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[Adv.] Bright Technologies


Speaking of water, a Bright Technologies extruder press can help you keep water on site and not pay for shipping it to a landfill with your sludge.

For high performance and durable waste handling and waste de-watering equipment, Bright Technologies is highly sought after by the Pulp/Paper Industry. With our equipment systems being installed worldwide, we have proven that we can meet the needs and expectations of our pulp and paper mill customers. Today, we all face challenges that have been dealt as the results from the worldwide economic slowdown. Bright Technologies wants to let you know that we still want to see you succeed in lowering your waste handling costs by using our equipment. We have teamed up with financial institutions to offer excellent financing options for you to still obtain our equipment without consuming capital dollars. If you would like to make improvements in your waste handling system, contact Bright Technologies today so we can help you make it happen.

Bright Technologies is a wholly owned division of Sebright Products, Inc. located in Hopkins, Michigan, USA.

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


Jim



Riddles by Travis:

Answer to last week's riddle: "According to ISO 8601, the first week of a calendar year is the one with the year's first Thursday. Thus, a year with 52 Thursdays has 52 weeks, and a year with 53 Thursdays has 53."

Last week's riddle asked: "Which day of the week determines how many weeks are in a year?"

This week's riddle: Jim, Laura, and Fred are at obedience training. They are standing in a field, looking at each other, each one 50 yards (45.7 meters) apart from the other. All at once, they begin to chase each other, each running at the person or dog to their left at precisely the same speed. (We all know Fred runs faster than Jim, but spare me the simplifying assumption). They eventually converge in the middle of their initial arrangement. How far did each person/dog run?

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