Journal of Arts & Ideas, no. 25-26 (Dec 1993) p. Front material.


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Thanks to the special Effluent Treatment Starved of the sight of normal working Plant we've set up. each drop of this conditions prevalent, in most factories, you'll water is now purified, and used to green wonder where the work gets done. the environment. Well. we have saved 2 acres for the factory.

Nowadays, as you stroll through our We thought it was sufficient to compensate parkways, you'd probably chance upon as for the 18 acres of waste ground.


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