Animal plantation – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 16:13:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-14.png Animal plantation – Malcolm Blue Farm http://malcolmbluefarm.com/ 32 32 Plantation Shutter Market – North American Industry https://malcolmbluefarm.com/plantation-shutter-market-north-american-industry/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:57:02 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/plantation-shutter-market-north-american-industry/ New York, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Plantation Shutters Market – North America Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2022-2026” – https:/ /www.reportlinker.com/p06317823/?utm_source=GNW The report provides the plantation shutter market revenue for the period 2017-2031, considering 2021 as the base year and 2031 as the […]]]>

New York, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Plantation Shutters Market – North America Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2022-2026” – https:/ /www.reportlinker.com/p06317823/?utm_source=GNW
The report provides the plantation shutter market revenue for the period 2017-2031, considering 2021 as the base year and 2031 as the forecast year.

The report also provides the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR%) of the Plantation Shutters market from 2022 to 2031.

The report has been prepared after extensive research. Primary research involved the bulk of research efforts, in which analysts conducted interviews with key opinion leaders, industry leaders, and opinion makers.

Secondary research consisted of referring to key players’ product literature, annual reports, press releases, and relevant documents to understand the North America plantation shutter market.

Secondary research also included internet sources, statistical data from government agencies, websites and professional associations. Analysts have used a combination of top-down and bottom-up approaches to study various attributes of the North America plantation shutter market.

The report includes an elaborate summary, along with an overview of the growth behavior of various segments included in the scope of the study. Additionally, the report sheds light on changing competitive dynamics in the North America plantation shutter market.

These are invaluable tools for existing market players as well as entities interested in participating in the North America Shutters Market.

The report dives into the competitive landscape of the Plantation Shutters market. Major players operating in the North America plantation shutters market have been identified and each of them has been profiled in terms of various attributes.

Company Overview, Financial Status, Recent Developments and SWOT are the attributes of the Plantation Shutters market players profiled in this report.

Research Methodology
The research methodology is a combination of comprehensive primary and secondary research to analyze the Plantation Shutters market.

Secondary research

Secondary research included a search of company literature, technical writing, patent data, Internet sources, and statistical data from government websites, trade associations, and agencies. This has proven to be the most reliable, efficient and successful approach to obtaining accurate data, capturing insights from industry participants and identifying business opportunities.

Secondary research sources we have referred to include, but are not limited to:
Corporate websites, presentations, annual reports, white papers, technical documents, product brochures
Internal and external proprietary databases and relevant patents
National government documents, statistical databases and market reports
News articles, press releases and webcasts specific to companies operating in the market

Specific secondary sources:

Industry Sources:
North American Veterinary Council
North American Animal Health Federation
Animal Welfare Council of North America
Company information
Statistical
Hoover’s
factual
Bloomberg
Mergers and Acquisitions
Thomson Mergers & Acquisitions
MergerStat
Deep

Primary research

During the research, we conducted in-depth interviews and discussions with a wide range of key industry participants and thought leaders. Primary research represents the bulk of research efforts, supplemented by extensive secondary research.

We conducted primary interviews with participants and industry commentators to validate the data and analysis. A typical research interview performs the following functions:
Provides first-hand information on market size, market trends, growth trends, competitive landscape, outlook, etc.
Helps validate and strengthen secondary research findings
Develops the analysis team’s expertise and market understanding
The main research involves email interactions, phone interviews, as well as face-to-face interviews for each market, category, segment and sub-segment across geographies

Participants who took part in the process include, but are not limited to:

Industry Participants: Marketing/Product Managers, Market Intelligence Managers and Regional Sales Managers
Purchasing/sourcing managers, technical staff, distributors

External experts: Investment bankers, valuation experts and research analysts
Key opinion leaders specializing in the market with respect to different industry verticals

Key attendees included, but are not limited to:
Bayer AG
Elanco Products Company
Merck & Co., Inc.
Ceva Animal Health
Virbac SA

Data triangulation: information extracted from “secondary and primary sources” is cross-checked with the “TMR knowledge repository”, which is updated quarterly
Market Estimation: Market size estimations involved in-depth study of product features, technological updates, geographical presence, product demand, sales data (value or volume), historical year-over-year growth, etc. Other approaches have also been used to derive market size and forecasts. When no hard data was available, we used modeling techniques to produce comprehensive data sets. A rigorous methodology has been adopted, in which available hard data is cross-referenced with the following types of data to produce estimates:

Demographics: population, inflation rate and more

Industry indicators: production data, R&D investment, technological stage and infrastructure, sector growth and facilities
Market forecasts: Market forecasts for various segments are calculated considering drivers, restraints/challenges, opportunities prevailing in the market and considering advantages/disadvantages of segments/sub-segments over other segments /sub-segments. Business environment, sales history, unmet needs, competitive intensity, and country-wise consumption data are the other vital factors considered to derive the market forecast.
Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06317823/?utm_source=GNW

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Plantation Shutter Market – North America Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/plantation-shutter-market-north-america-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2022-2026/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:57:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/plantation-shutter-market-north-america-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2022-2026/ ReportLinker North America Plantation Shutter Market – Report Scope This North America Plantation Shutter Market report studies the past as well as current growth trends and opportunities to gain valuable insights into the market indicators at over the forecast period from 2022 to 2031. New York, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the […]]]>

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North America Plantation Shutter Market – Report Scope This North America Plantation Shutter Market report studies the past as well as current growth trends and opportunities to gain valuable insights into the market indicators at over the forecast period from 2022 to 2031.

New York, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Plantation Shutters Market – North America Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2022-2026” – https:/ /www.reportlinker.com/p06317823/?utm_source=GNW
The report provides the plantation shutter market revenue for the period 2017-2031, considering 2021 as the base year and 2031 as the forecast year.

The report also provides the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR%) of the Plantation Shutters market from 2022 to 2031.

The report has been prepared after extensive research. Primary research involved the bulk of research efforts, in which analysts conducted interviews with key opinion leaders, industry leaders, and opinion makers.

Secondary research consisted of referring to key players’ product literature, annual reports, press releases, and relevant documents to understand the North America plantation shutter market.

Secondary research also included internet sources, statistical data from government agencies, websites and professional associations. Analysts have used a combination of top-down and bottom-up approaches to study various attributes of the North America plantation shutter market.

The report includes an elaborate summary, along with an overview of the growth behavior of various segments included in the scope of the study. Additionally, the report sheds light on changing competitive dynamics in the North America plantation shutter market.

These are invaluable tools for existing market players as well as entities interested in participating in the North America Shutters market.

The report dives into the competitive landscape of the Plantation Shutters market. Major players operating in the North America plantation shutters market have been identified and each of them has been profiled in terms of various attributes.

Company Overview, Financial Status, Recent Developments and SWOT are the attributes of the Plantation Shutters market players profiled in this report.

Research Methodology
The research methodology is a combination of comprehensive primary and secondary research to analyze the Plantation Shutters market.

Secondary research

Secondary research included a search of company literature, technical writing, patent data, Internet sources, and statistical data from government websites, trade associations, and agencies. This has proven to be the most reliable, efficient and successful approach to obtaining accurate data, capturing insights from industry participants and identifying business opportunities.

Secondary research sources we have referred to include, but are not limited to:
Corporate websites, presentations, annual reports, white papers, technical documents, product brochures
Internal and external proprietary databases and relevant patents
National government documents, statistical databases and market reports
News articles, press releases and webcasts specific to companies operating in the market

Specific secondary sources:

Industry Sources:
North American Veterinary Council
North American Animal Health Federation
Animal Welfare Council of North America
Company information
Statistical
Hoover’s
factual
Bloomberg
Mergers and Acquisitions
Thomson Mergers & Acquisitions
MergerStat
Deep

Primary research

During the research, we conducted in-depth interviews and discussions with a wide range of key industry participants and thought leaders. Primary research represents the bulk of research efforts, supplemented by extensive secondary research.

We conducted primary interviews with participants and industry commentators to validate the data and analysis. A typical research interview performs the following functions:
Provides first-hand information on market size, market trends, growth trends, competitive landscape, outlook, etc.
Helps validate and strengthen secondary research findings
Develops the analysis team’s expertise and market understanding
The main research involves email interactions, phone interviews, as well as face-to-face interviews for each market, category, segment and sub-segment across geographies

Participants who took part in the process include, but are not limited to:

Industry Participants: Marketing/Product Managers, Market Intelligence Managers and Regional Sales Managers
Purchasing/sourcing managers, technical staff, distributors

External experts: Investment bankers, valuation experts and research analysts
Key opinion leaders specializing in the market with respect to different industry verticals

Key attendees included, but are not limited to:
Bayer AG
Elanco Products Company
Merck & Co., Inc.
Ceva Animal Health
Virbac SA

Data triangulation: information extracted from “secondary and primary sources” is cross-checked with the “TMR knowledge repository”, which is updated quarterly
Market Estimation: Market size estimations involved in-depth study of product features, technological updates, geographical presence, product demand, sales data (value or volume), historical year-over-year growth, etc. Other approaches have also been used to derive market size and forecasts. When no hard data was available, we used modeling techniques to produce comprehensive data sets. A rigorous methodology has been adopted, in which available hard data is cross-referenced with the following types of data to produce estimates:

Demographics: population, inflation rate and more

Industry indicators: production data, R&D investment, technological stage and infrastructure, sector growth and facilities
Market forecasts: Market forecasts for various segments are calculated considering drivers, restraints/challenges, opportunities prevailing in the market and considering advantages/disadvantages of segments/sub-segments over other segments /sub-segments. Business environment, sales history, unmet needs, competitive intensity, and country-wise consumption data are the other vital factors considered to derive the market forecast.
Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p06317823/?utm_source=GNW

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Providing services for planting mangrove seeds and seedlings in coastal areas attracts 18% TPS: AAR https://malcolmbluefarm.com/providing-services-for-planting-mangrove-seeds-and-seedlings-in-coastal-areas-attracts-18-tps-aar/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 14:30:09 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/providing-services-for-planting-mangrove-seeds-and-seedlings-in-coastal-areas-attracts-18-tps-aar/ The West Bengal Advance Ruling Authority (AAR) ruled that the provision of services for the planting of mangrove seeds and seedlings in coastal areas would incur a GST of 18%. The bench of two members of Brajesh Kumar Singh and Joyjit Banik observed that no GST is payable on the provision of services for the […]]]>

The West Bengal Advance Ruling Authority (AAR) ruled that the provision of services for the planting of mangrove seeds and seedlings in coastal areas would incur a GST of 18%.

The bench of two members of Brajesh Kumar Singh and Joyjit Banik observed that no GST is payable on the provision of services for the cultivation, planting and maintenance of fruit trees.

The applicant is engaged in the business of cultivation, planting and maintenance of fruit trees in marginalized areas, as well as seeds and seedlings of mangroves in the coastal areas of different states of the country with the sole purpose of protecting the environment against climate change. The applicant carries out the activities in accordance with contracts awarded by internationally renowned environmental organizations.

The applicant requested an advance ruling regarding the SAC code and GST rate for the foreign supply made by the applicant, in the case of fruit trees grown and maintained in marginalized communities.

Another issue raised concerned the SAC code and GST rate for the outbound supply made by the claimant, in the case of mangroves grown and maintained in coastal communities.

The applicant claimed that while aiming to improve biodiversity and restore ecosystem function to protect the islands and people from erosion by planting mangrove seeds and seedlings, it also aims to create ways to sustainable livelihoods and provide nutritious food to families and the community. residing in nearby plantation activities.

The petitioner argues that the Supreme Court explained in depth what constitutes the term “agriculture” in CIT v. Raja Benoy Kumar Sahas Roy. This is a landmark case for the understanding of the term “farming” under the Income Tax Act. The judgment clarifies that the term “agriculture” is cultural, that is to say the cultivation of agar, that is to say the field or the earth. Raising a product through the use of human skills and labor on the land can be classified as an agricultural activity. The product must have some utility, either for consumption or for trade and commerce. The term “agriculture” is given a broader interpretation both in terms of its operations and the results of those operations.

The department argued that the service provided for other environmental protection services that are not elsewhere classified will fall under subheading of Chapter 999490 and incur 18% GST.

The AAR, while agreeing with the department’s assertion, said the plaintiff does not provide services for food, fiber, fuel, raw materials, or other similar agricultural commodities or products. Rather, the sole purpose of the services, as claimed by the applicant, is to enhance biodiversity and restore ecosystem function in order to protect the islands and people from erosion.

“We are therefore of the view that these services can be treated as environmental protection services under heading 9994 and should not be covered by heading 9986, namely support services to agriculture, forestry, fishing and animal husbandry,” the AAR said.

Applicant Name: Raj Mohan Seshamani

Dated: 18.08.2022

Click here to read/download the order

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Non-existent eagle’s nest in Palm Coast plantation leads county to improvise risky regulations https://malcolmbluefarm.com/non-existent-eagles-nest-in-palm-coast-plantation-leads-county-to-improvise-risky-regulations/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 22:22:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/non-existent-eagles-nest-in-palm-coast-plantation-leads-county-to-improvise-risky-regulations/ In short: a couple wants to build a house on Palm Coast Plantation that would partially violate an existing eagle protection zone. The Flagler County Planning Board gave it the go-ahead on Tuesday, saying eagles hadn’t been seen in the area in years and the protection zone should be removed anyway. But that may not […]]]>

In short: a couple wants to build a house on Palm Coast Plantation that would partially violate an existing eagle protection zone. The Flagler County Planning Board gave it the go-ahead on Tuesday, saying eagles hadn’t been seen in the area in years and the protection zone should be removed anyway. But that may not have been the call of the planning board.

An eagle’s nest in Palm Coast Plantation that in all likelihood was vacated years ago has brought two owners, their builder, the Flagler County government, the Palm Coast Plantation Board of Directors and groups environmental concerns in a unique dilemma that worries county officials. on prosecutions and preparing to pass a resolution that would unilaterally remove an “eagle line of protection” in this part of the Plantation.

On Tuesday night, the Flagler County Planning Board did better than the county commission. He voted 4-0 to do something that didn’t seem to be within his purview. He issued a ‘waiver’ – permission to break existing land rules – by arbitrarily deciding that a long-established eagle protection zone did not apply to a couple building a house in Plantation Bay. They could not only build their house, encroaching on the area, but they could also build a swimming pool, encroaching all the more.

It wouldn’t matter, the council concluded, since the eagle’s nest no longer exists. They seem to be right: the eagles are gone. But the rule is still in the books. All the other owners in the area have respected him. The county itself, albeit by mistake, required all builders and landowners to follow it. On Tuesday, the planning council decided the rule did not apply, except without strong arguments that it should no longer apply.

The case of the ghostly eagles is illustrative of strong and well-intentioned environmental protections that sometimes outlast their purpose, hindering the right of owners to dispose of their property as they wish while creating inequalities between neighbors, who until now respected all newcomer environmental restrictions. now want to be exempt.

Last August, Janine and Sebastian d’Amato decided they had had enough of New Jersey. They bought the quarter-acre lot at 218 South Riverwalk Drive in the Palm Coast Plantation, just off the Intracoastal, for $94,000. They hired a builder, Saltwater Homes, and commissioned a 4,000 square foot house. Saltwater obtained a building permit in the county on May 18 and got to work. He didn’t go too far after clearing the ground: crews laid planks for the pouring of the concrete slab, but the slab hadn’t been poured by the time the county discovered it had done a serious mistake.

Although it had done it right before, the county realized that the rear of the property lay in the so-called eagle protection zone line: an eagle had nested there in the past, requiring this line in accordance with environmental rules. The line was no whim: It was the result of consultation between the county, the local Audubon group, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission staff. The line extends within a radius of 750 feet from the nest. No construction can take place in this area. The plans for the house encroached on this area. A projected pool would encroach even more. “So we’re not going beyond the eagle zone, we’re going way beyond it,” said Adam Mengel, county planning director. “This will be the first swimming pool we will have in the region. Because of the eagle protection area, no one put a pool there.

Here’s the thing: the county had already approved the building permit. The county had allowed the violation, not the builder or owner. “There is no explanation of what happened as part of the staff review that led to the issuance of the permit,” a summary of the county’s issue reads, even though other homes had been authorized. , including two this year, with restrictions on how far the concrete could go, so as to respect the eagle line. “Issuing the building permit with the encroachment was a staff error,” the county found. This staff member is no longer with the county. “With all of that in mind, we made the mistake,” Mengel said.

To overcome the eagle line, the county has concluded that it would need the consent of 157 other lot owners, as this is a change that affects each of their property rights. The language is embedded in the veneer documents.

So Mengle came up with a solution. The minimum setback for a single family home on South Riverwalk is 25 feet for the front yard, per the Palm Coast Plantation Planned Units Development Agreement, adopted as a county ordinance. Palm Coast Plantation’s own covenant and restrictions reflect the same rule. Mengle’s proposal was for the county planning board to issue a variance, moving part of the construction 15 feet closer to the street. It would not eliminate the encroachment. It would only reduce its impact.

But the owners want to continue building the house as is, with the encroachment already in place – even after the waiver was granted – and also build the swimming pool, even though they have not yet applied for a permit for this swimming pool. . The owners’ view is that since the eagle’s nest is vacant, the eagle line is no longer applicable.

They have a point, and the county sees their point. But nothing formal has been filed to formalize the point.

“I’ve seen emails from FWC saying they’ve reviewed all of the evidence submitted by the Audubon Society and, to the best of their ability, the eagles are no longer there,” prosecutor Sean Moylan said. county deputy, referring to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “They have moved elsewhere and no one I know disputes that the eagles are now gone. They have been gone for years. And so we were trying to find a way to solve this problem where people’s properties are unfairly encumbered by an arbitrary standard that should no longer apply. At the same time, the FWC was telling us, “We don’t really issue official determinations or any sort of certification that the eagle is gone. They’re like, yeah, let’s go. But we don’t have a document that we issued for that purpose. So it seemed like we were in this arbitrary process. And we had to find a solution.

Variance aside, Moylan and Mengel are submitting a resolution to the County Commission on Monday that, if approved, would unilaterally remove the eagle line and potentially render the whole issue moot. (How this resolution would affect language in veneer documents is unclear.)

But the variance Mengel was proposing to the county planning board Tuesday night didn’t sit well with the residents of Palm Coast Plantation or the chairman of its architectural review board: They didn’t want to see a single house 15 feet from the street.

Mike d’Amato, the chairman of the Palm Coast Plantation architectural review board (he is not related to the owners of the property in question, which bears the same name), told the planning board that the only thing the committee would reject is a house built closer to the street. “The minimum setback in Palm Coast Plantation is 25 feet. And it’s in our governing documents,” he said. “That’s what it’s all been based on all the time, and we’ve issued a few deviations, but nothing less than the 25ft.” He added: “They would hang us.

He said the solution is to push back or eliminate the eagle line. (There are eagles on Herron Drive, which parallels South River to the west, he said, but on South River even the trees have been uprooted by recent storms.) He blamed no one for the mistake. . “We missed it at ARC, the builder missed it, the county missed it, we all missed it,” d’Amato said.

A resident of Palm Coast Plantation who is a builder placed blame for the error on the builder. “The fact that they have all their boards in place, and if they have to modify the house to do that, that’s the responsibility of the builder,” he said. “It’s not your fault. It’s not the county’s fault. It’s not the CRA’s fault. if I build something beyond the engineering of the building department and my plans are approved, and I build something that’s not up to code, the building department will force me to tear it down. There’s nothing but a few boards built. Another owner, a neighbor in the property in question, echoed the builder’s view and requested that the waiver be denied.

Going forward with the variance could lead to a Palm Coast Plantation lawsuit. Failure to move forward with a discrepancy could result in a lawsuit from the owners. Mengel was trying to avoid both. He wanted to make sure that “if necessarily, we went to court, that if I could then answer frankly to a judge, whoever asks me, have you done your best?” Mengel wants to be able to say yes.

In the end, the planning board was more frightened by the prospect of a lawsuit from Palm Coast Plantation than by the legal entanglements it might have caused by ignoring the county’s own line of protection from the eagles, believing that if the county commission could well repeal the line unilaterally, the back of the planning table is covered.

Eagles, meanwhile, are no longer endangered: “Although they are no longer listed under the US Endangered Species Act or Florida’s Endangered and Threatened Species Rules , bald eagles remain protected by both state eagle rule (68A-16.002, FAC) and federal law,” according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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HND Admission Form for Federal College of Agriculture Moor Plantation Ibadan (FCAIB) is NOW AVAILABLE!! https://malcolmbluefarm.com/hnd-admission-form-for-federal-college-of-agriculture-moor-plantation-ibadan-fcaib-is-now-available/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 07:28:04 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/hnd-admission-form-for-federal-college-of-agriculture-moor-plantation-ibadan-fcaib-is-now-available/ Federal College of Agriculture Moor Plantation Ibadan (FCAIB) HND Programs Admission Form for the 2022/2023 academic session. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Federal College of Agriculture, Ibadan (formerly known as the School of Agriculture) in various Higher National Diploma (HND) programs for the 2022/2023 academic session. Federal College of […]]]>

Federal College of Agriculture Moor Plantation Ibadan (FCAIB) HND Programs Admission Form for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Federal College of Agriculture, Ibadan (formerly known as the School of Agriculture) in various Higher National Diploma (HND) programs for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Federal College of Agriculture Moor Plantation Ibadan (FCAIB) HND Courses

  1. Higher National Diploma in Agricultural Extension and Management
  2. Higher National Diploma in Horticultural Technology
  3. Higher National Diploma in Agriculture (Option Plant Production Technology)
  4. Higher National Diploma in Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering (Energy and Agricultural Machinery Option)
  5. Higher National Diploma in Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering (Post-Harvest Technology option)
  6. Higher National Diploma in Pest Control Technology
  7. Higher National Diploma in Animal Production Technology
  8. Higher National Diploma in Food Business Management

How to Apply for Federal College of Agriculture Moor Plantation Ibadan (FCAIB) HND Admission Form

  • Potential candidates are worth visiting https://applicant.fcaib.edu.ng/register and enter their valid email and phone number in the spaces provided.
  • A verification link will then be sent to the email entered. Go to your email and search for an email verification link from FCA IBADAN.
  • Click the link to make a payment of N2,500.00 for a confirmation code which will be sent to email after successful payment.
  • The confirmation email and code will be used to log in to the application portal.

NB: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: 08168458201, 08023101288 & 08051173755. Email: fcaibadan@yahoo.com www.fcaib.edu.ng or visit the college.

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CSE bull run led by Lanka IOC, Expolanka Holdings and plantation counters – The Island https://malcolmbluefarm.com/cse-bull-run-led-by-lanka-ioc-expolanka-holdings-and-plantation-counters-the-island/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 23:48:12 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/cse-bull-run-led-by-lanka-ioc-expolanka-holdings-and-plantation-counters-the-island/ Pro-circularity model reduces manufacturing energy requirements by 95% Bringing sustainable innovation to the construction industry in Sri Lanka, Hayleys Group subsidiary and national leader in fully integrated aluminum manufacturing, Alumex PLC, has announced the revolutionary launch of low carbon aluminum for the global market. The company’s new “Ozon” low carbon aluminum line follows the successful […]]]>

Pro-circularity model reduces manufacturing energy requirements by 95%

Bringing sustainable innovation to the construction industry in Sri Lanka, Hayleys Group subsidiary and national leader in fully integrated aluminum manufacturing, Alumex PLC, has announced the revolutionary launch of low carbon aluminum for the global market. The company’s new “Ozon” low carbon aluminum line follows the successful opening of Phase 1 of the manufacturer’s new state-of-the-art smelting facility in Sapugaskanda to develop export markets. With an investment of over Rs. 1 billion, capacity building will continue in a second phase.

Incorporating the most modern and environmentally friendly technologies in the world, the new plant allows Alumex to produce the highest quality aluminum billets using only 5% of the total energy consumed in the manufacture of aluminum. primary aluminum from bauxite. Other automation-focused optimizations are expected to reduce power consumption by up to 20%.

According to the managing director of Alumex PLC, Pramuk Dediwela, the material should give new impetus to the efforts of the Sri Lankan construction sector to sustainably reduce its environmental and carbon footprint. Its newly launched brand for its raw material “Ozon” will maintain the exporter’s commitment to the highest global quality standards. Given the high demand from overseas buyers for Ozon Billets, especially from the US, UK, Europe and Australia markets, Low Carbon Aluminum is helping us generate increased export revenue to the country.

“Aluminum is a material with infinite possibilities and an almost unlimited life cycle. When processed properly, it can be used, melted and reshaped with near zero loss of quality and physical integrity. Our new facility supports our efforts to enable greater circularity, significantly reduce our environmental impact and energy dependence, and deliver the highest quality products in South Asia to local and global markets.

Following commitments made under the Hayleys Lifecode – which requires all Hayleys Group companies to realign their operations towards a unified approach to environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, Alumex has adjusted its strategic priorities by placing greater emphasis on focus on export development through sustainability.

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Water Woman Shipra leads a planting campaign with 300 villagers on the bank of the Narmada – Sangri Today https://malcolmbluefarm.com/water-woman-shipra-leads-a-planting-campaign-with-300-villagers-on-the-bank-of-the-narmada-sangri-today/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 17:50:10 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/water-woman-shipra-leads-a-planting-campaign-with-300-villagers-on-the-bank-of-the-narmada-sangri-today/ Water Woman Shipra leading the villagers of Kalgi Tola India, September 6: The inspiring efforts of Water Woman Shipra Pathak electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in the planting of 300 plants in record time. half an hour to Kalgi Tola, located on the banks of the Narmada River. With the help […]]]>

Water Woman Shipra leading the villagers of Kalgi Tola India, September 6: The inspiring efforts of Water Woman Shipra Pathak electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in the planting of 300 plants in record time. half an hour to Kalgi Tola, located on the banks of the Narmada River. With the help of a whole village of […]

Water Woman Shipra leading the villagers of Kalgi Tola

India, September 6: The inspiring efforts of Water Woman Shipra Pathak electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in the planting of 300 plants in a record time of half an hour at Kalgi Tola, located on the banks of the Narmada River . With the help of an entire village in Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh, Water Woman Shipra Pathak planted 300 plants in one hour.

The slogan, “हर व्यक्ति हर साल एक पौधा”, which means every villager plants their own plant, is a prime example of how this nation is a better place. The goal behind it is to work and connect with people and communities to organize various campaigns with the common goal of planting a million or more trees every year across the country. To make the campaign possible, Water Woman Shipra received help from locals like Kershaw to prepare the villagers, Ashok Dwivedi (retd. DSP) to organize the plants, and Dubey Ji (retd. Chief Scientist) to suggest the plant.

Keeping an eye on the situation, Shipra Pathak on International Water Day pledged to plant 1 crore of saplings on the river banks all around India. Shipra Pathak commented on the vow saying, “Water is one of the essential elements of nature and a necessity for mankind, animals and even industries. With severe droughts across the world and a limited supply of fresh water, it is our collective responsibility to preserve this precious resource. Even though 70% of the Earth is still made up of water, clean and safe water is becoming a rarity. Therefore, conserving our water supply can be beneficial and will also make it available for future generations.

The spiritual sage, also known as Mokshadaayini Maa Shipra, has dedicated her life to improving the state of the world’s water supply. It is dedicated to the defense of fundamental human rights, the encouragement of religious tolerance, the struggle for the benefit of the world community and the resurrection of ancient Indian knowledge. Unrestricted discourse on the life, mysticism and spirituality of a truly unique sage.

The Water Woman Shipra Pathak Pancha Tatva Foundation is an organization that seeks to improve the conditions of Mother Earth. The team actively contributes to the protection of the Earth alongside local communities, citizen groups, individuals and volunteers, primarily for the benefit of the next generation. The mission of the Pancha Tatva Foundation is that future generations live in safety and good health. In order to devote their time, energy and resources to a better future for Earth, the team is now working for a better future.

The most important resources for the maintenance of life, water, plants and air, are at the center of the Pancha Tatva Foundation. They strive to keep the water clean and protect it from contamination. Additionally, they focus on regularly planting fresh trees across the country.

Water scarcity is now an international problem, as has been observed over the past decades. Experts and scientists around the world estimate the dates when specific regions will not have access to water. It is more important than ever to act and work together to preserve the planet’s water supply.

The Pancha Tatva Foundation has dedicated its entire life to bringing about this change in India and around the world. The group’s ambassador is Shipra Pathak, also known as Water Woman; due to her selfless dedication to the cause, she is considered the global water ambassador.

To learn more, visit: https://Pancha Tatvafoundation.in/

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Water Woman Shipra leads a planting campaign with 300 villagers on the bank of the Narmada https://malcolmbluefarm.com/water-woman-shipra-leads-a-planting-campaign-with-300-villagers-on-the-bank-of-the-narmada/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/water-woman-shipra-leads-a-planting-campaign-with-300-villagers-on-the-bank-of-the-narmada/ India, September 6, 2022:The inspiring efforts of Water Woman Shipra Pathak electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in the planting of 300 plants in a record time of half an hour at Kalgi Tola, located on the banks of the Narmada River . With the help of an entire village in Dindori […]]]>

India, September 6, 2022:The inspiring efforts of Water Woman Shipra Pathak electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in the planting of 300 plants in a record time of half an hour at Kalgi Tola, located on the banks of the Narmada River . With the help of an entire village in Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh, Water Woman Shipra Pathalk planted 300 plants in one hour.

The slogan, ‘हरव्यक्तिहरसालएकपौधा’ which means every villager plants their own plant is a great example of making this nation a better place. The goal behind it is to work and connect with people and communities to organize various campaigns with the common goal of planting a million or more trees every year across the country. To make the campaign possible, Water Woman Shipra got help from locals like Keshaw to prepare the villagers, Ashok Dwivedi (retd. DSP) to organize the plants and Dubey Ji (retd. Chief Scientist) to suggest the plant.

Water Woman Shipra got help from locals like Keshaw to prepare the villagers, Ashok Dwivedi (retd. DSP) to organize the plants and Dubey Ji (retd. Chief Scientist) to suggest the plant.

Keeping an eye on the situation, Shipra Pathak on International Water Day pledged to plant 1 crore of saplings on river banks all around India. Shipra Pathak commented on the vow saying, “Water is one of nature’s most essential elements and a necessity for mankind, animals and even industries. With severe droughts across the world and a limited supply of fresh water, it is our collective responsibility to preserve this precious resource. Even though 70% of the Earth is made up of water, clean and safe water is becoming a rarity. Therefore, conserving our water supply can be beneficial and will also make it available for future generations.

The spiritual sage, also known as Mokshadaayini Maa Shipra, has dedicated her life to improving the state of the world’s water supply. It is dedicated to the defense of fundamental human rights, the encouragement of religious tolerance, the struggle for the benefit of the world community and the resurrection of ancient Indian knowledge. Unrestricted discourse on the life, mysticism and spirituality of a truly unique sage.

The Water Woman Shipra Pathak Pancha Tatva Foundation is an organization that seeks to improve the conditions of Mother Earth. The team actively contributes to the protection of the Earth alongside local communities, citizen groups, individuals and volunteers, primarily for the benefit of the next generation. The mission of the Pancha Tatva Foundation is that future generations live in safety and good health. In order to devote their time, energy and resources to a better future for Earth, the team is now working for a better future.

The most important resources for sustaining life, water, plants and air are the focus of the Pancha Tatva Foundation. They strive to keep the water clean and protect it from contamination. Additionally, they focus on regularly planting fresh trees across the country.

Water scarcity is now an international problem, as has been observed over the past decades. Experts and scientists around the world estimate the dates when specific regions will not have access to water. It is more important than ever to act and work together to preserve the planet’s water supply.

The Pancha Tatva Foundation has dedicated its entire life to bringing about this change in India and around the world. The group’s ambassador is Shipra Pathak, also referred to as Water Woman due to her selfless dedication to the cause. She is considered the global water ambassador.

To learn more, visit: https://Pancha Tatvafoundation.in/

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Commissioner inaugurates Plantation Drive at the University of Cholistan https://malcolmbluefarm.com/commissioner-inaugurates-plantation-drive-at-the-university-of-cholistan/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 13:49:42 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/commissioner-inaugurates-plantation-drive-at-the-university-of-cholistan/ Faizan Hashmi Posted on September 05, 2022 | 6:49 p.m. Bahawalpur Division Commissioner, Raja Jahangir Anwar, joined in the tree planting campaign on Monday and planted pelican saplings at the Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bahawalpur BAHAWALPUR, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – September 5, 2022): Bahawalpur Division Commissioner Raja Jahangir Anwar participated in the […]]]>

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Bahawalpur Division Commissioner, Raja Jahangir Anwar, joined in the tree planting campaign on Monday and planted pelican saplings at the Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bahawalpur

BAHAWALPUR, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – September 5, 2022): Bahawalpur Division Commissioner Raja Jahangir Anwar participated in the tree planting campaign on Monday and planted young pelicans at the Cholistan University of Science Bahawalpur Veterinarians and Animals.

Parks and Horticulture Authority Director General Farooq Sadiq, Bahawalpur City Deputy Commissioner Naeem Sadiq Cheema, Deputy Commissioner Sadar Muhammad Tayyab, Acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mazhar Ayaz, Forest Conservator Gohar Mushtaq, Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Registrar Salman Mirza and students were also present on the occasion.

Bahawalpur Division Commissioner said 100,000 saplings would be planted under the ongoing planting campaign. He said urban planting should be encouraged so that the atmosphere of the city of Bahawalpur is made enjoyable. The Commissioner urged teachers and students to actively participate in the planting campaign. Special attention should be paid to making the environment beautiful and green, he added.

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Dog in recovery after being found in Plantation apartment complex dumpster – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports https://malcolmbluefarm.com/dog-in-recovery-after-being-found-in-plantation-apartment-complex-dumpster-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 16:17:45 +0000 https://malcolmbluefarm.com/dog-in-recovery-after-being-found-in-plantation-apartment-complex-dumpster-wsvn-7news-miami-news-weather-sports/ PLANTATION, FL. (WSVN) – An emaciated dog is on the road to recovery after being found locked in a crate that was placed in a dumpster. The dog was found at the Spectra Apartments complex at 4540 NW 10th Place on Tuesday afternoon. A photo taken inside the crate captured the frail dog with a […]]]>

PLANTATION, FL. (WSVN) – An emaciated dog is on the road to recovery after being found locked in a crate that was placed in a dumpster.

The dog was found at the Spectra Apartments complex at 4540 NW 10th Place on Tuesday afternoon.

A photo taken inside the crate captured the frail dog with a water bowl which was added later.

The dog, since named Mushu, was taken to Mutty Paws Rescue in West Palm Beach.

“The photo of him was just heartbreaking. We thought he was actually deceased in the photo,” said Ashley Miller of Mutty Paws Rescue.

People with Muddy Paws took Mushu to Lantana-Atlantis Animal Hospital in Lake Worth, where he is being treated by Dr. Evan Kadish.

“I doubt he would have survived another 12 hours,” Kadish said. “He was definitely one of the worst cases of animal neglect and cruelty I’ve seen.”

Those who found the small black male pit bull with white markings said the animal could barely raise its head to drink.

“He is very, very thin. He is emaciated. You can see it’s his ribs showing,” Kadish said. “He hasn’t eaten for a long time; he is absolutely starving.

The transporter had been covered in rubbish and could not be seen, but luckily someone heard the dog.

Calls were made to Plantation police and Broward County Animal Care around 12:15 p.m. Tuesday.

“It was found in an airline that contained garbage bags that were mostly dog ​​feces,” Miller said. “He was pushed all the way to the bottom of the dumpster.”

It is unknown how long Mushu was in the dumpster.

“The answer is the same every time: ‘How could anyone? It’s a living, breathing animal,” Miller said. “Sadly, we have to clean up the mess of people who commit heinous acts like this.”

Kadish said Mushu was near death when he was brought in.

“Yesterday he was so dehydrated that he couldn’t walk, he couldn’t stand. He was practically in a coma,” Kadish said.

The apartment complex’s management told 7News that police spent Tuesday looking at the surveillance video.

The neighbors are disgusted by this cruel act.

“For me, I just believe it’s very inhumane, I believe respect is due to everyone, including animals, so to see this situation, it’s really disheartening, and I hope the dog fine,” a neighbor said.

As for Mushu, he has since been able to stand and walk, and he seems to welcome the attention.

Kadish said the dog should make a full recovery within weeks.

“As you can see, he’s really friendly and a very adorable dog,” he said. “He has a bright future ahead of him. We will make sure he finds a good home. Between Lantana-Atlantis Hospital and Mutty Paws, we’re going to make sure of that 100%. »

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Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Plantation Police Department at 954-797-2100 or Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477)

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