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Environmental management

  1. 1. ENVIRONMENTAL OUTPUTPlace Sawmill<br />
  2. 2. Systems point of view from<br />On March 29 we went to the local sawmill to watchThe procedure leading to woodworking, where certainEach of the problems facing the point of view from different areas.Determined from systems:Being a company that exports its material made the most important companies  and recognized, do not have adequate infrastructure for processing.2. All work should be systematized, allowing not endanger healthworkers, since they are the ones who manage the machines directly.The sawmill to be systematized allow workers to operate the systemof the machines but not directly exposed to them.<br />
  3. 3. Commitments<br />Solid Waste:<br /> Develop and implement management plans for hazardous waste and implement a return to the supplier of 100% of the containers containing chemicals usedin stain-resistant process baths.  For this goal has the support of the suppliers of pesticides. Also implement amanagement system for products: clean sawdust, bark, wood chips and ashes.<br />
  4. 4. LiquidWaste<br />The Ringtones © Terms sewage or waste water defines a type of water that is polluted with feces and urine, organic wastes from human or animal Nicos. Its importance is such that requires canalization systems, treatment and evacuation. Its no or improper treatment causes serious problems of contamination n.<br />
  5. 5. Security andOccupational health<br />Implement a comprehensive health and safety, including the ongoing training of workers concerning the risks and their functions associated with the prevention of workplace hazards, and the continuous analysis of incidents and accidents in order to redirect plans and risk prevention programs. Stresses that CORMA design a training program and certification of job skills for workers who handle pesticides sawmill item, that considers the characteristics of different jobs.<br />
  6. 6. BENEFITS  REFORESTATION<br />Reforestation, as stated above, benefits in several aspects of the ecosystem.  Enumerate all the benefits:Certain areas of afforestation permit the exploitation of wood for  production of domestic fuel and for industrial use of wood  protecting ancient forests.Protect the fertile soils of the destruction caused by the dragging of the rains to keep the roots.They provide natural recreational areas when areas near cities.Delay or even stop the progression of sand dunes and desertification.Acts as a protective wall of the growing areas upwind.Optimizes the watershed by preventing overflow.It is also beneficial to create a forest on land where there was trees.<br />
  7. 7. REFORESTATION  INADEQUATE<br />As we discussed, a reforestation involves an environmental and landscape. In some cases there have been reforested with intent landscape and has opted for certain species which, although native, was not adequate to the ecological balance.Reforestation with fast growing species for timber, although far from the area, if they have good ecological adaptation are not negative. But occasionally there have been reforested for the quality of wood for not clearing the natural forest but with little success producing a waste of that land, time, resources and the natural forest creating further exploited.<br />
  8. 8. CIRCULAR<br />Cutting Machinethe edges of the tables  and provide design<br />
  9. 9. SINGIN<br />Machine used forCleave the wood<br />
  10. 10. CANTIADORA<br />Machine to flattenand give them the same  size tables<br />
  11. 11. COMPRENSOR<br />Machine used foradministering the airnail guns<br />
  12. 12. PÉNDULO<br />Cutting Machine  timber to startprocess<br />
  13. 13. CIRCULAR<br />Cutting Machinethe edges of the tables  and provide design<br />
  14. 14. COCHE<br />Machine to remove the selvage to clubs<br />
  15. 15. Municipal Landfill<br />A current traditional landfill destined waste is generated by a group or human settlement. This, usually scrambled form contains organic debris (food), plastics, paper, glass, metal, paint, cloth, diapers, batteries, and a wide variety of objects and substances considered undesirable.In the process of decomposition of matter in the landfill leach ate are formed that carry toxic chemicals present in waste, and pollute the groundwater, which is sometimes used for human consumption and irrigation.Released into the air large amounts of gases such as methane, CO2 (greenhouse gasresponsible) or toxic gases such as benzene, trichlorethylene, among others.During accidental or deliberate fires at landfills, is released into the atmosphere by burning chlorine products, some as toxic as dioxin, declared carcinogenic by the World Health Organization (WHO).<br />
  16. 16. Sistematizad Landfill<br />A U.S. company launched in Missouri an industry that turns garbage into oil. Is able to-do what makes the earth for millions of years in just two hours to get oil from organic matter. If transform all U.S. animal waste would equal almost annual oil imports of the country. The technique is called thermal depolymerization, although not new, the company has managed to overcome leading technical barriers that impeded their development. Tires, plastic bags, medical waste, old computers and even biological weapons are some of the carbon waste that can turn into oil, according to the American company World Changing Technologies (CWT), that will start later this month a new technique , called thermal depolymerization, potentially capable of turning trash into gas.The technique is to imitate how the earth produces oil from organic matter, although in much shorter time: two hours, compared to the millions of years our planet used to obtain the same result.For CWT, this technology can solve some of the most acute environmental problems like pollution and waste management, particularly toxic, and that the procedure would make them harmless.CWT takes waste and makes passing buckets pressures and different temperatures(250 º C and 500 º C) with the aim of converting the carbon chains into small pieces that are put back to the output of the process.<br />

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