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|Souvenir: LED Flashlight|
Petroleum refineries; Power generation and supply; Plastics material and resin manufacturing; Coal mining; Alumina refining and primary aluminum production; Other basic organic chemical manufacturing; Oil and Gas extraction; Motor vehicle parts and manufacturing; Truck transportation; Oil and gas extraction; Iron and steel mills. Land use includes: Logging; Forest nurseries, forest products, and timber tracts; Cattle ranching and farming.
The LED light was made in a factory outside of Beijing, China. The body of the flashlight was produced in China. More information is needed about this object.
This fashlight was given as a gift to a friend from Sisters of St. Joseph in Brentwood, NY. He passed it on to me. I have carried it from Brooklyn to storage to Manhattan to Brooklyn. I haven't opened it.
The Dow Chemical Co. began manufacturing zip lock bags in 1968, but today the Ziploc brand is marketed by S.C. Johnson & Co. Polyethylene plastic is melted down to a point in which it is pliable. It is then poured into a very thin mold that is in the shape and size of the bag. The closures on the bags are formed in separate molds out of stronger, thicker plastic. A plastic slider zipper is used to push the lips of the bag closed and to fasten them shut. There is male and a female track. The male track locks into the female track fastening closed and requiring quite a tug to be opened again. The closure is durable enough that you can hold the bag upside down and the contents will not spill out onto the floor. Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE). Plastic Recycling Number/Resin ID Code #4. Polyethylene plastic resin is the most commercially used polymer that is available in a large range of flexibilities and densities. Ziplock plants are located in Bay City, Michigan and in Fresno, California.