111 facets with lower energy and decreasing defects leading to the emergence of superheating. Kjeldgaard and Johnson et al. 64, 65 have experimentally studied the morphological changes of liquid Pb inclusions embedded in an aluminium matrix. Their reports show a hysteresis in the morphology of liquid Pb...

Life cycle inventory analysis

Since quantitative data for the pretreatment is not available and the disposal recycling life-cycle stages were not considered, estimates were necessary with the various variants for the coating process, including raw material production, application, and the use phase. The following tables depict the calculated inputs and outputs for the variants studied.

Player business sustainable nanodesign in research and development

Starting points for a nano-specific approach to implementing product design criteria can be found, for example, in the VDI (Association of German Engineers) guideline 2243 Recycling-oriented product development (VDI 2002) as well as in handbooks and guidelines on environmental design (Gei ler et al. 1993 Quella 1998 Umweltbundesamt (UBA) 2000).

Thermoelectric Measurements

Thermoelectric measurements have been used for quite some time to identify materials for novel applications, such as refrigeration and waste heat recycling. Now this technique is being used extensively to investigate the properties of carbon. The thermoelectric power is a measure of the electrical potential developed when a temperature gradient (AT) is applied across the sample due to a migration of the higher-energy electrons to the cooler side of the sample. As a result, a potential difference (AV) is set up across the sample, which can be measured. Thermopower is expressed as

The Resource Conservation And Recovery Act Rcra 451 RCRA Statutory and Regulatory Background

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) manages the generation, transport, and disposal and recycling of materials defined as hazardous waste . The EPA is well aware of the potential promise found in nanotechnology applications to detect, monitor, and clean up environmental contaminants Many of the EPA's resources to date have been devoted to this aspect of nanotechnology, as opposed

Investigations 641 Membrane Receptors

In our laboratory, we are investigating odorant receptor mobility and its relation to signaling events (Jacquier et al. 2006). We focused on functional properties and the spatiotemporal distribution of the human olfactory receptor 0R17-40 in living HEK cells using two complementary fluorescence labeling methods GFP-labeling at the intracellular C-terminus and posttranslational ACP-labeling at the extracellular N-terminus. The fluorescent tags did not interfere with the biological function and enabled us to optically distinguish and quantitatively compare surface (ACP label) and total (GFP) receptor pools at any time in living cells. As the small fluorophore added by ACP labeling did not prevent receptor endocytosis, we could reveal constitutive receptor inter-nalization in the absence of an agonist. ACP-labeling allowed imaging of the complex mobility pattern of single OR molecules in the cell membrane. We analyzed the MSD(t) profile of each individual molecule in terms of the...

Various Leitbilder for sustainable nanotechnology development

101 Consistent should be understood here as the qualitative and quantitative embedding of socio-technical metabolism in the natural (Huber 2001). This can be achieved through an opening up of the material and energy flows between technosphere and ecosphere (for example, by transition to regenerative material and energy sources and attention to the biological or photochemical biodegrad-ability of substances), but also through a particularly effective closing off between technosphere and ecosphere. This can be realized by means of closed applications and best containment practices and by the most effective and high-quality recycling (see for example McDonough & Braungart 2002). The resource-efficient nanotechnology Leitbild focuses on the product life cycle. The potential environmental and resource relief in the use phase, for example, should not be thwarted by excessive production costs or by recycling problems or waste disposal. Environmentally friendly manufacturing methods...

Heat Dissipation and the RSFQ Technology

In RSFQ, one might have 9 500 RSFQ logic chips and 2000 fast superconductor memory chips, at an estimated power at 5 K of about 1000 W. The linear size of the computer CPU might be 1 m, corresponding to a speed-of-light time delay of 20 ns. To achieve the reliable cooling of this 1 m core to about 5 K, a closed-cycle (recycling) liquid helium refrigerator would be required, at a total power of about 300 KW. Again neglecting air-conditioning, the annual cost is estimated as 263 000 per year.

Defects in the Embedded Particles and the Matrix

The latter case, the particle does not remain a single crystal anymore. The twin boundaries observed in germanium crystal embedded in an aluminium matrix by Gouthama are a classical example of such a defect 56 . This is shown in Figure 8. In case of Pb particles embedded in an alloyed matrix of Cu and Zn with lower zinc concentration, the particles are cuboctahedron in shape bounded by 111 and 100 facets as shown in Figure 9. High-resolution electron microscopy reveals that the particle-matrix interface in the as-spun sample contains steps of height 0.42-1.9 nm on the 111 planes 57 . Repeated thermal recycling from room temperature to a temperature above the melting point leads to a complete removal of these steps indicating that these stepped structures are of kinetic origin and not geometrical. Recently, a model for the origin of these stepped interfaces has been proposed 58 . At small sizes, the embedded particles sometime exhibit twin or faults particularly if the matrix is rigid....

Life cycle analysis of nanomaterials

Disposal and recycling Behavior during disposal and recycling has not yet been extensively investigated, but release of individual nanoparticles is presumed to be limited. However, one must recognize that only very preliminary knowledge exists concerning this problem. the problem of disposal and recycling is unsolved

Applications of Magnetic Nanocomposites

Fe5o7 Light Absorbtion

Concentrating on environment pollution, pollutants in wastewater effluents from industrial or domestic sources contain plenty of organic chemicals, which must be removed or destroyed before recycling or discharging back to the environment. Ground and surface water may also contain such pollutants and needs proper treatment for sufficient purity for drinking purpose. Pollutant degradation by virtue of photo catalysis is a promising process for treating wastewater. Magnetic photo catalyst is a process, which allows easy recovery of photo catalyst from the treated water by magnetic force. Magnetic iron oxide core coated with titanium dioxide (TiO2) forms the basis for magnetic photo catalyst.

Overconsumption or moderation

On the positive side, nanotechnology may or could have an impact on forcing adjustments, compromises and accommodations by the existing forces driving overconsumption. It requires a rapid growth in a global sense of responsibility. Gardner and Sampat have reasoned that to meet the demands both of global justice and environmental protection the wealthier countries may have to cut their use of materials by as much as 90 per cent (Gardner and Sampat, 1998). On the face of it this would seem impossible. Yet the 'cradle-to-cradle' theory of production might be brought together with the best sustainability concepts of nanotechnology application to move steadily towards such a reduction. In this theory it should be possible to go beyond conventional recycling to perpetual closed loops in which we produce for our needs, even at a high level, and yet have no damaging outputs. One can envisage how the efficiencies of nanotechnologies could be designed into the 'technical metabolism' required,...

Memetics A Potential New Science

As another example, we are only now discovering that many of the genes of an organism code for chaperone proteins that do not have meaning in a particular biological function, but, rather, play a role in molecular recycling and enabling the proteomic networks of molecules to interact in an orderly fashion (Kim et al. 1998). We do not yet understand how a balance is kept within a cell between the evolutionary need for variety and the need to preserve order in systems. Nevertheless, it is likely that in a fast-changing Lamarckian system, such processes become even more important. On the socio-cultural level, religious ideologies appear to have chaperone roles that may help keep individuals focused on important daily activities rather than getting caught up in unsolvable dilemmas and becoming unable to act. Even so, such ideologies cannot become so strict as to eliminate important variety from an evolutionary system. This tradeoff between order and disorder may operate like a regulator...

Nanotechnology hopes doubts and fears

Among the many questions over the realism of the claims made for nano-technology is whether the benefits from using nanomaterials are really much larger than the resource use and environmental impacts associated with producing nanomaterials. To address this question requires an application of life cycle assessment, a well-established tool to evaluate the environmental impacts of the complete supply chain leading up to delivery of a product or service (Baumann and Tillman, 2004). More generally, 'life cycle thinking' refers to the approach of assessing the complete system supplying a product, using it and managing (for example recovering and recycling) the product after use. Life cycle thinking has become a central element of environmental management in the European Union (EU), embedded for example in Integrated Product Policy (CEC, 2003). No systematic life cycle assessment of representative nano-technology products or applications appears to have been reported. The Royal Society...

Catalysis Greening the Pharma Industry

How can we achieve the same end-product using a different set of inputs and reactions such that we eliminate waste from the process By developing new, effective catalysts. Unlike other reagents that participate in a chemical reaction, a catalyst is a substance that is not consumed by the reaction itself. Its role, instead, is to enhance the rate of a desired chemical reaction. Eventually, by reducing waste and the costs associated with disposing of or recycling that waste, this approach to synthetic chemistry based on catalysis ends up saving companies money. In particular, wasteful stoichiometric processes are being replaced with clean catalytic conversions using solid catalysts. This allows elimination of the separation step of the catalyst from the reaction mixture, recovery of the costly catalyst, and fast consecutive conversions with easy separation from the products in the reaction mixture.

Mobility is Important for Cellular Function

For example, after activating cellular signaling events, receptors undergo a number of deactivating processes including desensitization, internalization, degradation, or recycling. Mobility might be different in each of these receptor states and particular ligands or ligand classes might have further specific modulating effects. Further complexities are introduced by the interaction of receptors, signaling complexes, and platforms with intracellular proteins structures such as the cytoskeleton, or with components that modulate internalization and degradation pathways.

Artificial Cell and Red Blood Cell Substitutes

Semipermeable microcapsules containing catalase were implanted into acatalesemic mice, animals with a congenital deficiency in catalase 694 , which replaced the deficient enzymes and prevented the animals from the damaging effects of oxidants. The artificial cells also protected the enclosed enzyme from immunological reactions 695 . The artificial cells containing asparaginase implanted into mice with lymphosarcoma delay the onset and growth of lym-phosarcoma 11, 696 . The microencapsulated phenylalanine ammonia lyase given orally lowered the elevated pheny-lalanine levels in phenylketonuria rats 697 , because of an extensive recycling of amino acids between the body and the intestine 698 , which was developed for clinical trial in phenylketonuria 699 .


Spacecraft Recycling Recycling aboard the spacecraft will be greatly improved by nanotechnology. Recycling at the atomic level will be very efficient and, in closed environments, such as space stations, this will be crucial. Nanotechnol-ogy should also be able to recycle the air efficiently as well, providing a high-quality life support system. Recycling water is also well within the capabilities of nanosystems with all waste molecules being recycled and used elsewhere.

From Earth to Moon

When you homestead your little patch of the Moon, bring along a batch of heavy duty fog as well as special-purpose nanotech power generation and waste recycling equipment. There will be a million and one tasks, of the ordinary yet arduous physical kind, that must be done to set up and maintain a self-sufficient household.

Bending Sidearms

Many MT related activities generate force, locomotion and movement of vesicles and other material axoplasmic transport is one well studied example (Lasek, 1981 Ochs, 1982). Parallel MT within axons are polarized with their fast growing plus-ends distal from the cell body facing the synapse. Force generating sidearms occur about every 16-18 nanometers along MT lengths. These contractile crossbridges generate directional movement of material along MT by undergoing a sequence of conformational changes involving attachment of crossbridges to vesicles, ATP dependent force generation by the crossbridges, and detachment of crossbridges from vesicles. Detachment occurs only at plus ends near synapses. The process is similar to rowing of myosin heads to slide actin and myosin filaments past each other and shorten muscle fibers. MT based dynein activities, however, are far more variable, flexible, and interactive than the repetitive nanoscale events in muscle. For example, in MT dependent...


There are no legal regulations governing the disposal of incandescent lamps, as the environmental impact of almost all substances they contain is negligible due to their nature and the amounts involved. Therefore almost all incandescent lamps are disposed of in the household waste. The disposal of compact fluorescents, however, is regulated. In 1996, the German Waste Avoidance, Recycling and Disposal Act came into effect. It places discharge-type lamps (in the case of disposal and recycling) into the category of waste requiring special attention. The lamps must be collected separately and classified as hazardous waste or be recycled. The regulations governing the disposal of electrical and electronic devices changed in 2002. Following modifications to the European Waste Catalogue, in January 2002, almost all electronic devices and electrical devices are now classified as waste requiring special handling. They may not be disposed of in household or ordinary waste. The fluorescent tube...

Wafer Polishing

RCA Cleaning The RCA cleaning method was developed by the American Corporation RCA in 1970 and instantly adopted by silicon wafer producers worldwide. The process had three steps, beginning with the SC-1 solution, which is comprised of ammonia, hydrogen peroxide, and water, to remove organic impurities and particles from the wafer surface. Next, natural oxides and metal impurities are removed with hydrofluoric acid solution. Then, finally, the SC-2 solution, a mixture of hydrochloric acid and hydrogen peroxide, is put onto the now bare surface and the surface is oxidized. Even now the RCA method is used although concentrations, temperatures, and time adjustments differ among companies, as do the chemical recycling processes and the option to use ultrasonic waves. In general, the number of particles on the surface of the final product does not exceed 10 with diameters larger than 0.16 m particles, with the density of surface metal ions at less than 1010 atoms cm2. Yet nanotechnology...

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