Innovations in Protecting Man and Environment| Innoget

ADVANCED PASSIVE TECHNOLOGY posted this:
Independent Researcher&Inventor

In the current conjuncture, in the global crisis foreshadowed after that of COVID-19 (which has severely affected and still affects the world economy), the modular buildings (of any size), for any purpose (residential buildings, holiday cottages, hotels, offices, industrial buildings, etc.), inexpensive, thermal-insulating, which can be placed on any surface, fast to build, made from inexpensive materials, will conquer the market very quickly, especially if these buildings are also of very good quality. Now, when the businessman thinks of ‘tomorrow’ (in all its aspects) more insistently than before, a small investment in a new technology able to produce buildings of any size, at low prices (at a production price of max. USD 350 / built square metre), affordable for everyone, might be a successful business for man’s increasingly uncertain future. Therefore, I am looking for business partners (preferably architects, building engineers, interior decorators by profession) able to technically, but also financially, understand the benefits of my inventions, and fund the setting up of the first production facility for passive and energy-independent modular buildings, or a manufacturing line for any of the products mentioned in the attachments of this letter, the size of the production facility and the production volume being agreed with the future partner. For that, the potential investor will become my equal partner in a new company to be set up, and will have the right of first refusal to buy the majority shareholding after my retirement from the business. The document and the video attached with these two links https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wecCIyybxQ5aG0I3HQG955BBVDc0lBjK/view and https://drive.google.com/file/d/167Wj-ZXm4szJkqNqxO_wrk3jCuMk9GRS/view describe a patented new method (which is four times environmentally-friendly) for obtaining a very versatile material (made in several recipes) made of organic waste (such as waste paper & cardboard, waste wood & wood-substitutes, regardless of its form when in the environment, or resulting from industry and/or demolition, worn furniture, etc., post-consumer packaging, plastic waste, and the list could continue), named ‘TRIPLE-R Synthetic Wood, meaning Recoverable - Reusable - Recyclable, which can be used to manufacture any product that is currently made of wood or wood-substitutes and, partially, concrete and plastics. For further information, email me at advanced.passive.technology@gmail.com.
Synthetic wood obtained from organic waste by means of a method that is four times environmentally-friendly!

Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:

There is a growing evidence the SARS-CoV-2 survives well on various surfaces even up to several days (e.g., on plastic and stainless steel). However, it is not clear if the common practice of disinfection of surfaces is the optimal one, how effective it is, and if it can be improved. In many cases the drying of disinfection chemicals might leave behind stable thin liquid films and tiny microdroplets (termed microscopic surface wetness), invisible to the naked eye, which likely impacts viruses’ survival. In our lab we commonly study the survival of microorganisms on drying surfaces and in microscopic surface wetness. We recently showed that bacteria can survive in such microscopic wetness even for days. Yet, it is unknown how viruses like the SARS-CoV-2 can survive and remain stable on drying surfaces in particular after disinfection treatment. To study this question, we will test viral stability and survival on several surface types (e.g., plastic stainless steel, glass and cardboard), following suggested disinfectant treatments for SARS-CoV-2 and under various realistic environmental conditions. Then, we will work toward modifications of treatments or recommendations for post treatment steps (e.g. washing with specific agent), to improve common disinfection practices and reduce virus survival on surfaces. Project ID : 47-2020-10897
Improving Surface and Hand Disinfection Treatments Against Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)