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edible-oil

  Edible Oils  Cooking oil is plant, animal, or synthetic fat used in frying, baking, and other types of cooking. It is also used in food preparation and flavouring not involving heat, such as salad dressings and bread dips, and in this sense might be more accurately termed edible oil. Cooking oil is typically a liquid at room …

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Soybean

  Soybean Soybeans were introduced into the United States in 1804 and became particularly important in the South and Midwest in the mid-20th century. Canada, Brazil and Argentina are also major producers.The soybean is an erect branching plant and can reach more than 2 metres (6.5 feet) in height. In the United States the majority of soybean …

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Water Purifucation

  Central Water Purification System :- In developed countries throughout the world, the water leaving municipal water treatment plants is generally in good condition. However, the water typically must travel tens/autonomous bodies if not hundreds of miles in underground water delivery pipes before it reaches homes/apartments. Along the way, the treated water can become contaminated with …

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Waste Paper

  Waste Paper Industrialized paper making has an effect on the environment both upstream (where raw materials are acquired and processed) and downstream (waste-disposal impacts). Today, 40% of paper pulp is created from wood (in most modern mills only 9-16% of pulp is made from pulp logs; the rest comes from waste wood that was …

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Plastic Resins

  Plastic Resins Plastic resins are made by heating hydrocarbons in what is known as the "cracking process." The goal here is to break down the larger molecules into ethylene, propylene, and other types of hydrocarbons. The amount of ethylene produced depends on the cracking temperature. Once the cracking process has been completed, the compounds …

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Chickpeas

   Chickpeas Several varieties of chickpea are cultivated throughout the world. Bengal gram or 'Desi chana' is probably the earliest variety because it closely resembles both seeds found on archaeological sites and the wild plant ancestor of domesticated chickpeas, Cicer reticulatum, which only grows in southeast Turkey, where chickpeas are believed to have originated. 'Desi …

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Suger

  Sugar Refined sugar is made from raw sugar that has undergone a refining process to remove the molasses. Raw sugar is sucrose which is extracted from sugarcane or sugar beet. While raw sugar can be consumed, the refining process removes unwanted tastes and results in refined sugar or white sugar. Refined sugar is widely …

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Scrap Metal

  Ferrous Scrap Metal Ferrous metals are able to be recycled, with steel being one of the most recycled materials in the world. Ferrous metals contain an appreciable percentage of iron and the addition of carbon and other substances creates steel. The steel industry has been actively recycling for more than 150 years, in large …

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Corn

  Yellow Corn/Maize Yellow Corn/Maize -  is by far the largest component of global coarse-grain trade, accounting for about three-quarters of total volume in recent years. (Coarse grains make up a common trade category that includes corn, sorghum, barley, oats, and rye.) Most of the corn that is traded is used for feed; smaller amounts are traded for industrial …

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wheat

  Wheat  Wheat is probably the most common cereal available all over the world and is in even higher demand in recent years due to its abundant health benefits. Over the years, it has shown itself to be one of the most successful and sustainable cereals crops in the world. It originated in southwestern Asia, but today it …

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