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[Adv.] Bright Technologies


Bright Technologies has been quite busy lately assisting paper mills worldwide in solving their wet waste handling and dewatering problems. Whether your mill is considering the hottest trends in Biorefining and Biogas generation or your mill just needs better and more reliable waste dewatering equipment to reduce landfill and disposal costs, Bright Technologies may be able to help. They offer equipment to press and dewater "coarse" wet waste streams as well as high performance presses for handling all types of paper mill waste water treatment sludges.

Contact Bright Technologies to learn more about their equipment and how they may be able to assist you in solving your wet waste handling problems.

By the way, Bright Technologies will be participating in the 50th Anniversary, EXFOR 2008 show in Montreal. This will be held at the Palais des Congres de Montreal on 5 - 7 Feb 2008. Their booth number is 1923. I'll be there, in the booth, too, and just may have a limited number of my books along.

When you talk to Bright, tell them you saw them on Nip Impressions.


Answer to last week's riddle: Pygmy Shrew.


Last week's riddle asked: "Adults of the smallest mammal in North America weigh about as much as a dime. Name the animal."

This week's riddle:

If you have 55 coins - pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - that add up to $10.00, with fewer pennies than nickels, fewer nickels than dimes, fewer dimes than quarters, and at least one of each coin, how many of each type of coin do you have?

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