ShareTweetShareShareEmail Recommended for you Related Items:rio 2016 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsRussia and France will fight for the gold at the Women’s Olympic tournament in Rio! The Norwegian left wing Camilla Herrem missed the last tricky shot only 10 seconds before the end of extra-time, to bring the happiness on the faces of Russian girls after 70 minutes of great battle – 38:37 (31:31 – 18:16).The team led by Evgeny Trefilov since 1999 (with a small break in 2013) will have the second chance to win the Olympic tournament. They lost in first attempt in Beijing, where golden era of Norwegian girls began. This was a sweet revenge of the new Trefilov’s generation, who has everything to stay among the best in years to come.Heidi Loke saved Norway from losing match in regular time, with equalizer four seconds before the final buzzer – 31:31, but Scandinavian girls led by Nora Mork (14 goals) simply weren’t good enough to beat the big rival last night.Bobrobnikova netted eight goals for the winners, Dmitrieva scored one less.PHOTO: IHF, Stephane Pillaud THE END OF GOLDEN SERIES: France lose first final after 23 years! Click to comment RIO 2016: Handball was the most popular after football! PSG Handball outplay “wild” Esperance for TOP semi-final! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
There are four machines in all that can be built with readily available materials in just a few days. A plastic shredder, an extruder which turns plastic flakes, an injector which heats the flakes and uses them to create mould which can be used to create large objects.“With this project we want to try and improve plastic recycling by providing the tools to get started. Sot this is all the basic information people need to start their own little recycling business anywhere in the world. ” Said Dave Haakens, Founder, Precious PlasticHakkens is encouraging users of the site – www.preciousplastics.com – to spread the word and wants people across the globe to create their own small recycling centres and products.A recent study by the National Resource Defense Council found that recycling 75 percent of the United States’ waste could generate 1.1 million jobs by 2030. The project originally started as the 2013 graduation project of Dave Hakkens for the Design Academy Eindhoven.