India is a secular state and nation

India is a secular state and nation, which means that it does not follow any one particular religion or there is no official religion for the country. It means that the state will not be dependent on any kind of religious institutions for taking decisions for the state, it will not interfere with the religious matters and the religion will not interfere with the efficacy of the state. India is also, the world’s largest democracy and the second most populous countries of the world and it is emerging as a major power since the 1990’s. It has a strong military and has cultural influence over everything and its economy is fast growing and powerful. India is a highly diverse country with so many linguistic, cultural and religious identities.
This is also reflected in its federal political system, whereby power is shared between the central government and the states. Religions not only have been serving as the foundation of the culture of India, but have had enormous effect on Indian politics and society. In India, religion is a way of life. It is an integral part of the entire Indian tradition. A vast majority of Indians, (over 93%) associate themselves with the religion. According to the 2001 census 80.5% of the population of India practice Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism are other major religions followed by the people of India. There are also numerous minor tribal traditions, though these have been affected by major religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity. It is in this diverse context that the concept of the Uniform Civil Code need to be analyzed.
As it is already said that India has numerous religions and languages, the people of various religions have been governed by their own personal laws since time immemorial. It leads to a different treatment meted out to different classes of people in their personal laws. There are different personal laws for different religious people such as for the Hindus Hindu marriage act, Hindu succession act, Hindu adoption and maintenance act, and also the Hindu guardianship act, for the different purposes such as the marriage, adoption, succession, guardianship etc. Muslims and Christians are governed by their separate personal laws and the reason why we have separate personal laws is that every religious group has different beliefs, customs and practices and it is possible that the practices and beliefs of one religion may contradict with the other one and so for the peaceful running of the society, we have different personal laws. It can be seen often that the personal laws often face difficulty when the question of succession, marriage, divorce, inheritance, adoption, maintenance, guardianship etc.
The Indian Constitution desires and aims for a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) for its citizens. Harmony, unity, equal treatment of everyone before law, equal penalty or punishment for everybody (irrespective of religion, caste, creed or sex), secular law in a secular nation, gender equality, justice for all, etc are certainly noble objectives that could be pursued through a Uniform Civil Code. These could be ideal goals for a developing nation of great diversities, pluralities and potentials, like India.
Although the spirit and intent behind “one nation one law” is worth appreciating, the task has never been easy. Unlike the west, India is far from being a homogenous nation-state and is a home to one of the most diverse and variable melange of a population. It is ethnically diverse, linguistically diverse, culturally and religiously diverse, these not being water tight categories either. Thus they mingle up and create a mash up of an extremely vibrant but difficult to handle populace.
The Constituent Assembly Debates in the constitution making process revealed that the constitution makers debated the concept, relevance and utility of the Uniform Civil Code. The Muslim members of the Constituent Assembly opposed the move with all possible intensity at their command. In this background, the arguments for and a quest for the objective evaluation of the Uniform Civil Code, will not be out of place in India which is known for its religious, cultural and lingual diversities. The Constituent Assembly had its first meeting in December 1946. However just after the freedom of India from the grip of British
imperialist, the place and shape of personal laws in the future legal order in the country got much entangled into the whirlpool of national politics. At the time of making of the Constitution in the year of 1950s the CAD have a lot of conflicts between the issues regarding the personal laws and its codifications. It was opposed by most of the scholars as India being the country recognized by its religion, culture and diversity. Therefore, it is not possible to imagine the country without any of these mentioned features. Even the Constitution makers further provided in the Constitution in the Part 3 regarding the Personal laws,

today’s world that every one of us is so dependent on technology

today’s world that every one of us is so dependent on technology, social media have become a way wherein the entrepreneurs can extend their advertising and marketing campaign to a wider scope of consumers. Social media had become really important gradient in today’s marketing mix in general and in promotion mix in particular. Marjorie Clayman (2011) stated that social media as “a new marketing tool that allows you to get to know your customers and prospects in ways that were previously not possible.” The tool used to market, endorse brands, connect to current and potential customers and advocate new business; therefore, businesses must learn how to use social media appropriately in a way that is consistent to their business objectives (Margaret Rouse, 2016).

19/10/18 Thamanna khatun Unit 1 – Task 1 Northampton life magazine In this assignment I will inform you about the influence carried out by different types of stakeholders for two contrasting organisations

Thamanna khatun
Unit 1 – Task 1

Northampton life magazine

In this assignment I will inform you about the influence carried out by different types of stakeholders for two contrasting organisations. Firstly I will start by describing the type of the two businesses, the scale of the business, and then the type of ownership. Following on I will describe the stakeholders and their influence and how they wish to present their aims and objectives of the business. Furthermore I intend to include an in depth explanation of stakeholders ideas. Lastly I would like to evaluate the influence exerted by the different types of stakeholders for the chosen business.

Northampton College:
Northampton college is a local public sector college, which is a part of the tertiary sector as it is providing education via college.The college is by the government department education source and is a non executive committee. The purpose of this college is to give an opportunity for a higher quality education to those who are aged 16 and above to full extent.

Tesco is a global private sector business and is a public limited company which means that it is owned by thousands of people and not just one. The main aim for Tesco is to retain loyal people and to serve customers a little better everyday. Tesco is a retailer thus it is a tertiary sector. They have an advantage of a limited liability therefore they are not exposed to much financial risks as of unlimited. They operate almost 7,000 stores around the world with over 50,000 employees.

Liability – limited/unlimited:
Liability is a company’s legal financial debts that arise during the course of business operations.
limited liability is where owners are personally liable/responsible for debts for example private limited and public limited companies.
Unlimited liability is if the business fails or is lacking they would have to pay for everything themselves even if this means selling belongings or as such. Examples of these are sole traders and partnerships.

8 key stakeholders: Tesco ; Northampton college

Customer – They are those who purchase goods or services for a business and are often driven by price or value.

Tesco – Their view is that they want cheaper products at their best deals from tesco. The customers aims are to lower the prices of the products to sell at a reasonable price to make is affordable. There has been news in the guardian newspaper that Tesco have been struggling to keep up with Aldi and Lidl’s price matches. Consequently they have come out with a new discounter named jack to overthrow Aldi and Lidl. This now means that due to the new brand they are able to buy things at a cheaper price for the customers which shape their aims and objectives. The pros for this new idea is that they are able to buy products at a cheaper price and more affordable price, and maybe gain some of their customers back or attract external customers. However it is believed that maybe it is too late and they won’t be able to overcome the standards which Aldi or Lidl have already provided.

Employees – They seek job security as well as promotional opportunities and a good pay.

Tesco – They want a suitable working environment with a good pay to support them in the personal lives. They believe that Tesco would provide them with the security of employment, and be credited when deserved.

Suppliers – They often strive to gain large and steady contracts with other businesses so they can work closely in a respectful relationship.

Tesco – They need someone to provide goods on a daily basis so they expect Tesco to give quick payments, and gain good respect within the industry.

Owners – They are often seen as key stakeholders as they have invested the most time and money into the business which makes sense to why most would want large profits.

Tesco – The owners of Tesco have great expectations and standards and look forward to excel this onto their staff. A news report a while ago have shown that “Tesco’s Bosses told to be nicer to staff”, they believe that if they praise their workers and use manners or general etiquettes such as saying please and thank you, their workers will be encouraged to provide better customer services. This presents and completes their objectives towards their staff and benefit the company as whole.

Trade unions – They represent the interests of the employees, they aim to make their employees have a high satisfactory pay rate with upto standard working conditions.

Tesco – They wants a secure working environment for their employees and to produce a higher wage.

Employers association – Represent employees and make sure everyone is treated fairly without any dispute amongst themselves.

Government – They want businesses to provide jobs and tax revenue to help the economy grow at a steady rate with blooming opportunities for everyone capable.

Tesco – The government want to reduce having to pay for unemployment hence they support the idea of more people working there, also they want the tax collect from tesco

Local and national communities – They can have a direct impact on local and national communities. People in the local community often want jobs which are eco friendly as well as minimum pollution and damage to the area.

Tesco – The local community expect jobs from tesco and free resources to schools etc. On the Tesco official website they claim to say that they donate meals to the local charity and provide jobs for the residents living nearby. To take action they decided to make ‘Bags of help’, which means that they are more friendly to the environment and everyone is much greener. This matches the aims of the local community as they are well benefited through this new method.

In the research article by Chadha

In the research article by Chadha, S. K. (2010) discussed three relative offences that as an impact on the society due to cyber-crime and legislation that govern such transgression in technology. Digital forgery is the destruction of information with the use of viruses. Many countries rely on digital commerce for the purpose of buying and selling goods and services. Digital forgery is popular among altering digital contents such as pictures and document. There have been cases were hackers hack into sites and post malicious and indecent material with the intention to cause damages by the way of defamation of mischief rather than anything else.

Have you ever felt as if you couldn’t say something that could fix a situation

Have you ever felt as if you couldn’t say something that could fix a situation? In life, situations happen around the world that we usually cannot control and it makes you feel helpless not being able to speak out about it, but poetry can speak for you. In the poem “Bluebird” by Charles Bukowski, A man is bottling up all his emotions and not expressing them to anyone. “After Years” by Ted Kooser, has a man seeing a woman from his past and deep feelings come back to him, but he does not do anything. The poem “The Quiet World” by Jeffrey Mcdaniel, is a world that forces people to speak less. All these poems have the same idea. That there are things we just cannot do, and things we cannot say. Poetry is a way for us to express ourselves when we cannot speak.
Keeping feelings to yourself can really affect a person’s life. The poem “Bluebird” by Charles Bukowski, relates to everyone because everyone has something they have wanted to say but couldn’t. Bukowski writes about a tough man in the eyes of others, but the “tough” man is fighting to keep down feelings that want out, but he says, “stay in there, I’m not gonna let anyone see you.” Having it written on paper is a sort of a cry for help that would never have been known if not written. It may not be completely true, but we cannot make up those feelings. Deep down Bukowski probably feels this to be a true story in one way or another and wants people to know. It is not healthy to bottle up emotions because then you are not true to yourself. Poetry is a safe option to unleash your feelings, you may not show it to people, but just having all those feelings kept somewhere that isn’t inside is weight off of shoulders.

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According to (West, 2015), One of the virtues of portable gadgets is that they make it possible to customize educational element for person understudies. In most countries, instructors bargain with classrooms of exceptionally different understudies. Students come from distinctive backgrounds, have dissimilar interface, and learn in one of a kind way. In their person lives, youthful individuals are usual to personalized substance and immediate communications. They look for data around the clock and seek after data that is important to their specific interface. In fact, one of the benefits of mobile gadgets is their capacity to supply personalized computerized substance 24/7. Substance ought to be omnipresent and customized so that understudies can take after their learning interests and figure out where to get answers to essential questions. He also makes a research in turkey which majority of students from almost all universities that give the evidence by using mobile technology is effective for learning English. By training with electronics will bring positive attitudes and better results.

Egypt is a country of “everyday piety”

Egypt is a country of “everyday piety”. The main religion of Egypt is Islam. The overwhelming majority of the population (95%) proclaims Sunni Islam. Several thousand people are Shiites. Some of them are Sufis. Modern Sufis of Egypt are young, educated men who are building their professional careers.
Any statement about the future contains a prohibition, the phrase “God will give” is often used, showing that the final solution of the question depends on the will of God.
In ancient Egypt there were a very large number of gods. Each city had its own pantheon or ennead – there are some main deities that people worshiped. However, for the first time such an ennead appeared in the city of Heliopolis (Heliopolis). It has been known since the time of the Early Kingdom, that is, from the sources of Egyptian civilization.
God Ra
This is the supreme ancient Egyptian deity who represented the sun. After the creation of the world, Ra began to reign over him, and this was the most gracious time for people. The power of God was in his mysterious name. Other celestials wanted to know this name in order to obtain the same strength, but the sun god did not tell anyone.
God Shu
This deity personified an air space illuminated by the sun. Shu was the son of Ra, and when he ascended into heaven, he began to reign instead of him. He ruled the sky, the earth, the mountains, the winds, the seas
Goddess Tefnut
This deity also belonged to the main gods of Ancient Egypt. Tefnut – the goddess of heat and moisture.
God Goeb
Geb is the god of the earth, son of Shu and Tefnut. He married his own sister Nut – the goddess of heaven – and this couple had children: Osiris, Isis, Seth, Nephthys.
Goddess Chloe
She lifted the dead into the sky and guarded the tombs of the dead. It was portrayed as a woman with a curved body.
The Goddess Isis
The Goddess was considered the goddess of fertility, symbolized motherhood and femininity. The Egyptians believed that the Nile flooded when Isis crying, mourning for her husband Osiris, who left her and left to rule the kingdom of the dead.

The largest Christian community in the Middle East – Coptic Christians in Egypt, consider themselves not as a cultural or ethnic minority, but by the Egyptians, whose ancestors, the pre-Arab population of Egypt adopted Christianity in the first centuries.
Also in Egypt are very common associations of mystics (Sufi brotherhoods). These groups of men, under the leadership of the sheikh or hierarchy of the sheiks, are directed to help their brethren achieve allegorical experience of union with God. This mystical experience is often achieved through collective rituals
It is not surprising then that there were over 2,000 deities in the Egyptian pantheon. Some of these deities’ names are well known: Isis, Osiris, Horus, Amun, Ra, Hathor, Bastet, Thoth, Anubis, and Ptah while many others less so.

It is a common phenomenon for all the organisations that in order to be more profitable

It is a common phenomenon for all the organisations that in order to be more profitable, in order to actually survive within the market organisations therefore must recognise and at all times stay close to the consumers to offer products as well as services which can then be bought by the consumers. In today’s changing world it can be seen that organisations are therefore using a systematic approach to comprehend the behaviour of the consumers constantly on the basis of different marketing strategies. For all organisation it is very critical to understand the consumer behaviour as it is considered an important element in the business industry. It then demonstrates a clear understanding on the consumer behaviour purchasing model, analyses the importance of consumer behaviour for organisations.
The report focuses on the detailed description as to why understanding consumer behaviour is very critical for all the organisations, primary target, and secondary target and how an issue within an organisation could be resolved using consumer insight. It analyses the importance as in why consumers buy the product as there are different types of emotions associated with the consumers while buying a product or a service as all the buyers are different.

Consumer Behaviour
The term Consumer Behaviour can be explained as the study of how different consumers generate ideas/ thoughts on several factors such as what the consumers buy which can be a product or a service, why they buy which includes specific reasoning for the purchase, when the consumers buy the service or the product, from where the consumers buy it, how often the consumers buy the service or a product and also how often the consumers use the service or a product. It is also known as a product person situation. (Quester, P., Pettigrew, S., Kopanidis, F., Rao Hill, S. and Hawkins, D, 2014, pg. 53) Consumer Behaviour is basically a discipline trading with how and why consumers purchase or do not purchase goods and services. (Quester, P., Pettigrew, S., Kopanidis, F., Rao Hill, S. and Hawkins, D, 2014, pg. 52). It is ‘concerned with all activities directly involved in obtaining, consuming and disposing of products and services, including the decision processes that precede and follow these actions’ (Engel, J. F., Blackwell, R. D., ; Miniard, R. W., 1995).
An influential cooperation of affect, behaviour and also environmental events in which society or human beings administer the exchange aspects of their lives is defined as consumer behaviour. (Bennett, While, 1995, p. 59). The term consumer behaviour comprises of thoughts as well as emotions the consumers experience in the process of consumption. Consumer Behaviour is the study of processes that basically satisfy their needs, wants and desires when an individual or a group purchase, use, dispose the product. (Solomon, 2009, pg. 33).
Consumer Behaviour model starts with problem recognition where a consumer sees a need or recognises a problem. An example can be where a phone or a laptop doesn’t seem to perform well. Moving on to the next step which is information search where after a problem has been identified where a consumer looks for different options to meet their needs, wants. If a problem is with a phone the consumer becomes more attentive to different mobile brands, keeps on browsing the net or advertisements, could be recommendations from friends, families. The next stage involved the consumer buying model is Evaluation and Selection of Alternatives. In this stage the consumer is basically after the benefits that are provided by the product, whether the product has certain set of attributes such as design, portability, warranty, brand reputation, price and other attributes. The next stage is the buying or could be described as a process that is involved in purchasing. This basically talks about which particular brand or from which particular store the consumer should be looking to buy the product. For example the consumer can first decide the product and then decide from which store or outlet they are going to buy the product from or could be vice-versa which means they first decide from which outlet or store they want to go to and then buy the product. After finalising the brand/ product and the store then comes the post purchase evaluation which includes whether the consumers are satisfied or not with a purchase. It is all based on how customers feel when purchasing a product as whether they will buy the product again or not depends on this factor. Examples can be where a consumer doesn’t feel a need for that particular product, some think have they made the right choice or not, some could be happy.
When discussing about consumer behaviour the word consumer has two different meanings. One is an individual consumer or an individual buyer that purchases goods or services for their personal use which can be used in a day to day life, and the latter one is a consumer that originally exists in the market. Profit as well as non-profit organisations, government agencies are some examples of the latter type of consumers.
Why understanding consumer behaviour is important for organisations
It is considered very critical from an organisation’s perspective to understand the consumer behaviour. Consumer behaviour is very complex because each consumer has different mind and attitude towards purchase, consumption and disposal of product (Solomon, 2009). As consumers are the most important person for marketer or sales person, therefore it is important for them to consider the likes and dislikes the consumers so that they can provide them with the goods and services accordingly (Solomon, 2009). Understanding a consumer behaviour has become a necessity these days if any organisation wants to avoid losses, business collapse and also bad reputation in the market especially before the launch of a product or a service. It is considered that the behaviour of each consumer varies as each of the consumer comprises of different attitudes while purchasing, using as well as disposing the product. Consumers purchase products based on different aspects such as values, situations, for some consumers it is a personal emotion and for some it could mean a particular motive behind it.
Understanding consumer behaviour is very useful and very beneficial for organisations in several ways such as:
• Designing the most effective doable product or service that satisfies the needs, wants and demands of the consumers,
• In terms of deciding the worth of the product or a service consumers are willing to pay, and
• Also looking for the most effective methodology of promotion through which consumers can be persuaded to purchase a product.
The needs and wants of the consumers are different. For example for some consumers that need is a necessity, for some consumers the need is based on love, affection. Therefore understanding consumer behaviours help organisations to understand whether the consumers will purchase the product just on the basis that it is new in the market as well as more popular or the consumers will purchase the product because the product is something that the consumers are genuinely after. (Shethna, Jesal, 2017).
According to Parkinson (1982) consumer behaviour determines the organisation’s success as well as an organisation’s failure/collapse. Organisations such as Apple, Samsung, and YouTube have all understood the needs and wants of the consumers. Such organisations have created the needs and wants that consumers will purchase such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, portable music devices. Another example can be seen where a consumer purchases a product or downloads ITunes Apple has an access to knowledge the company leverages. Apple then uses such data to realise vital insight into the buyer and what drives purchase behaviour. (Zoller, Stephen, 2018).
Understanding ideas of client behaviour at a high-level involves a framework to realise unjust insight from market research. The wheel of client analysis provides a framework to check client behaviour that comprises of affect and knowledge, consumer behaviour and setting. Therefore, consumer behaviour is very important from an organisation’s perspective as products and services are made to meet the needs as well as wants of the consumers. The understanding of consumer behaviour helps organisation in analysing several factors that has an influence on the purchasing decision of the customers.

Consumer Profile
Organisation’s Name – The Westin, Sydney
Primary Target Audience – Business/ Corporate Clients,
Secondary Target Market – Couples, Families, primary buyers of The Westin’s main competitors.
In this particular hotel/ organisation the primary target is business or corporate clients as they are always on the move. They are considered to be the primary target because of their eagerness to or their company’s willingness to pay higher room tariffs. Corporate Clients travel for a number of reasons such as to attend meetings, to give presentations, to attend conferences, primary targets are always looking for fast internet speed (complimentary wireless, wired), they get an access to all electronic devices such as printers, fax machines, scanners and they also get an access to the club lounge or to the hotel lounge. Such clients are entitled for an express check-in, express check-out, airport transfers and video review billing which means all the arrival and departure formalities take place through hotel’s mobile application.
48% of the guests in the hotel industry are considered to be business or corporate travellers. (Powers, Tom, 2012). Such type of clients get high class service such as quality bed, desk with internet access, access to the business centre, even their arrival and departure formalities are done through the hotel’s mobile application just to save time as these clients expect high quality service. Often during their stay in the hotel they are asked for whether they need their suits dry-cleaned or not and are also offered dry-cleaning services. It is followed by an email sent by the hotel to these clients regarding the list of highest rated restaurants or cafes within the area where the business travellers can take their clients. Such clients are often classified as VIP or VVIP’s and they receive unforgettable welcome as they arrive by helicopter (luxury arrival), they are entitled for services such as private butler
Couples are that kind of travellers who seek different places, restaurants as well as high quality bedding. Couples are seen going to markets, nearby attractions. As they go to a place to enjoy, a weekend getaway just to relax where they can spend some good time, enjoy the moment.
On the other hand when it comes to families they have specific needs as well as wants from the hotel as they are mostly after kid-friendly places, and inexpensive restaurants. Most of the families stay in the hotel but when it comes to dining options, majority of the families dine outside the hotel just in order to avoid inexpensive restaurant costs within the hotel. The families stay in a hotel for entertainment purposes where there kids can have an additional room, they have needs for example they are after nearby rooms or sometimes rooms that are next to each other, interconnecting rooms. Hotels are seen offering discounts to families with kids as promotional basis by offering them packages at a reduced price, sometimes the packages include tickets to an amusement park or to a kid-friendly attraction.
Another segment includes where The Westin can win the primary buyers of their competitors such as Accor, Hyatt, Hilton, InterContinental, Marriott etc by offering them different types of accommodation packages at a lower price, creating touch points with them by providing a valued loyalty program for them, where they can come back again and again as it will develop loyalty among the guests.
Issue that could be addressed by using consumer insights
Talking about issues that The Westin can use customer analytics to improve the guest experience. Therefore, the capability of consumer analytics is a very critical understanding for the hotels as there are considered to be many other ways where a hotel can collect a consumer’s data to build brand loyalty as well as improve their experience in the hotel. In order to improve the guest experience in The Westin they can come up with a mobile application which will offer the guests different types of amenities, that application will even allow the guests to pay for food, they can even choose a particular pillow from the pillow menu, with that app they can unlock their room doors, adjust the air-con temperature in the room. With the help of such application The Westin can use Radio Frequency to commerce the data with the Radio Frequency identification scanners placed around the hotel. This will eventually end up in making a guests experience a memorable one. Using the data provided by the guests and also by looking at previously noted preferences of the guest will allow The Westin to offer an unforgettable experience to the guests. Based on that mobile application the guests will receive a welcome message on arrival.
Another example can be seen where The Westin can play a very significant role in making the guests stay more enjoyable in such a way where guests preferences can be more visible to employees with the help of property management system (Opera) which will automatically show the employees what are the guest’s preferences, what the guests don’t like, for example a room on a higher floor or on a lower floor, a room near the elevators, a room away from the elevators, guest preferences in terms of rooms. Understanding customer analytics can help The Westin in order to deliver a better as well as an improved guest experience, which will ultimately lead to guest’s loyalty.
In order to understand the response from the consumer organisations not only need to look into the factors that are within their control but also need to consider external factors that are beyond their control which play a major role in customer mind set. The consumer behaviour process starts with when a consumer identifies a need and ends with the evaluation of the product where the consumer could be satisfied or not.
From organisation as well as marketers perspective if a consumer is happy with the product or service then the chances of buying the product or using the service increases and thereafter they become a loyal customers and then it can be said that the marketers/organisation’s aim has been met.


If a company have wood or wood related business then they have to follow certain standards which are implemented by the Canadian laws. In Canada, utilization of treated wood is controlled by industry principles and by construction regulations. The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) manufactures the O80 arrangement of gauges for treated wood. The National Building Code of Canada (NBCC) is our model construction standard, embraced or potentially altered for use by the different wards the nation over. The NBCC includes prerequisites in regards to the utilization of treated wood in structures. There are various standards related to wood which are explained as followings.

For developing standards, the standard council of Canada provides wood preservation Canadian standard which are private but not for profit.

The standards of wood preservation are made according to the American wood protection association standards but these are modified for Canadian condition. In the Canadian pest regulatory management agency, there is the registrations of preservatives only.

According to ISO 21887, the new standards of wood preservation are revised in Canada. The new provisions of treated woods or wood related products are contained in 2008 edition.

Every product have domestic as well as international standards so there is also international standards for woods and wood related products in outside the Canada which are as followings.

There is also a wood preservatives development standards outside the Canada for Canadian.
According to secretariat of the ISO TC 165 subcommittee 1, Canadian Institute of treated woods was preserved durability, wood material and preservation.
Paul Morris (scientist of FP innovations wood preservation) was chairman of this subcommittee.

This subcommittee which was developed the IOS Standards 21887 for wood based products and for the durability of wood.

Dairy animals drain has turned out to be one of the significant part in Canadian eating regimen since years

Dairy animals drain has turned out to be one of the significant part in Canadian eating regimen since years. The point of discussion of crude drain and sanitized drain is a continuous open deliberation that is at present being contended in

all aspects of the world. These days individuals truly are more worried about the sustenance they devour and hence pursue nutritious nourishment
. The objective of this essay is to analyze the importance of consumption of raw milk over pasteurized milk and provide an evaluation of the claims that health benefits of raw milk supersede any potential risks with the aid of scientific papers.


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