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 Stay hydrated when touring Jamaa with this personalized Animal Jam Swimming Fun Water Bottle.
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Water bottles are made of completely recyclable polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastics, but , which means they break down into smaller fragments over time. Those fragments absorb toxins that pollute our waterways, contaminate our soil, and sicken animals (which we then eat). Plastic trash also absorbs organic pollutants like BPA and PCBs. They may take centuries to decompose while sitting in landfills, amounting to endless billions of little environmentally poisonous time bombs.
I went to visit my Mom today and it was activity time at the Nursing Care Facility. Today we are making Water Bottle Animals.
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It is this same kindness that Turkish company Pugedon aims to tap into with its street recycle-bin-kibble-dispenser. The device encourages passersby to recycle and look at our animal co-inhabitants with different eyes. The principle of the machine is very simple – it has containers for water (you can pour the remaining water from your bottle before recycling it) and for dog food. A fixed ratio of kibbles is dispensed when a bottle is recycled. The project is independent from the government and covers the cost of the food with the recycled bottles. Finish up your animal sock cozy by adding any extra details. Then slide it over your favorite water bottle and fill with an icy cold drink!
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The benefits of the vending machine are supposed to be two fold: encourage recycling and feed the city's strays. Recycling is put on top and food is dispensed out the bottom within easy reach for animals in need. There's even a water dish attached so users can pour the remaining water from a plastic bottle before recycling it. The recycled bottles are supposed to cover the cost of the food.The Basic Theory: In a closed system, like the one in your bottle, you will need to establish an ecological balance in order for all of your organisms to survive and reproduce. The selection of which organisms to use, and how many to begin with, is important, because, for example, if you have too many animals consuming oxygen and not enough plants producing it, the animals will die. If you have too many plants and not enough animals that eat them, the plants may become overcrowded and die. Plants take carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air and, by a process called photosynthesis, use the energy from sunlight to take those carbons and string them together to make sugars (plant food), releasing the oxygen (O2) as a waste product. Animals use oxygen as part of the process of metabolism (releasing energy from food). Plants and animals are therefore mutualistic; in the right balance, they help each other survive because they each produce what the other needs, and they each use up what the other doesn't need. (Now it's actually a bit more complicated, because plants only produce oxygen when they have light, and they consume oxygen in the dark.) Plants also absorb chemical nutrients like nitrogen (proteins are mostly made of nitrogen and carbon, so dead animals enrich the soil for the plants), phosphorus, and potassium from the soil through their roots. Animals consume the plants (or other animals) and produce wastes that bacteria break down into the nutrients the plants can reuse. Water is consumed by both plants and animals, but is also excreted, purified, and reused. When plants and animals die, they are broken down by decomposer organisms like bacteria and fungi, and the chemicals that were part of their bodies are recycled back into new living things. The only inputs from outside are heat and light, and the whole system should be able to recycle everything else and be self-sustaining across many generations. The earth is a self-sustaining ecosystem that has lasted for billions of years.I went to visit my Mom today and it was activity time at the Nursing Care Facility. Today we are making Water Bottle Animals. I am not sure what kind of animal this little guy is …but hey, he sure is cute! Or is he? In any case, I thought this would be a fun, easy project for…A sipper water bottle is a type of used to dispense for certain including , , , , , and other small animals. Typically a sipper bottle consists of a portion used to contain the water, a plastic cap, and a tube with a inside.