body | color | collections | commodity | cube | document | fabric | fetish | gender | glass | home | identity | living | machine | metal | minimal | mobility | narrative | olfactory | organic |
pain | paper | plastic | plugs | power | protective | rectangular | ritual | round | sound | souvenir | spiritual | style | text-based | time | tool | touch | uniform | value | visual | warm | wood
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Narrative: Copper sourced from Chile, Peru, or Ecuador and produced in a factory in the United States; aluminum from Russia or China; polycarbonate plastic from California, South Africa, Somalia, South Korea, or Germany; boxite from Australia, and parts assembled in a factory in the United States.
The larger supply chain includes: Petroleum refineries; Power generation and supply; Plastics material and resin manufacturing; Coal mining; Alumina refining and primary aluminum production; Oil and Gas extraction; Motor vehicle parts and manufacturing; Truck transportation; Iron and steel mills.
Water withdraw includes: Power generation and supply; Grain farming; Paints and coating manufacturing; Paperboard mills; Iron and steel mills; Aluminum and other metal ore mining; Other basic organic chemical manufacturing; Motor vehicle parts and manufacturing.
A keep case is the most common type of DVD packaging. It is taller and thicker than a Jewel case, and is made of polypropylene. They hold one or two discs, but are capable of holding up to six discs. A standard DVD case is a single-piece plastic case with two creases, which folds around and snaps closed. It measures 135 mm x 190 mm x 14 mm (5.3 in x 7.48 in x 0.55 in). It is wrapped on the outside by a thin piece of transparent plastic to hold a paper label. The label measures 284 mm x 184 mm (10.8 in x 7.25 in).
Polypropylene was originally produced by the Italian chemical company Montecatini, and marketed under the name Moplen. Polypropylene is now manufactured around the world, currently most often in China and parts of Africa.