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Arizona Polymer Flooring : Arizona Polymer Flooring Announces Ed Doyle as Sales Representative for the Rocky Mountain Region

Posted on 8/7/2013 at 08:40 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

As a sales representative, he will assist contractors and architects in selecting the right protective coatings and flooring systems to suit their needs, and offer accompanying technical support. Prior to joining APF, Doyle held national sales positions with Comex Group and Kwal Paint Company, where he assisted with sales, customer service, new product testing and development, and coating inspections, among other technical and support services. Doyle is a Certified Coating Inspector Level III with the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. He is also a member of the Society for Protective Coatings. He is based in Colorado. APF serves contractors, architects and end users nationwide with industrial, commercial and residential flooring systems. Distributors are located in 19 states. To learn more, visit www.apfepoxy.com . About Arizona Polymer Flooring Founded in 1985, Arizona Polymer Flooring (APF) manufactures high-performance flooring products and concrete coatings systems using advanced polymer chemistry.
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Concrete Sustainability Hub names Jeremy Gregory as executive director

Posted on 8/7/2013 at 08:36 - 0 Comments - Post Comment - Link

Will SBY?s conference on asylum seekers lead to concrete changes?

(The hubs acronym is a play on the calcium silicate hydrate of cements nanostructure.) Concrete is the most widely used building material on Earth. But the production of cement its basic building block at the nanoscale accounts for about 5 percent of the worlds total carbon dioxide emissions. One goal of the research center is to find ways of reducing that carbon footprint through manipulation of the material at the nanoscale and through more sustainable practices in use of the material. Gregory has led the research and development and implementation efforts of the CSHubs life-cycle assessment and life-cycle costs analysis teams for the past two years. He previously worked as a research scientist in the Engineering Systems Division, and has done studies on the life-cycle environmental impacts for pavements and conventional and electric vehicles, on recycling systems and on material availability in supply chains. He received a BS from Montana State University-Bozeman in 1998, the an MS from MIT in 2000 and a PhD from MIT in 2004, all in mechanical engineering.
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Then they would actually have to DO what they had promised. Well be waiting a long time to make a judgement on how meaningful this initiative turns out to be. Indonesia itself could be giving greater assistance. For example many people who end up as asylum seekers in Australia arrive by regular means into Indonesia, with documents. Better sharing of data by Indonesia (and Malaysia too) could help a good deal with the problem of lack of documentation. The Indonesian relationship is now heavily in the mix of the asylum seeker argument, with Rudd asserting Abbotts policy of returning boats would lead to diplomatic conflict, and hinting at worse.
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