Oil is often at the root of many conflicts in our world today, as both an essential resource as well as a finite one. Relations between countries grow tense as oil consumption rises. But where does our oil come from? Here is an infographic that shows you where the United States gets its oil and why gasoline prices can increase.
Have you ever dug a hole on a beach and wondered what you would find if you dug all the way down – the the center of the Earth? Here is an infographic that provides some very interesting details about the Earth’s core that you maybe you haven’t learned yet so far.
As grease and sand trap cleaners, we know a little about grease and oil. But have you ever been curious as to how deep companies drill to find the oil we use for energy, cooking and products? In this infographic, learn about the deepest well on the planet – the Z-44 Chayvo Well.
Did you know that on average, a fast food restaurant can produce 28.5 pounds of grease per day? In the following visual, learn how much grease the average fast food restaurant in the United States produces daily, weekly, monthly, and annually.
Simply Irresistible! Imagine a giant washing machine located underground that purifies and spits the once unclean, now treated and clean out and away, above ground and upon your green lawn.
Plastic pollution is a big problem. It is a problem for animals, for the environment, and for the economy. In order to reduce the damage that plastic pollution does to our world, humanity needs to work together to make surroundings cleaner. The following infographic takes a deeper look at the problem of plastic pollution.
Sand is the second most extracted resource on Earth, this next to water which is first. However, sand is not an infinite resource and we are depleting it at an enormous rate. In this infographic, learn why the world is running out of sand and what we can do about it.
Experts predict that by the year 2050 there will be more plastic garbage in the ocean by weight than fish! What can we do to slow or even stop this process altogether? One solution is to take a closer look at the amount of plastic we use in our everyday lives and be willing to make adjustments to our daily habits in an effort to reduce our own plastic consumption.
The resources, biodiversity, and habitability of Earth are vanishing at a rapid rate. Global warming, plastic pollution, unsustainable fish farming, food waste, air pollution, and , deforestation are just some of the factors that are threatening the planet. The following infographic displays 26 statistics that show the dangers our planet is facing.
In recycling our waste, few understand the journey our trash takes from the trash can to a newly manufactured product made from recycled materials. As opposed to a dual stream recycling process, a single stream process enables one to combine multiple recyclable items into one trash can, simplifying the process and encouraging more people to recycle.
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