Yantai Rhyther Mining Machinery Co.,Ltd specializes in designing, manufacturing, installing, and commissioning mine concentration equipment (10,000t/d), such as crushing, screening, conveying, feeding, grinding, classifying, agitating, magnetic separation, gravity separation, floatation, dewatering, cyaniding, and metallurgical extraction equipment, etc.
Rhyther Mining's EPC service refers to the turnkey project services that we not only supply the equipment, but also provide full set of services including engineering design, equipment procurement, plant construction, installation, commissioning and training to make the mineral processing plant reach the expected recovery rate.
We have sealed 13 screening plants in Bailgarh village on May 14, seven screening plants in Kanalsi village on May 15 and 11 screening plants in Mandauli and Lakkar villages on May 16, said Kamaljit Singh, Assistant Environment Engineer, HSPCB, Yamunanagar.
The 14 screening plants were sealed as the mining mafia had damaged a large section of the right lower downstream embankment (RLDSE) along the Yamuna river at Tajewala by carrying out illegal digging up to 50-ft deep along the embankment.
Kamaljit Singh further said, We have to seal a total of 53 screening plants and have so far closed 45 screening plants, including 14 in Tajewala village in Yamunanagar district. The rest of the eight illegal screening plants in Majri Tappu village will be sealed soon.
The Tribune, now published from Chandigarh, started publication on February 2, 1881, in Lahore (now in Pakistan). It was started by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, a public-spirited philanthropist, and is run by a trust comprising four eminent persons as trustees.
The Tribune, the largest selling English daily in North India, publishes news and views without any bias or prejudice of any kind. Restraint and moderation, rather than agitational language and partisanship, are the hallmarks of the paper. It is an independent newspaper in the real sense of the term.
Incepted in 1997, PVR operates a cinema circuit comprising 845 screens at 176 properties in 71 cities across India and Sri Lanka. PVR Cinemas serves over 100 million patrons every year. It offers different array of formats, including premium screen category (Director's Cut), Gold Class, Sapphire, IMAX, 4DX, P[XL], Playhouse, and PVR Onyx.
The entertainment industry is one of the worst-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, entrepreneurs in the cinema industry are hopeful about bouncing back into the business once things go back to normalcy.
During an earlier conversation with YourStory's Shradha Sharma, Founder, Chairman, and MD of PVR Ajay Bijli had said, "I am banking on the fact that going out is innate human nature, and 10 weeks of lockdown cannot change that. All of us are so restless to go out now.
Co-founder of BookMyShow Ashish Hemrajani had mentioned that cinema provides an escape from the reality -- from homes and environment, and that is what is going to attract Indians back to the theatres.
The neighbors have a bird's eye view into our backyard barbecues and the opportunity to take notes as we dash across the driveway in our PJs, putting the trash cans out before the garbage truck arrives.Not to mention, we'd like to avoid looking at their lovely collection of junk cars.What about a view of their bathroom window? Can we cover that up with trees and shrubs?
The below picture is a perfect privacy border with its rock wall and mixed conifers, but hardscaping, majestic trees, topiaries and flowering perennials aren't possible for many of us due to budget, time and space constraints. The opposite of a mixed border is typically a straight row of Leyland Cypress , and while useful, it's pretty dull. Don't worry, you can have your secret garden, or at least some privacy, by installing living walls or "screens" with a few well-placed evergreen trees and shrubs.
Diversify the plant material. Let's say you plant a row of Leyland Cypress (please don't, here's why), and the bagworms show up and defoliate all of them. There goes your investment. If instead, you mixed the border with Leylands, hollies, magnolias, rhododendrons and the like, then the bagworms destroy a only portion of your privacy and investment. Replacement costs, if needed, are less and you still have some privacy wile waiting on new plants to grow in.
Plant multiple species in small groupings of three to five. Plant in a staggered or layered planting, not a row (if possible). This provides greater interest year round. If you don't have room for a layered planting, and a row is all you can do, diversifying is still a better long-term choice.
Avoid cramming plants on top of each other. Allow individual plants enough sunlight and air circulation to grow and fill out. The inclination is to cram a lot of plants as tightly together as possible for greater coverage. This leads to multiple fungal and bacterial diseases due to less air and sunlight circulation. Plants pass diseases between them, reducing the lifespan of your screen. Extra patience is required to wait for plants to fill out, but you save money and trouble in the end. Replacing fully grown trees in the middle of a row of fully grown trees is no easy endeavor.
Add shrubs and perennials to create a more natural border. A straight row of tall trees blocking the neighbors may be efficient but it looks unnatural and static. Use varying heights and textures and add plants that bloom or have berries for year-round interest. Ex: Thuja 'Green Giant', Magnolia 'Little Gem', Viburnum 'Conoy', Inkberry holly, azaleas, and rhododendrons.
Understand the cultural conditions of your site and the requirements of the plants. Ex: Magnolias will tolerate some shade, but too much shade and they provide a screen but no blooms. The same goes for camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas. They may grow providing the needed evergreen, but will not bloom if shade is dense. Certain conifers can tolerate more shade than others. Japanese cedars work in a somewhat shady setting. 'Green Giant' arborvitaes need full sun to thrive, but can tolerate shade. The goal is to understand what youre attempting. Dont expect plants to perform as perfect specimens in less than ideal situations. Sometimes, we consider the only the functionality of the plant. Will it thrive in this part-sun setting (i.e. will it be full and lush, bloom, and grow quickly)? Or will it survive and meet the need or providing privacy (i.e. grow but not necessarily be a perfect specimen)? It's important to know how much sun/shade you have and what the plant's needs are before you buy.
Stand inside your home and look out your windows. Where is coverage most needed? Will one large spruce or magnolia do the job? Or a grouping in one or two areas? Mark the spots with an orange flag to remember where to plant.
Consider how quickly you need screening. Trees are characterized into slow (< 12" yearly), medium (13"-24" yearly) and fast (25"+ yearly) growth rates. Remember that sunlight exposure, soil conditions, drainage, fertility and other elements affect growth.
Stump grinding is necessary if you want to plant new trees. If the deciduous forest between you and your neighbor is full in summer but bare in winter, removing some trees to plant evergreens may be necessary. Be sure to budget for stump grinding when you calculate the cost of tree removal. Folks often skip this step to save dollars, but planting new trees in a mass of old roots is hard for the digger and the plant. For successful planting, the old roots should be gone, giving the new roots plenty of room to spread.
Plant for the mature size of the screen. What's it going to look like in 5 years, 10 years, and so forth. Plants don't stop growing, so while they may look just the right size when you plant them, remember they're going to grow. Plan for the ultimate height and width.
Hollies are dioecious; meaning the male plants produce pollen, and the female plants produce berries, the reason we want these evergreens trees. To get the berries, a male plant needs to be within 30-40' of the female for the holly to have berries. Some are self-pollinating.
Cryptomeria japonica 'Radicans' or 'Yoshino' look very similar and make an interesting addition to the screen. Pyramidal in shape with tiny cones on the pendulous ends, these sentry-like trees are also narrow.
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