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theGeotechnica – Issue No.22: June 2013

June 2013

- Gabions Go Green – Writing on behalf of geotechnical specialists Maccaferri is Jeff Laverack of Holmes Media. This month Jeff writes to theGeotechnica as Maccaferri unveil their latest innovation – an environmentally friendly polymer coating system to compliment their well-established gabion walls. 164 more words


theGeotechnica – Issue No.21: May 2013

May 2013

- Marchetti DMT’s Seismic Dilatometer – An of the overview of the presentation given by Dr Sara Amoroso of Marchetti DMT on the Dilatometer, delivered on an Equipe Training Technical Seminar in February 2013. 256 more words


theGeotechnica – Issue No.20: April 2013

April 2013

- The Self-Boring Pressuremeter: Part 2 – Part Two of the overview of the presentations given by Clive Dalton and Robert Whittle of Cambridge Insitu on the Self-Boring Pressuremeter, delivered on an Equipe Training Technical Seminar in February 2013. 195 more words


theGeotechnica – Issue No.17: January 2013

January 2013

- Ground Hazards in the UK – Dr Jackie Skipper of the Geotechnical Consulting Group discusses the many ground hazards that face geotechnical companies in the UK and what can be done to forsee them. 147 more words


Don't You Trash Talk Me!

There was a time when we didn’t think about water pollution, chemicals, contaminants, toxic levels of “this” and “that”.  Now, we think twice before flushing down our expired prescriptions or tossing out old batteries (right?). 252 more words

Goji Berries – The Elixir of Youth

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The Chinese have traditionally known the medicine values of Goji berries.

Eating these berries on a regular basis supplies antioxidant and anti aging effects, protect the liver; supports eye health and enhance vision, strengthen the immune system and build formidable body and promote cardiovascular health. 520 more words



Importance of Good Water

Everybody knows water is essential to our survival. The Earth needs it, and we need it. Water is all around us and in us, but still, most take it for granted. 1,213 more words