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The Life of a Hockey Puck
Transcript of The Life of a Hockey Puck
-Sulfur is mainly found in Canada, United States, and West Asia.
-Sulfur is found in the Earth's crust in oceans, meteorites and in volcanoes
- Vulcanized Rubber is primarily made out of natural rubber and a type of coal dust (Carbon Black) and then two different types of oil are added, and Sulphur and Calcium Carbonate are used as well as antioxidants Hockey Pucks are only produced in 5 countries; Canada, Russia, China, Czech Republic, and Slovakia. -Mix natural rubber and a type of coal dust (Carbon Black) add two different types of oil, then put in Sulfur and Calcium Carbonate so that the rubber will cure
-After that they add antioxidants to help prevent the rubber from breaking down over time Where do they go? Hockey pucks are shipped all around the world to teams, stores, and arenas for endless use in practices and games. Over 40 million pucks are sold around the world per year -Hockey pucks can be used for ice hockey of all ages, road hockey, practices, shooting in driveways, roller hockey, and even underwater hockey.
-There is no age limit to how old you have to be to purchase a hockey puck
-Sold in many arenas and sports stores across the globe Disposal: How do you dispose of a hockey puck? Many people just throw old pucks away but the problem is that they don't deteriorate very well because they are made from rubber, so when they reach a landfill they stay there for a long time. Is there a better way to dispose that won't hurt the environment? Recycling:
-Can be a modifier for asphalt
-can be re-purposed into other rubber products Reusing:
-give to a friend
-donate to a hockey team This is ... By: Katlyn In the future... Key Questions to consider: Whats happening to the rubber trees that are imported to Canada?
How much pollution is transportation emitting into our society?
How can I be environmentally friendly when disposing of hockey pucks? Environmental Issues What's the impact of hockey pucks? -Post consumer waste
-more difficult to recycle because rubber cannot be processed by the simple heat and pressure technique like plastic can
-factories create fumes and pollution
-extraction of resources creates pollution
-transportation of rubber tree sap causes pollution
-importing sap causes pollution
-transportation of product causes pollution