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    Reuse of asset architecture for some system can maximize company investment. Reused- based software engineering is a software engineering approach where the development process is geared to reusing recent software. One of the best efficient approaches to reuse is to create software product line engineering or application families. In recent years, software reusability has emerged as promising reusability approach, which brings out some important benefits such as increasing reusability of its core

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    website and learn about “Reduce and Reuse” , “Composting” and “Recycling” : http://www.epa.gov/osw/conserve/rrr/ I have loaded the website “http://www.epa.gov/osw/conserve/rrr/ “ and read through he material. Are any of these options and/or types of programs available in YOUR local community/village/town? Which ones? Explain. Yes many of these are available in my local area. I will cover each in turn as all of these are available in my area. Reduce and Reuse There are a number of charities and

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    Adaptive Reuse

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    that lead to a recession in the economy. That price tag can steer you away from that dream home, but many designers and architects are finding techniques to lower costs with producing a well built affordable home. One of those techniques is Adaptive Reuse, which is the process to refurbish an old abandoned building for the purpose of residential or business with keeping intact its cultural value. The goals of all these techniques is to provide more affordable housings that meet the needs of the public

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    Architectural Reuse

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    C. Architectural Reuse People are happiest in buildings where change occurs at every scale from weeks to centuries. Such buildings are fractals in time. —Stewart Brand Architectural reuse processes include adaptive reuse, conservative disassembly, and reusing salvaged materials. This definition is broad and inclusive permitting many different interpretations; however, the underlying objective is that architectural reuse be understood as an evolutionary process occurring over time. Figure 29:

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    Disposing Essay

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    Question #2 I think that electronic makers should be responsible for disposing of them in an environmentally friendly way. I know there are places that you can drop off old phones at, but they are not many of those locations and not everyone is aware of them. These drop offs are typically to donate the phone that are then given to people in need. In today’s world where everything is so heavily technological, it is important that we learn how to properly dispose of them when they can no longer be

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    CONTENT ABSTRACT AIMS AND OBJECTIVES RESEARCH METHODOLOGY CHAPTER 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Definition of Adaptive Reuse 1.2 Causes to Adaptive Reuse Today 1.3 Adaptive Reuse Project in Malaysia 2.0 BENEFITS 2.1 Social Benefit 2.2 Environmental Benefit 2.3 Economy Benefit 2.4 Building Technology 3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY/ CASE STUDIES 4.0 CONCLUSION LIST OF TABLES LIST OF FIGURES REFERENCES ABSTRACT Nowadays

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    Recycling Made Simple Essay

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    in the context of recycling. Reduce, reuse, and recycle, “The 3Rs are meant to be a hierarchy, in order of importance.”(Wikipedia). This plan has become the base of the EPA’s push to have recycling taken seriously for the past decade. The first, and most important ‘R’, is reduce. It is important to reduce the amount of byproducts that leave your home because it helps cut down on pollution caused by reprocessing the recyclable materials. The next ‘R’ is reuse. Things such as glass bottles can be washed

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    instead. If we recycle just one ton of the material, we can save over 9 cubic yards of landfill space. This is why it is one of the key components of achieving a zero landfill waste stream. Zero landfill waste streams rely heavily on recycling and reuse to divert materials from landfills, finding new uses for the unwanted products. It does not seek to obtain the loftier goal of zero waste, but more simply, preventing the trash that is generated from ever reaching the dump. In this way, zero landfill

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    Dialyzer Persuasive Essay

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    The job is with many responsibilities and could be dangerous if staff isn 't fully diligent. Many of the clinics reuse filters and risk harm to patients and

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    because of the many ways it can help our environment. In this essay, I will argue why it should be mandatory that states require citizens to recycle, the positive effects it has on our environment and how it can help the economy. Recycling is when one reuses materials in existing products to create new products. Recycling is one way to conserve

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