During the summer of 2010, environmental organizations around the world collected marine debris from the oceans and sent to home appliance maker Electrolux. From this plastic, unique concept vacuum cleaners -- Vacs from the Sea -- were molded. Each model is made from debris collected from a specific sea. The Vacs are now being put on display to raise awareness around the plastic issue.
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Vac from the Sea is an Electrolux long-term sustainability project with the purpose to raise awareness about the importance of taking care of our plastic waste and our oceans. In this blog, you can follow us and our friends, and share thoughts and ideas on how we can take better care of our oceans. If you have thoughts about this or ideas on what we should write about please get in touch!
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http://www.eventlovershideout.com/2011/07/vac-from-the-sea-electrolux-campaign-for-plastic-waste-management - Vacuum from the Sea is a campaign that roots from the initiative for greener living. The company aims to reform its operations and eventually its consumers to a more responsible approach in dealing with plastics. By raising awareness about the ill effects of irresponsible use and disposal of plastics, the campaign hopes to elicit a more conscious way of living among its market.
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Electrolux is now embarking on a quest. We are going to collect plastic debris from the oceans, and from it, produce a collection of vacuum cleaners -- from the sea. Join us on: http://www.electrolux.com/vacfromthesea
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World champion surfer Layne Beachley teamed up with Electrolux and its global Vac from the Sea initiative to help clean up Australia's iconic beach, Manly, and urge Australians to get serious about plastic recycling and help stop the plastic pollution problem at sea. Environmental group Surfrider, local Northern Beaches students and Manly Mayor, Jean Hay also joined Layne to help gather plastic debris. An Australian Vac from the Sea showcase model will be manufactured from plastic rubbish found in and around Australia's beaches and coastline, including debris collected from Manly. For more information about the Vac from the Sea initiative, please visit www.electrolux.com.au
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The new Electrolux Green Range will result in a cleaner world -- one sweep at a time. For each vacuum cleaner sold, part of sales will be donated to organizations Algalita and 5 Gyres, supporting them in marine plastic research and sampling plastic debris from the world's oceans. The partnership is a continuation of the project Vac from the Sea and Electrolux' commitment to bring awareness to the problem of plastic pollution in our oceans. The cause will conduct research by, for instance collecting water samples from the world's oceans in order to analyze plastic pollution and its severe effects on the marine environment. Electrolux is devoted to constantly maximize its use of post-consumer materials in its products. The energy efficient Green Range vacuum cleaners are made from up to 70% post consumer plastic. Electrolux' vision is 100% and to reach it, the current availability of such high grade material needs to grow. Ironically while it is hard to find good quality plastic material on land, plastic patches, some the size of continents are floating around in the world oceans. To raise awareness about this plastic paradox, Electrolux initiated the project Vac from the Sea in 2010, and embarked on a quest to create a limited number of concept vacuum cleaners, made using plastic trash collected from the world oceans. These concept vacuum cleaners -- the Vacs from the Sea -- have reached millions of people through global media coverage, received environmental awards, and are currently on a world tour where they are being exhibited to the public and decision makers. Now consumers can make a difference through something which is already part of their lives -- cleaning their home. Electrolux has a green quest to one day produce a vacuum cleaner made from 100% post consumer plastics. In only three years, through technological breakthroughs and working closely together with suppliers of high grade recycled plastics, Electrolux has managed to get the maximum rate up from 55 to 70%. Through the Vac from the Sea initiative, dialogue between the plastic industry and Electrolux has intensified and the global home appliance manufacturer continues its commitment to reaching the 100% goal. Visit AEG Electrolux at: http://aeg.co.za/
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Vac for the Sea -- Help clean the oceans while cleaning your home Our oceans are full of plastic. At the same time there is a shortage of recycled plastic on land. To raise awareness around this "plastic paradox", Electrolux initiated the project Vac from the Sea and gathered plastic waste from five oceans from which they built five unique vacuum cleaners. So far the project has engaged over 170 million people worldwide. Vac for the Sea is part of this global initiative. Electrolux makes vacuum cleaners from recycled plastic -- the Electrolux Green Range. For every Green Range vacuum cleaner sold, a contribution is made to Algalita and 5 Gyres, the leading research organizations on the issue of marine plastic pollution. Help fight plastic pollution in our oceans -- one vacuum cleaner at a time. See movies about Vac from the Sea: Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIlWzZo0fvo Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAetcxXJRME Follow the Vac from the Sea project: http://www.electrolux.com/vacfromthesea Learn more about Algalita, 5 Gyres and their efforts to fight plastic pollution: http://www.algalita.org http://www.5gyres.org
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Electrolux s'est récemment rendu en mer du Nord sur un bateau de pêche. Et il y avait une bonne raison ! Avec les déchets plastiques qui ont été repêchés, deux aspirateurs ont été fabriqués. Electrolux montre ainsi que les déchets plastiques n'ont rien à faire dans la mer mais qu'ils peuvent être parfaitement recyclés en biens durables. Plus d'infos sur http://newsroom.electrolux.com/be-fr
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Une production durable d'appareils économes en énergie est l'un des objectifs d'Electrolux. Avec la production d'aspirateurs fabriqués avec des déchets flottant dans la mer, ce fabricant suédois s'attaque en même temps au problème de la soupe de plastique. Electrolux a lancé en 2010 l'opération « Vac from the Sea ». Avec ce projet, Electrolux utilise des déchets de la mer pour la production d'un certain nombre d'aspirateurs emblématiques. Ces aspirateurs sont un symbole de la nécessité de ne pas polluer la mer encore davantage et de recycler encore plus de plastique.
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Have you guys noticed that there are different versions of Merlin engines? Here is why. Follow me @ LeiCreatives Music: www.soundcloud.com/bluewednesday
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Een duurzame productie van energiezuinige toestellen is één van de doelstelling van Electrolux. Met de productie van stofzuigers, gemaakt met afval uit zee, doet deze Zweedse producent tegelijk iets aan het probleem van de plasticsoep. Electrolux lanceerde in 2010 'Vac from the Sea'. Met dit project gebruikt Electrolux afval uit zee voor de productie van een aantal iconische stofzuigers. Deze staan symbool voor de nood om de zee niet nog meer te belasten en meer plastic te recycleren. Meer info op http://newsroom.electrolux.com/be-nl
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An innovative new anti-pollution ship has hit the high seas off western France. The 'Catamar' can collect debris and more importantly help clean up oil pollution that destroys flora and fauna along the coastline.
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Sea-maid vacuum sealer is made by Shenzhen Jiuxiang Electric Appliance Co.,Ltd . It's a big manufacture in Shenzhen China The Sea-Maid vacuum sealer kit contain : 1* Sea-maid vacuum sealer 1*22cm*5m roll bag 1* lower gasket 5* 25*30cm bag 1* Suction hose 1* Charging wire 1* User Manual 1* QC card 1* Gift box It's 100-240v , 100w, 50HZ. for all over the world If you want to know more the company. pls visit the website:www.sea-maid.com . if you want to purchase it, pls go to the Amazon after at 11/20/2016.good home appliance for all family if you are wholesales, pls contact : [email protected]
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This video goes through how to clearn the inside of your engine via the vacuum tubes for a Toyato Tundra 2000 with 93,000 miles.
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Learn about the highest possible amount of vacuum pressure and what causes it. Learn how it changes at different elevations. See this and over 140+ engineering technology simulation videos at http://www.engineertech.org. Simulations provided free under a Department of Labor grant awarded Eastern Iowa Community Colleges. To learn more visit http://www.eicc.edu.
Just before pouring the cast, shows the shop vac and duct tape. I also used a half sheet sander to vibrate the skin and that worked great, air bubbles kept rising to the top the whole time, also the cast flowed with the vibration, while pouring the wings the cast flowed to much I had to stop vibrating it.
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My car was idling lower and a little rough so I put the sea foam in to see if it would help at all. There's other ways like putting in your gas tank and in your oil. Also you can get the spray kind and spray it into your air intake. I'm not a car guy so if I sound uneducated at all of this, it's because I am. I'm just trying to make videos here and there to help people with the problems I've had with my 2007 pt cruiser.
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Pouring sea cast transom core material using a vacuum assisted method. After watching resin infusion and vacuum bagging techniques I applied the method to sea cast pouring. It worked like a dream. Styrene vapors are combustable so I suggest you use a vacuum like the one a boiler tech would use, Ignition protected motor, or explosion proof. Vacuum infusion really is the way to go, I dont think you will see another video that makes seacast pouring look so easy and clean. The pourablity characteristic is the worst thing about it. Dont cut back the fiberglass content to get it to flow better. THANKS FOR WATCHING
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This large vegetarian mammal is a relative of the manatee and is thought to have inspired the myths behind mermaids. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: http://bit.ly/DestinationWild About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram The Dugong: the Ocean's Vacuum Cleaner | Wild Egypt https://youtu.be/9aBNLa--uR4 Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
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We've had this vacuum sealer for some time. It was sent to us by the folks at Sea-Maid, who have asked us to try out the product and give it a review on our YouTube channel. So, after a few months of putting it to work, here's my review of this handy little vacuum sealer. If you'd like to learn more about it, check out the manufacturer's website at: http://www.sea-maid.com You can also find these on Amazon.ca, here: http://a.co/ceNEn0Y Thank you for watching the Homestead Chronicles. Be sure to visit our home page, at: http://www.virtualskyhomestead.com for more on what we're doing and how we're progressing, out on our homestead.
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Sea Foamed Honda Accord. Blew lots of white smoke after adding to brake booster line. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes after adding to warm engine. Seemed to work. Ran a lot smoother and idled better after the SeaFoam.
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Scotoplanes, commonly known as the sea pig, is a genus of deep-sea sea cucumbers of the family Elpidiidae, order Elasipodida. Members of the Elpidiidae have particularly enlarged tube feet that have taken on a leg-like appearance, using water cavities within the skin to inflate and deflate the appendages. Scotoplanes live on deep ocean bottoms, and obtain food by extracting organic particles from deep-sea mud. Scotoplanes globosa has been observed to demonstrate strong preferences for rich, organic food that has freshly fallen from the ocean's surface, and uses olfaction to locate preferred food sources such as whale corpses. Yes, sea pigs actually exist It's an alien, it's a cucumber, no — it's the sea pig! It's hard to imagine something small and pink that snarfles its way across the ocean floor like a pig in a pen, but here it is. Sea pigs are sea cucumbers, a class of animals called echinoderms that also includes sea urchins and starfish. . Sea pigs are found in all of the oceans of the world While you might not have heard of them before, they're actually all over the place — well, as long as it's very cold and very deep. They've been found as far as 3.7 miles under the ocean surface. Encyclopedia of Life notes that they "are restricted to deep and cold parts of the world ocean, where they are the dominant large animals in most areas, often comprising more than 95 percent of the total weight of animals on the deep-sea floor." Sea pigs are scavengers These small creatures prefer an easy meal, mostly one that they don't have to catch. While it sounds lazy, this scavenging is actually a great service for the ocean ecosystem, as sea pigs act like vacuum cleaners tidying up the ocean floor. If there's a carcass that sinks to the floor, there's likely a little herd of piggies zeroing in on it for lunch. Australian Geographic notes, "Sea pigs can congregate in enormous numbers when there’s a meal to be had — biologists have spotted herds of 300-600 individuals, and weirdly enough, they all face in the same direction, presumably to take advantage of the detritus floating in the current." They're also like earthworms The comparison of Scotoplanes to land-dwelling creatures doesn't stop at barnyard animals. Marine biologist David Pawson of the National Museum of Natural History compares them to another weird but helpful animal. WIRED explains: When they’re not gobbling marine snow or the occasional whale juice, sea pigs are going after all kinds of microbes on the seafloor. Which is just as well, because such microbes are consuming a whole lot of oxygen down there. When the sea pigs pass this microbial mud through their digestive system, they of course absorb all the good nutrients, but also themselves end up adding oxygen back into the muck and pooping it out on the seafloor. "They're like earthworms," says Pawson. "They sort of process the deep-sea mud and make it livable for other animals because they've increased the amount of available oxygen in it." They've got crabs (in a good way) Sea pigs aren't the only ones making a life at the bottom of the ocean. Baby king crabs make a go of growing up there as well. And those baby crabs, an easy meal for predators, need protectors. They find just such a protector in the unlikely shape of a sea pig. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute reports that in 2011, researchers noticed baby king crabs clinging to quite a few sea pigs. In reviewing footage of other deep sea creatures, they witnessed this savvy survival strategy: All in all, the researchers examined about 2,600 sea cucumbers and found that almost one quarter of them carried crabs. Virtually all of the crabs were juveniles of a species of king crab called Neolithodes diomedeae. The researchers were surprised to discover that virtually all (96 percent) of the juvenile Neolithodes crabs they saw in deep muddy-bottom areas were clinging to sea pigs.
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Just a quick video on the sea-maid vacuum sealer, just testing the boil in the bag rice and things you can use. The list is endless A video is to follow very soon on the marinade attachment. Thanks for watching Check out sea-maid you wont regret it www.sea-maid.com
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Album: Your Whole is Leading up to This Writers: Wollbeck &Lindblom Producers: Wollbeck & Lindblom Web: http://vacuum-music.com 2004 Lyrics: Oh my love I know him well Now we share a common ground Up until the point I fell Life was no where to be found When I cry In a sea of silence Why In a world of darkness I need a beacon in the night Hear the sound Of a rolling thunder rain To be warm again and I need a beacon in the night Cos everybody else is warm but me From a lonely point of view I search my inner state of mind Take a step and dive into Love is all and love is found
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In this video we show how to process your catch out on the water while still keeping gear fishing. Processing your catch at sea allows you to spend more time fishing and this is a good way to add one or two extra fish to your day's catch. On this day we were able to land an extra coho. Another day we got a 22lb Chinook while processing our catch. This also keeps us out of the bugs at the dockside cleaning stations and we have no mess at home to clean up because the processing is all done, just throw the packages into the deepfreeze when we get there! ***It Is important to follow the local regulations for fish processing to ensure that the catch is cut and packaged in accordance with the rules, so that a Fisheries Officer can check and identify the catch and the number of fish. Check our website for more great fishing tips. Tight Lines...FishinBC.COM Check out our video and join FishinBC - SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more action, adventures, fishing fails, and updates. ABOUT US: FishinBC.COM is for people like you. It brings the stuff you want to see - sportfishing action - salmon halibut lingcod snapper, crab, prawns and shellfish. We show wildlife encounters - whales, eagles, bears, sea lions. We show westcoast scenery, amazing sunsets, beaches, mountains, and landforms. We provide tips and techniques to explain how to fish and how to use gear and tech. Best of all we give our epic fishing fails. We are fishing BC and our information is relevant to fishing in Alaska, BC, Washington, Oregon, and California. SUBSCRIBE: to FishinBC.COM - Join us and support us. More support allows us to put up more content. Recommend us to your friends. http://www.FishinBC.com http://www.youtube.com/FishinBCdotcom http://www.facebook.com/FishinBCdotcom http://twitter.com/FishinBCdotcom Stop by often for updates and enjoy the scenic beauty and relaxation of the pacific westcoast with captain crew and guests onboard the 21' Seaswirl Striper "Hooked".
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