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Hi-tech passion lead an Oregon woman to giving recycled computers to the needy. Now Lorraine Kerwood runs a major not-for-profit and gives thousands of items away each year. Hattie Kauffman reports. Lorraine Kerwood  (CBS/EARLY SHOW) (CBS)  A Eugene, Oregon woman with autism has just been named a hero in the annual Volvo for Life Awards, and will be getting a check for $100,000. Lorraine Kerwood didn't let autism stop her as she channeled her passion for fixing computers into the non-profit operation, NextStep Recycling . Hattie Kauffman profiled her on The Early Show Friday. To see Kauffman's report , . ...
NGC 6326, a planetary nebula with glowing wisps of outpouring gas that are lit up by a central star nearing the end of its life. A planetary nebula is an emission nebula consisting of an expanding glowing shell of ionized gas ejected during the asymptotic giant branch phase of certain types of stars late in their life. 1 This name originated with their first discovery in the 18th 2 century because of their similarity in appearance to giant planets when viewed through small optical telescopes, and is otherwise unrelated to the planets of the solar system. 3 They are a relatively short-lived phenomenon, lasting a few tens of ...
The Brian Lehrer Show: Joe the Recycler - WNYC
Interesting show. However, one significant concern that I have, and this is based on listening to Van Jones, the This American Life crew reporting on the economic collapse, "Club For Growth" boosters like Steve Moore is this: +In 10 years, the caulking gun toting "Joe the Recycler" with a high school degree and 2 years of community college will still only be earning $12 per hour at "Wal-Mart Energy Inc". His kids, who were born at "Walton Maternity Suites" will get some sort of chronic illness. Joe's "Walt-Care" health insurance with it's $5,000 deducible will push him into needing another exploding rate home equity ... market research, surveys and trends
Old Stuff New Money – Selling Your Antiques and Collectibles with ...
A 5-pound cell phone from the 90s, on the other hand, (which looks more like a Ghostbuster’s Proton Pack than a phone), not so much. A gorgeous pre-American stove is perfect! A piece of baklava that’s been in the back of your fridge since your 8th birthday, not so perfect. A turn-of-the-century armoire that belonged to your grandma is something that would sell fast! Trying to sell your grandma herself might not go over so well. . . you get the point. Sell Your Antiques With Three Easy Steps 1. ) Choose your ad package: FREE online advertising base, online advertising has increased; Free online and print ... market research, surveys and trends


American Recycler, June 2009
Peninsula Packaging, LLC uses the equivalent of 1.2 billion plastic bottles annually in its production of plastic packaging at its plants in Exeter, California and Raleigh, North Carolina. The firm, based in Exeter, uses #1 plastic exclusively and is a major purchaser of flake on the west coast. Nearly 50 percent of the material used to make plastic is flake and the company is seeking to increase that percentage. “Why are we not 100 percent?” asked Ed Byrne, Peninsula’s general manager. “It is because the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
American Recycler, May 2010 | Current scrap market on upswing
The state of scrap metal is a whole lot better than it was a year ago, but not nearly as good as many would like because of difficulties in acquiring material and flat, uncertain market conditions. Nevertheless, scrap metal has rebounded to stronger levels as the economy is beginning to recover. “The weather has improved and that has helped improve business and commodity prices are up. The bigger question unfortunately, is that there is a bit of scarcity of material out there,” commented Greg Dixon, general manager of Baker Iron and Metal, the largest scrap metal dealer in central Kentucky with yards in Lexington and Morgan, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Bert's Mega Mall: Pre-owned powerhouse
we examine one of the industry’s few bright spots: the pre-owned market. Dealers share how they’ve been moving used metal. In anticipation of this special magazine section, here is what Ron Seidner, owner of legendary Bert’s Mega Mall in Covina, Calif., had to say about selling pre-owned units. He’s an expert at maximizing profits while minimizing liability. On average, Bert’s Mega Mall is now retailing about 100 used units per month, a rate slower than it experienced in 2007, when it sold 1,700 for the year. Then, as now, used units comprise roughly 15 percent of its total unit volume. The store is ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Green Goat Gallery hosts folk art show
Saturday, from 6-8:30 p.m., The Green Goat Gallery will host the opening of its second annual folk art show, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Featuring an eclectic quintet of North Carolina artists including Salisbury’s own Lisa and Tim Kluttz and John Morehead, the show includes vibrant paintings, woodcarvings, whimsical sculpture, pottery, and enamel metalwork. Lisa and Tim Kluttz, owners of St. Peter’s Farm, have been collaborating on their vibrant paintings on found wood for more than a decade. Inspired by the outsider art collection at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues, the Kluttzes’ work has been showcased throughout the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Study on Coupling Issues in the Recycler at Fermilab
Coupling issues have been studied in the Recycler. Ring at Fermilab. Single turn injection studies show that field errors and misalignment data do not ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
03/09/2010: Mid-Atlantic Region Gets First Certified Electronics ...
Through a brand new electronics recycling certification program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is taking steps to ensure that electronics recyclers adhere to highly protective standards for workers and the environment in processing pre-owned electronics. This new certification process also means that recycled materials will not be shipped overseas without the consent of the designated country. Three companies nationwide have received this new designation – called Responsible Recycling Practices Certification. The first, and only certified recycler in the mid-Atlantic region is E-structors, Inc. of Elkridge, Md. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Alignment Concept For The Fermilab Recycler Ring Using ...
The Recycler Ring is designed to have exactly the same radius as the Main Injector. Figures 3 and 4 show the beam's eye, plan, and elevation views of both ...
How do you FIND the Recycler Virus/Worm on your computer? - Yahoo ...
Ok, so I've seen what seems like a million websites about how to "delete" the Recycler. Okay, that's all very nice but how do I FIND the Recycler?! I'm going to get a new computer soon, so I wanted to mess with this computer so that I can maybe find a new way to actually delete the Recycler. Since I won't have any risks to WHATEVER happens to this computer. Please help =) 4 months ago Member since: February 24, 2010 Total points: 2444 (Level 3) The process involves risks of hampering system files. So before execution, make sure that you know what you are doing. First explore your "Folder ...
How do I repair the self-propelled feature on the Toro Recycler ...
Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse | Find messages by this author I have a toro 21" recycler--self propelled rear wheel drive. the right side wheel is turning faster than the left side wheel--resulting in the mower pushing to the left. I looked at my parts list for this mower. it's obviously a drivetrain problem. could it be a bad gear or clutch? Reply Rate this post: From: jim - view profile Date: Sat, Apr 17 2004 12:30 am Groups: Not yet rated Rating: show options Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show ...