Natural Environment

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Natural Environment

The living and nonliving things in an area of the Earth. The natural environment both enables human life and is affected by human activity. That is, whether a human builds a house, grows a crop or mines a mineral, the natural environment is changed. The natural environment is necessary for commerce to take place. See also: Sustainability.
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The plant contains several Generation-1 ECO2 Environmental Systems, which are used to clean "oil-contaminated HDPE" collected through the Motor Oil Bottle Recycling program.
The Oil and Gas industries cannot reach their full potential without a sustainable water strategy behind them," said Eli Gruber, President and CEO, Ecologix Environmental Systems.
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Our survey gives a good initial perspective on why the energy industry can and should place more emphasis on water treatment," said Eli Gruber, president and CEO, Ecologix Environmental Systems.
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