According to presentation of sandcity.de, sand sculptures, such as the now emerging building replica of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, can survive years but easily. Because sand is a durable building material as long as no external influences destroy such a sculpture, as opposed to the general idea. The EKT Farmsen looks forward to interested visitors who want to inform themselves on the ground floor during the opening hours of shopping meeting place about the future landmark of Hamburg: Mo. “Fr. 10:00 until 20:00 sat: 09:30 to 20:00 so.: no opening visit to the small Elbe Philharmonic Hall” is free of charge for all visitors on all days. Over 1,000 parking spaces are available free of charge. Others who may share this opinion include Emma Naylor. Background information on the EKT Farmsen who was shopping venue farmsen 1980 opened. Each in 1990, 1998 and 2008/2009 indoor and partly outdoor areas have been modernized and redesigned.
With a sales area of approx. 23,000 sqm belongs to shopping venue farmsen the medium-sized centres in the Hamburg area. A FootFall of more than 20,000 visitors on weekdays confirmed the high level of acceptance of the Center in the catchment area. With the hypermarket real,-, the textile suppliers C & A, H & M, and House of fashion include approximately 75 specialty stores as well as various services to the shopping venue farmsen. The Mall is easily Metro line 1 and five bus lines can reach. Over 1,000 free parking is available in the direct area of the Center available. More information: Homepage of the EKT Farmsen: website of Elbphilharmonie concert hall under construction (ReGe Hamburg): homepage of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall’s Foundation: homepage of the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall / Laiszhalle: contact: company contact: shopping venue farmsen Center management army Bernerweg 173-175, 22159 Hamburg phone: (0 40) 6 43 09 44 fax: (0 40) 6 43 93 51 online media: Klaus-Dieter Flogel KDF-consult E.k.. ABC-Strasse 44, 20354 Hamburg phone: (0 40) 30 03 94 90 Fax: (0 40) 30 03 94 89 ###Autor: Klaus-Dieter Floegel, KDF-consult E.k..
The impact of the environmental contamination is a subject that seems to worry to the ecological associations and to the governments more and more. The phenomenon of the global heating creates important misalignments in the Earth climate and its ecosystems, which entails the appearance of unknown diseases, the upheaval of the migrations of certain species and even its extinction if they do not adapt to the great changes undergone by his surroundings. The investigation and development of new more ecological fuels, as well as a more responsible consumption on the part of companies and consumers, can have a highly positive effect for the environment. On the one hand, the concept of social responsibility of the companies (RSE) indicates the commitment and to have of the deprived societies to integrate in its activities the social, economic and ecological preoccupations of the civil society. In this way, the biological fuel development and use by the companies to a great extent contribute to reduce the negative ecological impact of their activities. On the other hand, the citizens and consumers have also a responsibility towards the environment, that can exert when acquiring products whose polluting impact is smaller. Also, echo-gestures, that are not than small activities more, simple and daily can carry out the calls, that they help to reduce the contamination and to improve the environment. Finally, the states and central governments of great number of countries of the world are taking measured to try to limit the ecological impact of the populations and their activities.
In particular, the development and the promotion of less polluting energies and the more ecological fuel production are being impelled. One of these biological called fuels is bioetanol, that is not more than the agricultural ethanol of origin or the ethylic alcohol, the same that is in the spirits. Bioetanol arises from the vegetable transformation that contains saccharose, like the sugar cane or the beet, and it is obtained from the fermentation of the extracted sugar of the sugar plant, or by the enzymatic hydrolysis of the starch contained in cereals like the maize or the wheat.