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Designed exclusively for Booty & Swagg and the Guardian Service Ware blog, this apron sports a vibrant red and gold logo, inspired by the Guardian Service Cleaner cans and faithfully and painstakingly recreated. Chefs and foodies have collected this cookware and extolled its virtues for decades,...
Join the Knights of "Good Health, Pleasure and Profit!" Now exclusively for Booty & Swagg and the Guardian Service Ware blog: the Guardian Service Ware Magnet. The striking red white and blue logo with knight appeared on the back cover of the 1935 Guardian Service Tested Recipes Cookbook. Chefs...
Join the Knights of "Good Health, Pleasure and Profit!" Now exclusively for Booty & Swagg and the Guardian Service Ware blog: the Guardian Service Ware Magnet. The striking red and gold logo with a black knight was featured on the Guardian Service Cleaner can of the 1940 and 50s. Chefs and...
Designed exclusively for Booty & Swagg and the Guardian Service Ware blog, this tee includes the bold GS insignia on the pocket area and on back, a Guardian Service Ware Scrubbing Elf, skillfully scouring his Economy Trio Cooker until it gleams! These delightful designs are faithful, painstaking...
The Silver Seal Tee, exclusively designed for Booty & Swagg and the Guardian Service Ware blog. Distinctively art deco, this 1930s predecessor to the Guardian Service Cookware line features a scroll-work insignia, here re-envisioned with elements from the original Cleaner/Polish canister.
PFASs are probably one of the nastiest toxic substances you’ve never heard of—but might be ingesting trace amounts almost every day. PFASs stands for poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances. They’re an industrial solvent that is added to the containers of common foods, plus electronics, footwear, sleeping bags, raingear and tents. They’re what help fabrics repel water. They also keep microwave popcorn from sticking to the bag, pizza boxes from collapsing no matter how greasy they get from the cheese and pepperoni and food from sticking in a non-stick pan. They’re related to PFOAs, a chemical the Dupont Company used to add to Teflon to make it non-stick before the public learned that PFOAs cause cancer and poisoned drinking water, Environmental Working Group reports in “Poisoned Legacy. ” Public outcry led to a ban on PFOAs. Now, EWG has learned that PFOAs were simply replaced by PFASs, which are also carcinogenic and widespread. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that traces of the chemicals can be found in the bloodstreams of nearly every American alive today, reports Tech Times. They can also pass into embryos developing in the womb. Plus, many animals have trace amounts of PFOAs in their blood, including polar bears. In addition to cancer, PFASs have been found to cause “liver toxicity, disruption of lipid metabolism and the immune and endocrine systems, adverse neurobehavioral effects, neonatal toxicity and death, and tumors in multiple organ systems,”... Despite the public health threat they pose, companies that use products tainted with PFASs are not required to disclose the presence of this chemical or the exposure consumers might suffer. If you want protection, it’s up to you. What Can You Do. 1) Pop popcorn in a pot with oil, or microwave in a plain paper bag. Stop eating popcorn from standard microwave bags. It only takes a couple minutes more to pop corn in a covered pot with a little oil. Or, simply put corn kernels in a plain paper bag and curl up the end (DON’T STAPLE OR TAPE IT). The popcorn will pop in the bag. try it a few times until you find the right amount of time for your microwave. 2) Pick up your pizza rather than have it delivered, or ask them to wrap it in aluminum foil rather than put it in a pizza box. Take a pizza stone or cookie sheet with. Source: www.care2.com
What can I put in my recycling cart. Aluminum cans, etc. - All aluminum, steel and tin cans, clean foil & aluminum food pans. Cardboard, etc. - Milk & juice cartons, paper towel & toilet tissue rolls, paper-board food boxes and corrugated cardboard boxes. Glass bottles & jars. Clear and color glass bottles and jars. NO oven cookware, drinking glasses or ceramics. Paper - Newspapers, magazines, catalogs, shredded paper (place in paper bags not plastic), paperback books, office paper, junk mail, envelopes, telephone books and brown paper bags. Plastic bottles and containers - Beverage bottles and food containers (water and soda, yogurt and butter tubs). Dish soap, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner and similar items. Caps and pumps on can be left on. No straws please. Source: wfit.org
Description . Alcoa is the world’s leading producer of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum and alumina. In addition to inventing the modern-day aluminum industry, Alcoa innovation has been behind major milestones in the aerospace, automotive, packaging, building and construction, commercial transportation, consumer electronics and industrial markets... Among the solutions Alcoa markets are flat-rolled products, hard alloy extrusions, and forgings, as well as Alcoa® wheels, fastening systems, precision and investment castings, and building systems in addition to its expertise in other light... Sustainability is an integral part of Alcoa’s operating practices and the product design and engineering it provides to customers. Alcoa has been a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for nine consecutive years and approximately 75 percent of all of the aluminum ever produced since 1888 is still in active use today. Alcoa employs approximately 59,000 people in 31 countries across the world. Located 2 hours west of Philadelphia, Lancaster specializes in aluminum sheet and cast plate. 3 million square-foot plant, we offer a variety of products--from painted sheet to blanked products. What we produce here is found in a wide assortment of end products, such as truck cabs, cookware and construction materials. We also produce brazing sheet used by auto manufacturers to make evaporator and condenser components. Another capability, for which we are well known, is the production of machined cast plate used in a number of diverse products, ranging from robotics to medical instruments. The Lancaster, PA manufacturing facility is seeking a Process Engineer expected to provide technical solutions to recurring design, process and application problems, analyze equipment and process data to identify opportunities and develop... They would also be expected to develop, manage and implement capital projects, major repairs and maintenance projects and provide some process engineering support. Major Responsibilities:. • Design and debugging of manufacturing processes and procedures • Involvement with continuous improvement initiatives of manufacturing methods • Assist in reduction of set up time • Work hand in hand with production technicians • Act as a... Source: jobs.chemengonline.com
Most aluminum cookware can be divided into one of two categories: aluminum alloy cookware (fortified with metals like magnesium, copper, or bronze for added strength) and anodized aluminum cookware (which reacts less with acidic foods). Anodized
IMUSA was set up in Colombia in 1934 to manufacture aluminum cookware. The firm, whose name represents the initials for Industrias Metalúrgicas S.A., expanded into making other cookware and small appliances and sold its products throughout Latin
They also keep microwave popcorn from sticking to the bag, pizza boxes from collapsing no matter how greasy they get from the cheese and pepperoni and food from sticking in a non-stick pan. They're related to PFOAs, a chemical the Dupont Company used
Hilary Arena, Recycling Coordinator with Brevard County Solid Waste gives the latest countywide recycling milestone. What can I put in my recycling cart? Aluminum cans, etc. - All aluminum, steel and tin cans, clean foil & aluminum food pans. Cardboard
Pots: A copper preserving kettle is not necessary. An enamel-covered cast-iron pot like Le Creuset or other similar pot, or a heavy-bottom non-reactive (non-aluminum) stockpot will do the job. Jars: You will need Ball or Kerr canning jars and lids