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April 28th, 2010

Earth Day giveaway ends tomorrow!

Published on April 28th, 2010 | By: pwray@ceramics.org

Who would pass up the opportunity to win a solar-powered robot, hydro clocks and hydrogen powered remote control cars? Apparently, YOU!

Don’t miss this fun opportunity to share your experience on how materials are impacting the environment. Post your comments to this Earth Day post for a chance to win.

Comments will be accepted through tomorrow, Thursday, April 29, so don’t miss out on the fun!


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3 Responses to Earth Day giveaway ends tomorrow!

  1. Yong Jiang says:

    My home installed a Solar water heaters on our roof in sunny Yinchuan China. Our family of four can be used. Especially in the winter to wash the hot water bath (any time) is really comfortable. Important is pollution-free, non-energy consumption, Save energy and protect the environment. Nice!

  2. Z N says:

    The material innovations of today are the solutions for tomorrow’s problems. Throughout the industrial age, materials have played a role which is critical for improving our lives. From simple metal alloys and steels to faster microchips and medicine delivering nano particles, it is the new materials that provide engineers, scientists and inventors the break through they were looking for. As long as we use the knowledge and technology for good, the future of earth looks bright.

  3. Jill Glass says:

    My family installed a solar hot water heating panel on top of our home in sunny Albuquerque. A large sheet of thermally tempered glass is one of the primary features of this environmentally friendly water heater.

    This solar hot water heater provides us with a large supply of hot water without using any gas or electricity. Previously we had a gas powered hot water heater. The installation of this heater coincided with the time in my two sons’ lives when they decided they needed to take daily, long showers. So we’re saving energy and improving the quality of our lives (very clean kids).

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