When disposable nappies first entered the market they were not popular. It is SAPs (superabsorbent polyacrylate) that revolutionised single-use nappies. SAPs are the superabsorbent gel micro plastic pellets that you can see on your baby’s skin when you leave a disposable on for too long. 634 more words
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This dream took place inside a fictional windowless house that somewhat reminded me of a fictional larger version of The E House (the now abandoned house that belonged to my grandparents on my mom’s side of the family), and it probably took place during the night because we were trying to sleep. 1,486 more words
January 23, 1913: Two articles in Engineering News.
“Night Soil Incinerating Furnace at a Contractor’s Camp.” By Arthur W. Tidd, “The new 500-million-gallons-daily Catskill water-system for New York City, now being built by the Board of Water Supply, necessitates that construction work shall be carried on from the Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskill Mountains to New York City, a distance of approximately 100 miles. 467 more words