To be a creative thinker with a help of science.
Doing various projects using the modern science and technology.
Prepare nature for better future and experience the power of science.
Step 1: Paper is taken from the bin and deposited in a large recycling container along with paper with other recycling bins.
Step 2: The paper is taken to a recycling plant where it is separated into types and grades.
Step3:The separated paper is then washed with soapy water to remove links, plastic film,Staples and glue. The paper is put into a large holder where it is mixed with water to create ‘slurry’.
Step 4: By adding different materials to the slurry, different paper products can be created, such as cardboard, newsprints or office paper.
Step 5: The slurry is spread using large rollers into larger thin sheets.
Step 6: The paper is left to dry, and then it is rolled up ready to be cut and sent back to the shops.
Hydraulic lifts work on a basic principle: to go up, a pump pushes oil into the cylinder, pushing the piston (which pushes the lift car) up. To go down, the valve opens and oil is allowed to flow back into reservoir, and is pushed back using the gravitational force of the lift car.