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Old 2021-02-11, 23:47   #12
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Two 25 minute listens.
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Old 2021-02-12, 01:01   #13
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Years ago, a factory I worked at decided to build an outdoor shelter so people could go out during decent weather. They ordered four picnic tables to go inside. The tables arrived in wooden crates with steel banding. I did not understand the packing until I read the weight. 750 pounds, (340 kg), each. They were made of recycled plastic milk and water containers with brown dye added. After assembly, the maintenance guys had to place the tables with a forklift. They had a rough texture, not shiny. It would take a lot of gallon containers to make something so heavy. A good application.
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Here is a discussion with someone inside the industry

NothingWasted! Episode 94: Innovating with Bottle-to-Bottle Recycling
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A good application.
There are marine grade pilings made out of mixed recycled plastics. There is a company that makes toys for little kids out of recycled milk jugs. And when you are done with the toys, they will recycle them.
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Then correct me...
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you are off by two orders of magnitude.
What I can do more is to provide links to what "order of magnitude" means, and to multiplication tables in base 10.

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