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Fifty years may not seem to be long, but for speaker manufacturers in 2013, this is eternal.
How many electronics manufacturers can you name that have a history of 50 years? Sony Yamaha Marantz JBL. Of course, in addition to speaker manufacturers, there are other milestones.
Headquartered in the United Kingdom (although now owned by Hong Kong Jinfeng Group), it was founded by Raymond Cooke in 1961 and named after Kent Engineering and Foundry, which once occupied Meades The location of the factory.
The 50-year-old KEF is not that the manufacturer just patted himself on the back and said, "Guys, the next 50 years old, this is really great", but re-launched the brand with a series of new products and attracted Attracted media attention. Drooling, scratching his head and sweating in fierce panic. Scared. Very scared
The loudspeaker, which can be purchased for only US$30,000, is the culmination of many years of driver development and KEF Uni-Q design success. The blade is not the most expensive speaker produced by KEF (Muon-yes, the price is $198,000), but it is clear that the millions of dollars KEF invested in its first two models have been dripped into the rest of their product lineup, including
The 50th anniversary display will retail for US$1,500 per pair.
Can’t tell the rest of the story so quickly, but the LS50 is probably one of the best speakers I’ve heard (and I’ve heard
); Considering their asking price, this is absolutely amazing.
We don't remember the products that have caused such a sensation in recent years. Mainly because it offers a lot of things at such a reasonable asking price. Yes, KEF has absolutely generously provided $1,500 for these speakers.
From the perspective of home theater, the LS50 may not be as practical as KEF's R series. It also utilizes KEF's Uni-Q technology because LS50 is only sold in pairs
. In addition, you may want to use a larger center channel speaker to anchor your home theater system. From a hue point of view, KEF's R200c ($1,000) is very close, but not cheap. However, the R600c ($1,500) is a perfect match, and one of the most expensive center channels we have heard from any manufacturer, so if you can swing around $6,000 for the entire 5.1 device, then It may be a question worth considering.
But back to the current theme, just like the wonders of LS50 in music, they were designed with two-channel audio in mind. As a near-field monitor on a stand in a desktop or study or media room.
The advantage of the Uni-Q driver is that the entire sound-all frequencies from bass to treble-are emitted from one source, resulting in a more accurate image, which is also large. LS50 can easily reproduce the scale, and the improvement of continuity is very obvious.
The quoted frequency response of LS50 is 79Hz-28kHz +/- 3dB, and the sensitivity level of 85dB means you need a suitable amplifier to drive these speakers, but as our tests have proven, you don’t need to spend $5,000 Amplifier to make these speakers sing. The LS50 is rated at 8 ohms, but when you cross 200Hz and enter a higher frequency band, they do drop to between 4-5 ohms. Any amplifier that can present a stable load to 4 ohms will do.
The back port is also very interesting. Put your fingers into the (perverted) interior and you will find that KEF uses closed-cell foam quite creatively. The material and design help reduce the coloration of the port. The cabinet itself is very supportive and is composed of MDF, high-density foam and high-gloss piano black cabinet.
A pair of high-quality binding posts complete the design that the speaker grille does not have. You can stare at that gorgeous rose gold Uni-Q drive 24-7.
Before delving into these sounds, we want to address the setup issues and how to make the most of them if you decide to pull the trigger.
LS50s are rear-mounted displays, so you need to leave some space on the wall behind them. Push them too close to the wall and the bass loses some clarity. You might drop some weight below, but at the expense of details, these speakers excel in this regard.
The LS50 is certainly larger than most monitors. It is 11.9 inches high x 7.9 inches wide x 10.9 inches deep and looks very heavy, each weighing 16 pounds.
Although you can place the LS50 on a credenza or media console (according to our experiments, its height does not exceed 26 inches), they do need to be installed on a suitable shelf. The large, ugly metal shelf contains sand or lenses. The 24"-26" bracket is the highest bracket you should walk. We recommend avoiding the single-post bracket unless the main pipe is really wide and the top plate can accommodate the entire bottom surface of the cabinet.
Where will it stay?
If it can swing, Sound Anchors’ 24-inch 3-post/4-post stand is the best choice I’ve used, but be prepared to spend...wait...$700.00 (a set) I already own a pair of 4-pole stands, It's been 7 years and nothing is closer than this.
Atacama, Partington and Apollo are all very good choices. They are popular in the UK and are much cheaper than the Sound Anchor made in the US. If you can find a pair of Target HR brackets, expect to spend at least $350.00.
The sound is best if you can place the LS50 at least 2 feet from the wall behind them and 2-3 feet from the side wall. Give them room to breathe, their imaging capabilities and bass response will impress you.
In terms of wiring and amplification, the LS50's versatility and ability to play with others will surprise you. When considering the use of LS50 speaker cables, please stick to copper-based products such as AudioQuest, Analysis Plus, Nirvana, Kimber, Cardas or Auditorium 23. The LS50 has excellent resolution and mid-range performance, with almost no hint of a $10,000 speaker (so). It is not wrong to spend a little time when using cables for these speakers.
For an 8-foot pair with banana pins, the price of Analysis Plus black oval 12 and 9 speaker cables should be between $240.00-$455.00, and it's hard to justify spending more money. In my accepted unscientific hearing test, the Auditorium 23 speaker cable from Germany is second only to Analysis Plus Black Oval 9, but depending on the length, they will charge an additional $500-600. The real surprise is the AudioQuest X2 bulk cable, which you can pick up at Best Buy for around $4 per foot. If you don't want to use long-distance cables and connect the entire home theater, AQ's flat cheap cables are not as expensive as the cables in Michigan and Schwalbach.
Like the LS50, speaker cables cost $4 per foot, and they are even better with cheap amplification. However, this is not to say that expensive amplifiers will not sound better. Of course they can. In this review, we decided to extract everything and even listen to the LS50 from another place, which allowed us to use the Bel Canto REF500S ($2,500) stereo class D amplifier, which can convert 250 watts per channel The healthy power output is 8 ohms, Parasound Halo A23 amplifier.
At the lowest end, I used the Denon AVR-591 receiver ($400), the Rega Brio-R integrated amplifier ($895) and the Anthem MRX-500 AV receiver (retail price slightly less than $1,500) to drive the LS50.
Denon, which sells for $400, did not humiliate himself, which gave me some understanding of the LS50. It is easy to drive, sounds great in many products, and you don’t have to go crazy, you only need to buy an amplifier for $5,000 to get great sound.
Unless you tend to use excessive clinical solid-state amplification with ultra-high-definition high frequencies, you will not be disappointed. Based on listening, my personal favorite is the $895 Rega Brio-R, which is very suitable for the LS50. Rich and delicate midrange and high-end sound effects, dynamic bass and tight sound field depth.
KEF likes to use the entry-level Parasound Halo amplifier to demonstrate the LS50 at trade shows, so we arranged listening. This combination has high resolution, airiness, and can handle all types of music at a very loud listening level Or movies.
If the KEF LS50 were $7,500, I would say they are overrated, but their sound quality must match some products in that price range that I have heard over the years. Dynaudio Focus 340s, DeVore Fidelity Nines and Sonus Faber CremonaM. No, I'm not kidding. KEF achieved this resolution and consistency in a pair of $1,500 displays, which is quite remarkable.
Is there a better speaker than the LS50 under $5,000? Of course, I like listening to Harbeth, Spendor, Magnepan and Paradigm speakers, but to be honest, I would rather have LS50, or use Rega Brio-R or Anthem MRX-500 to drive them, there are more about high-quality signal sources USB DAC information, and know that I spent my money wisely and went to bed at night.
KEF is a balanced sound design that can handle many small things well. Imaging, detail and microdynamics. For such a small driver, their bass response is deep, tight, and fast. They can fill a large room with high-resolution sound to keep metal and large symphony works in order, but they are also excellent in vocals, chamber music, jazz and blues.
Do they need a subwoofer?
If you plan to use 2 pairs of LS50 and KEF R200c center channel speakers in your home theater, I suggest you add a subwoofer, such as KEF R400b or REL R-218. Both are well integrated with LS50 and are very useful for music and movies.
If you plan to use the LS50 only as music, they will be the best choice if the room is small and medium-sized. If the room is larger than 20 x 13 x 9 feet, I will add one of the above subwoofers and let it handle everything below 80 Hz. If you still plan to watch a movie, then the subwoofer will bring you a truly powerful 2.1 system, which makes it meaningful to keep you entertained for a long time.
The LS50 used with REL R-218 is a pretty good experience. The stereo presentation is not as fascinating as the 5.1 setting, but there is little in terms of dynamics, midrange or LFE content. The theme of Adele winning the Oscar laid the foundation for one of the best Bond opening chase sequences, and we were hooked on the first note.
After switching to music, KEF is really good at reproducing the human voice. Adele, Richard Thompson, Nick Cave, Sam Cooke, and Nina Simone’s Gestalt has almost no speakers Reappear. LS50's copying methods are different, only adding enough warmth and detail to make it more obvious.
Has KEF ever tripped?
When using Denon AVR-591, I hear that the hardness of the treble will become annoying with the passage of time, but when I hear more and more products, I realize that the function of LS50 is only determined by your choice of amplifier and signal Source limitation. For a $1,500 speaker, that's pretty remarkable. LS50s can work well with a large number of products, and their versatility makes it possible for them to find a home in many systems, which is very troublesome for competitors.
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Experience preferred. Applicants of all ages are welcome, regardless of gender. Applicants must hold a full driving license.
, Served as
, Said in his resignation letter that although it was a "great honor", he still felt
It is urgently needed now.
This news is in
The result of friday is
People vote to leave
Voting 60/40 in favor of leaving...
He is a 30-year-old white man, about six feet four inches tall, wearing a dark coat, sunglasses and baseball cap, and carrying a white handbag. He fled empty-handed, passing through a fire exit at the back of the house.
His funeral will be held
Parliamentarians will meet on Tuesday, June 14 to consider the proposal to close 29 children's centers-two previously possible children's centers are still open.
Prior to this, the proposal was extensively reviewed to change the way in which children’s services are provided to individual families
Because the council must cut £4.7 million from the budget of the children's centre...
It has been confirmed that there will be three or four choices of public consultation on the future use of the site between August 22 (Monday) and September 30 (Friday).
, Closed at the end of December 2015, a few days short of the new £11.25 million.
The disabled or mentally ill, the elderly and young people, their families and caregivers will all benefit from the program.
Help people help themselves and provide them with support in the short or long term to build a better life...
, built at
, Is the latest
Open with the support of
It will be run by local volunteers.
The county council is working with surplus food redistribution charities to support the plan
, A good deed...
The appeal on Thursday night marked a huge milestone in the history of the charity.
The sum of the 25,000th task is
And its sister service
On a highway mission
A blue three-door sedan, carrying three young people, was pulled up on the side of the road, and the driver and passengers in the front seat got out of the car. The driver beat her and the passengers pushed her down, which seemed to be an unprovoked attack. They got back into the car and drove along the car
. The girl was slightly injured.
The driver was described as white with pale skin. he is...
On Saturday, a 41-year-old local woman contacted the police and was arrested on suspicion of death due to dangerous driving. She will be questioned on Saturday afternoon.
Thanks to everyone who contacted the police for appeals. This road has been reopened.
1,795 school children and local residents participated
Try and in
, at the same time.
On April 27, 2013, 1,700 participants participated.
The attempt was made by...
This is because the driver’s license of a privately rented vehicle is suspended
On Wednesday, May 18, he received an unsolicited fare.
, 56, of
In the early morning of March 13, when he was in a private car rental, he picked up one
In the early morning of April 5 (Tuesday), the thief broke into the
And stole many off-road bicycles made in the 1970s and 1980s.
Bike includes 12
. Two unused red
Engine (dating back to 1981) and four large boxes
The air ambulance was activated at 12.14 pm and was on the scene at 12.27 pm.
The 20-year-old patient suffered serious foot injuries after being injured in a foot mechanism.
Air ambulance personnel and
If approved, recruit one
The plan will be
20,000 in the next five years
From Monday, May 16 to Thursday, May 19, between 8 pm and 6 am, in two directions; Monday, May 23 to Thursday, May 26, and Tuesday, May 31 Until Thursday, June 2.
Emergency vehicles and residents will be allowed to enter, but other motorists will sign the diversion route through:
(Pictured) It was the last meeting two weeks ago, when he said that he was going to visit local friends.
Area, but has not seen 57 years old.
Suffered from a medical condition that required prescription pills, but believed that he did not carry any pills with him.
Call on anyone with information to get in touch immediately. He is said to be burly, bald or bald. Anyone who knows his whereabouts should call
The new mayor is sworn in
The annual board meeting last night (Wednesday, May 11).
The ward is in the local elections in May 2015. He has served before
Served as a ward from 1987 to 1999...
Students from 277 elementary schools across the county signed up to participate in dinosaur-themed activities
During the week, students will be introduced to a series of famous prehistoric creatures that have been made up for sustainable travel. Each dinosaur represents a different way of life.
, Now 21 years old
When the arson occurred, he pleaded guilty at the hearing
Tuesday, May 3rd.
After the bus accident in March, he was charged with public order crimes in March
. The crime of arson involves expenses related to industrial waste bins outside the enterprise
. Magistrate sentenced
He was imprisoned for 16 weeks, suspended for 12 months, and fined 675 pounds.
The fluffy hand warmers are decorated with ribbons, buttons and net-like fabrics to allow residents to rotate in their hands.
These works have been greatly hit, because people with dementia are often motionless and respond well to maintaining their living conditions.
, He won the runner-up with 78,858 votes
77,245, now succeeding the first in the county
He previously served as
And promote the work they have done together
A safe, tolerant and...
From 11 am to 3 pm on May 29 (Sunday), young people between the ages of 5 and 22 can have free stalls in the market. All young people under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Say: "We are..."
Foster caregivers and social workers will answer questions and talk about their experiences on site. this year
It's May 16-29.
Please help spread the word. If you or anyone you know has a spare room, please tell them about our activities and they may find more information. No appointment is required. The council is especially looking for housing for...
Some residents have contacted the committee, worrying that after reading misleading posts on social media, they will need to register again to hold a referendum on June 23.
Said: "I want to reassure residents..."
The burglary occurred between 5 pm and 5.20 pm on March 16 (Wednesday).
When someone broke into a side door. The intruder is believed to have crossed the back fence and entered
Portable hard drives, cash and car keys were stolen.
The police wanted to talk to two people who were running.
At around 10 am on April 7 (Thursday), a man
A staff member of the store asked the man to return, but he refused. He follows the road leading from the retail park
And then cross the bridge...
The full strike involves junior staff not providing any cover-from 08.00hrs to 17:00hrs on April 26 (Tuesday) and April 27 (Wednesday)-meaning that the hospital’s senior medical, nursing and full-time health professionals team and their Support staff will focus on keeping key services running...
, Now 47 years old, also used this name
, Has been missing since Sunday, April 3.
As she has been tracking her tracks, police officers have confirmed that she was visiting the gas station on CCTV.
, That is, from 7pm on April 14 to 6pm on April 16...
Already written on the memorial
, Officials think it may be a black marker.
In particular, they hope to track the three girls they saw in the area around 6pm on Thursday, April 21.
They are described as about 15 or 16 years old, a...
All the rooms were searched and a large amount of cash was stolen. A 32-year-old man and a 36-year-old man have been arrested and released on police bail pending further investigation.
Anyone requesting information contact
, Quote the crime reference number
Or contact him through the police website
Rogue merchants refer to individuals or groups of people who have left the heads of households indifferently targeting disadvantaged families and the elderly. They claim to be well-intentioned businesses providing services, most commonly building maintenance and repairs.
The operation was held on Wednesday, April 13 as part of the nationwide crackdown
According to reports, his family disappeared when they failed to return home on April 12. Twenty-four years old
Leaving home on April 7th, telling relatives and friends that he has a job
. Since April 10, he has not contacted his family. He is five feet 10 inches tall, slender, with a shaved head.
Say: "We want to make sure
Okay. I want him or anyone who knows where he is to contact the police through a non-emergency phone.
The council is working with a series of cooperative organizations to solve the so-called problem
As part of it £528,550
Said: "There are many children in the county who may eat a lot less during school holidays..."
Said: "We will urge fans not to travel because our friends will not have tickets from
"This exciting local derby has attracted a lot of interest, and we will work hard to ensure that this is a safe and enjoyable occasion for both groups of supporters..."
Car and orange 1,000cc
Motorcycles are involved. The rider of the motorcycle, a 48-year-old man
He was pronounced dead at the scene and the road was closed for five hours. Officials called on any witness who provided information about the incident to call
. Or send
Get news online by visiting the "Contact Us" section of the Derbyshire Police website-
Apply to become a full member of the organization
, Power and funds related to issues such as transportation, skills, training and business support will be controlled locally, rather than ministers and civil servants.
Saturday, March 12.
On Tuesday, March 29, the justice of the peace was also sentenced
Sentenced to 18 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for one year...
Is reporting on
From 1983 to the early 1990s. Two men, 69 and 61 years old, respectively arrested in connection with the investigation, are currently on police bail. Investigators want to hear that anyone has attended classes in any children’s home and may have been abused between these two dates.
Police and firefighters were called into the property, located at
, That is, 2:20 AM on April 7 (Thursday). The fire was extinguished at 2:30 in the morning, and then a 37-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of arson.
A joint investigation by the police and fire department was originally scheduled to be conducted in the apartment on Thursday morning.
Received a letter
State that the development company has withdrawn the conversion of the site to
The villagers were angry at the proposed changes and successfully fought for
The state after packaging...
The officer was called to the apartment
Shortly before 10pm on Tuesday, March 22, a 45-year-old local man was found stabbed in the chest-but it is still unclear.
Two men, aged 31 and 33, and a 29-year-old woman who lived there were arrested on suspicion of assault. They continued to be questioned and released on police bail.
The Yorkshire Terrier had a broken leg and severe bleeding, but has recovered after extensive treatment by a veterinarian. The attacking dog is large, milky white, black and gray, partially terrier, with a large head. It was a 40-45 year old white man.
Anyone with information,
, Reference event number
Or you can call
It was tampered with around 2.40 pm on Monday, January 18, but was not reported to the police until Tuesday, March 15. Large amounts of cash were stolen. The police asked anyone who saw anything suspicious on the phone near that time to contact
, Or by visiting
Part of their website
Ben’s disappearance date is: March 21, Monday, Monday
He is only 23 years old and 6 feet tall. He has short curly hair, rat-like brown hair and stubble. He is wearing a brown hooded jacket, blue jeans, and a black rucksack with white stripes on it.
A 26-year-old woman told police that she was beaten while staying overnight in the town. The attack occurred at around 2 am on March 19 (Saturday), on a road leading to
Cooperation with developers
, Which contributed to the 75 million pounds in the first phase of the development
Proposed by the developer of the website.
in order to
More than 120 people attended
Restaurant on March 18, including
Who is standing
The spokesman said: "When arriving at the property, the crew was affected by a developed and severe house fire, which affected several rooms in a large independent property.
"Despite the lack of any working smoke alarms, the three-person family is still lucky to escape the fire. The male crew can..."
The council proposes to withdraw all funds that subsidize bus services-journeys that cannot be run commercially-and community transportation
The "shopping bus" started in October 2017. Usually early morning, evening, Sunday and village service.
This means that unless they can operate commercially or obtain funding...
The original intention was
Stayed until June 2016, but her personal situation has changed and she needs to leave early, so
Last working day
It was Thursday, March 17, 2016.
Say: "I have started with
Regarding our future leadership arrangements and..."
In the past few years, both councils have done a lot of work to educate people and prepare them for this change in the law, so dog owners must be prepared.
The new regulations will improve animal welfare by improving animal welfare.
The election was announced at the headquarters of the New York State Authority
In one week of voting, students from 42 schools, special schools, colleges and colleges voted. They chose which of the 117 promising people to sit on the youth council.
140 acres of land, partly located
Planning permission to use employment has been granted
It is about to consider further applications for up to 660 houses, a school and a neighborhood center
The police received reports that fighting broke out at a bus stop near the bottom of the escalator.
Monday, January 18. After the police investigation, the two men were arrested by the police and subsequently charged with public order crimes. They all appear on
On Wednesday, March 9, they both pleaded guilty.
, 23 of
, Was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison,
The 28-year-old man without a fixed address was also sentenced to 14 weeks in prison.
The second annual
The event on Saturday, March 12th aims to encourage people with disabilities, their friends and family members to visit new places, whether it is a cafe, a cinema, a museum or a sports center.
Will contact local disabled groups
Highlight all available facilities and options to make it as easy as possible for all customers to take the bus...
He died in 2015 at the age of 87. It was not until his death that the family found out that he had mesothelioma-endometrial cancer caused by exposure to asbestos decades ago.
The time before his death
Member of Parliament
Make difficult decisions to increase their
The bill price for 2016/17 rose by 1.95%, which was the first increase since April 2010. It is necessary to increase the price to make up for the further decrease in government grants after the local government financial settlement in December 2015.
Next year, the central government reduced
Emergency service called
Yesterday at 2 o'clock in the morning, they found the body of a woman who has been identified as the resident of the house, who was 32 years old at the time.
Yesterday, a 35-year-old local man was arrested on suspicion of murder. Continue to determine all the surrounding conditions.
The decentralization agreement will give ministers and civil servants power and funds.
Information on issues such as housing, skills and training, business support, and transportation has been transferred to the local level.
Members confirmed at the meeting-there were also...
Before 4 pm on February 17 (Wednesday), the police appealed for information after several bottles of whiskey were stolen during the incident.
The supermarket is in
Officials believe that there may be three male criminals, who are said to be in their 20s or 30s and are Eastern Europeans. One is wearing a blue buttocks long coat, white T-shirt, jeans and sneakers, the second...
, The double-decker bus Vauxhall Astra and Renault Megane collided. Renault’s driver was airlifted to
Seriously injured. Astra driver went
Minor injuries, as well as several bus passengers. On Thursday night, the road was still closed, while the police continued to investigate the crash, and the rescue team worked to dismantle the bus and car. Anyone with information should call the police
The police received the alert after 2 am on March 3 (Thursday)
There was a fire in that house
. Firefighters found the body of a woman in the building. Police and fire investigators will stay at home today to investigate the cause of the fire.
Police and medical staff were asked to go
On Friday, February 26, at 10:10 pm, the bodies of two women were found inside.
An investigation into the death has been conducted and it is considered a suspicious incident, but there is no more information yet.
The 20-year-old man was arrested on Saturday (February 27)...
The council played an active role in assisting the negotiation of the two deals, which will transfer the power and responsibilities that the government currently has in the government.
To a more localized level. These include the power and funds to deal with issues such as housing, skills and training, business support and transportation.
CCTV (click the "read more" link below) showed a man claiming to be from the local council entered the residence of a 73-year-old woman and then stole her handbag.
The burglary occurred on Monday, February 15, between 11:40 and 11:55 in the morning.
. The thief entered the woman's home on the pretext of discussing the garden plan with her and snatched her bag from the chair after talking with her for about 10 minutes.
Discussions have begun on a plan to stop school transportation for preschool children and provide special education to 16 young people. Ending this support will make it challenging for deaf children to receive a good education in the county.
Until 2014, the council has provided transportation services for children.
On Monday, January 18, at about 3:10 pm, the police received an alarm after reports that two men were fighting at a bus stop along the way.
Town centre. The two men were arrested and later charged with public order crimes related to the incident.
, 22 of
, Set to
Tuesday, March 8...
It will be completed in the fall of 2016 and is an important part of infrastructure engineering.
Website, you can access the highway network in the following ways
And further open up 70 acres of net development land.
The website has...
The order means that the police will be able to continue to expel anyone involved in harassing activities. Instead of waiting for things to happen, officials can also disperse people they think might be antisocial.
Before that, residents and businesses complained about the gathering of young people in the area.
From 44 year old man
Ordered to pay a total of £535 in one case
After hearing his testimony on Wednesday, February 17, he admitted to dishonestly not reporting income related to housing allowance.
In the two years after..., he asked for a total of 6,376.18 pounds.
He is walking
When he saw a cyclist riding on the sidewalk-and asked him to ride a bicycle on the road. The cyclist then slammed the 73-year-old man with a punch, causing it to fall to the ground. The criminal is described as white, in his 40s, 6 feet tall, wearing a white helmet, blue jogging pants, green wool and black shoes. Anyone with information should contact
A 20-year-old man with learning difficulties is shopping
With his mother in December, he left without telling her where he was going. She was very worried about his safety, so she asked if anyone had seen him in the store.
The team used
After cutting 170 million pounds since 2010, the council needs to cut nearly 70 million pounds in service costs over the next two years.
At a comprehensive board meeting held on Wednesday (February 10), members of Parliament voted to set the British Authority’s annual budget for the next year at 483 million pounds.
The incident occurred between 4 a.m. and 4.30 a.m. on Sunday, January 10.
A group of men, 20 and 20 years old, 20 and 19 years old respectively.
All three men in the group were then punched by a man.
The council submitted tenders on behalf of some organizations in the town in July last year.
Artwork to display
As part of a tour of British locations.
The artwork is made by
This record is currently kept by...
A total of 1,600 spectators participated, but this event at Proact Stadium at 10 am on May 20 hopes to attract more than 3,000 participants of all ages-everyone will have vital life-saving skills.
The full collection box was stolen from the newspaper counter
, That is, some time between 12 noon and 2 pm on January 23 (Saturday). It is believed that at some point after the staff was behind, the criminal entered the store.
Anyone with information should contact
Those who own and manage the outdoor market conducted a public consultation as part of the review to explore how the market continues to attract shoppers, as markets across the country are facing growing competition from online shopping and discount stores.
Traders charge in general, flea and farmers markets...
On January 21 (Thursday), four schools collaborated on an exciting and innovative global project-
-Enable elementary and middle school students to work together to better understand the problems faced by refugees around the world, especially during the recent European crisis.
4th grade kids
The event will be on Wednesday, January 27 at 7pm
, The door will open at 6.30 pm. Tickets will be provided at the door and the event is free.
Today is the day when everyone remembers 6 million Jews.
From Saturday, January 23,
, For passengers under the age of 2 and under the age of 19 to provide travel throughout the region. Tickets will be available for a limited time until March 2016.
Tickets will provide unlimited daily itineraries
Allegedly, on December 23 (Wednesday) and December 24 (Thursday), 2015, men and women used copies of the same cash coupon multiple times to request cash from different drivers.
If the passengers run out of change, these tickets will be issued to the passengers so that the passengers can claim them back. The officer thought they might have boarded the bus
It was vandalized one night between January 8 (Friday) and January 9 (Saturday).
Anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious, or has any information
, A non-emergency phone number or
In one case
On Thursday, January 14th, the committee was awarded
There is evidence that the tenants of all three venues are suspected of engaging in drug transactions and causing serious anti-social...
Learning and practicing mindfulness has become a popular way to deal with many of the physical, emotional and social challenges that a stroke can cause. Studies have shown that practicing this technique can help people better understand their emotions, enhance concentration and attention, and improve fatigue, anxiety, depression, and relationships after stroke.
Investigation urges close relatives of the former
If their relatives die of brain cancer.
Victims of brain cancer
Forty years. He and three other former workers on the site...
Junior doctors plan to strike and pay wages, but
She assured patients that appropriate insurance will be provided to provide safe care: "We are protecting our emergency department and critical services in the hospital, including child and maternal care," she commented. "These will not be affected by any strike action..."
Since the start of operations on January 5 (Tuesday), the operation center has caused an uproar-in the past 3 months alone, 820 people have registered as members, and will be held Monday to Friday at 6.30 am and Saturday and Open at 8 am on Sunday. ..
A dispute occurred and the man allegedly beat the woman. Investigators called on anyone who saw women wearing red checkered pajamas and no shoes to contact them. A 26-year-old man related to the incident has been arrested and released on bail pending further investigation.
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Reportedly disappeared on Wednesday, December 23, and last appeared in
last night. Courtney is white, tall, 5 feet 10 inches tall, and has long brown blond hair. When I saw her for the last time, she was wearing black trousers, a white polo shirt top, a maroon hoodie and black mid-length leather boots.
Or anyone who knows where she is, please contact them
Last time seen in his residence
Disappeared on November 30, and then disappeared between December 8. The 42-year-old is white, about 5 feet 11 inches tall, slender, with blond hair, blue eyes and stubble. There may also be a stud perforation on the right side of his nose.
Both have links
The police appealed for information about his whereabouts and...
, Explaining the benefits of paralysis for people with dementia: "What does paralysis sound like..."
, Developed a new 39 suite bedroom facilities on the land near its existing residence
The property is spread over three floors and facilities include three lounge areas, three restaurants, library, music room and hair salon. There is also a large and safe balcony on the first floor, overlooking a secluded outdoor courtyard, where there is a sensory garden...
From November 11 (Wednesday) at 3 pm to November 25 (Wednesday) at 8.41 am,
Was broken in. Many things were stolen from the house, including food, jewelry and a small amount of cash. Several war medals and royal coins were also stolen.
Those with information please
The trading standards team of the board of directors
, Used sniffer dogs to inspect six units on the self-storage site in New York
Other items seized included 31,000
Tablets worth 155,000 pounds, 60 counterfeit clothing including counterfeit goods
The Council of Ministers will consider the report on the establishment of the company at its meeting on Tuesday, December 15. The development company will initially focus on building housing, but may develop additional nursing homes or social housing in the future.
Explains: "The financial situation facing the council is difficult and will only continue...
Plead guilty to stealing
. On September 9th (Wednesday), he asked an assistant to take a look at the bracelet, then snatched the bracelet from them, and ran out of the shop.
, 31 years old, used to be
, Was sentenced to eight weeks' imprisonment at the hearing and ordered the payment of £2,000 in damages and other expenses.
Wednesday, November 25.
He is only 19 years old and has successfully received training so that he can carry out life-saving treatment in medical emergencies such as heart disease and heart attack.
They were taken between November 27th (Friday) 6pm and November 30th (Monday) 9am
. The cabinet outside the enterprise was broken into and two gas meters were stolen.
Since Wednesday, November 18, seven incidents have occurred. The last two events occurred on Thursday, November 26, between 11:30 am and 1.30 pm
The other is
The police are stepping up patrols, urging people to report anything.
The County Council’s Transaction Standards Group has issued a warning that after a fire caused by overheating of the battery pack or charger, the cheap "fake" version of the real hoverboard is also called a self-balancing scooter.
. The price of the battery-powered hoverboard is 300 to 600 pounds in well-known stores, but it is cheaper and is a counterfeit version.
This state-of-the-art facility, costing £9 million, will provide better services for cancer patients and their families. Experts and hospital executives have promised a more “holistic” approach to the disease. Sadly, this will directly or Indirectly affects all of us at certain times in our lives.
The students helped them complete the final revision.
, 3000 purple, yellow and white crocus bulbs were planted at the entrance of the coach station.
The project started last year is
These recommendations were agreed at the meeting on Tuesday, November 24.
These proposals are part of the city council’s broader five-year plan, which aims to keep 18 residential homes operated by the county council open-one for each house
District-and continue to invest in residential care, additional care and specialist...
Offenders tried to open the doors of post offices and convenience stores,
, Which is 3.25 am on November 24 (Tuesday). When it fails, one person runs to
, Retrieved a beer keg from the parking lot, and then tried to force the post office door to open by rotating the door of the beer keg, and then fled shortly after the alarm sounded. The police want to hear that anyone sees any suspicious activity in the area early in the morning. call
, Citing crime references
He said: "It is a great honor to receive this award. I didn't expect it at all, so it was a complete surprise." Before playing the role
June of this year
Five years. The committee is able to debate and help backbenchers express their voices.
A 29-year-old local man suffered head and neck injuries and is receiving treatment.
. A 27-year-old man was arrested at another address in New York State around 9 p.m.
. He is currently in detention and will be questioned later today (Friday, November 21). Anyone knows the information about the alleged attack
After hearing about the deaths of 129 terrorists, 99 of them were receiving treatment in the hospital.
The group opened fire in various nearby locations and detonated suicide vests
The capital, including rock concerts, restaurants and football stadiums, comes from
Show people your mission..."
On Saturday, October 31, at 1.45 pm, a person was walking along an underground passage
When a man asked him for 20 pence, the same man approached him again as he continued to walk through the underground passage, accompanied by another man and asked for 20 pounds. Then they both ran through the underground passage. The thief is described as white, 5 feet 8 to 5 feet 11 inches tall, and about 20 years old. He has light ginger juice, short hair, and a ginger beard. He sounds very local, wearing gray/blue tracksuit bottoms and blue hooded jacket.
A woman is walking the dog
, Near the lower reservoir, when she saw a man sticking out from behind a tree and molesting herself. Woman then ran towards
This man was described as white in his fifties, of medium build, gray stubble, thick glasses, a black beanie, and a black jacket...
Meeting with world leaders
, People will gather together in different cities around the world and ask the government to take action.
Time for this rally allows
People join like...
Around 10:35 pm on November 12 (Thursday), a person is walking
. He turned and followed a route called "Chicken Run"
At that time, four people approached him.
A criminal caught the man and put a sharp tool believed to be a Stanley knife on his cut cheek. The other man patted the victim and found his wallet in the pocket of his coat. The criminal stole...
, along with
, Organized an event to bathe the spire under purple lights on Tuesday, November 17.
The color is related to the day by
Aims to raise awareness of 15 million premature babies worldwide...
Pleaded guilty to robbery, assault, causing actual bodily harm, joint assault, and two crimes of burglary. All crimes occurred between 5 pm and 6 pm on October 1.
First break into the apartment forcibly
Assaulted a 64-year-old man, stole cash and a digital camera...
Tuesday, November 10th, 2.40am,
Residents were disturbed by thieves breaking into the garage of a nearby property.
The two men then fled
Region and with
And socket sets. One of the men was stopped by an attendant and the stolen goods were confiscated.
When shops, schools, and businesses observed two minutes of silence throughout towns and villages, hundreds of people gathered in
Pay tribute to veterans and active duty soldiers-including students from several schools, nurseries and public services
Their memories are still fresh. In scenes replicated across the UK, Chesterfield veterans shared their private memories of the war in the most public setting-
On a Sunday afternoon, on a rainy and rainy autumn day,
, And other councillors and...
After the gray miniature, the personnel were called at 3:45 pm on Sunday, November 8
Found the mare tied to the fence
. The pony was found near the old railroad tracks, but the current owner does not seem to be known. Police intervention
Call on the owners of Shetland Pony to contact them.
If you have information, please call
Thanks to the hard work of volunteers and the support of the local community, they raised a total of £5,189.15 for the air ambulance.
In the week at the end of September, there were hundreds of supporters.
It marked the beginning of an extensive work plan, by
The site will operate throughout the winter and until next spring.
This reconstruction work is the latest phase of the previously agreed continuing modernization plan
As a local continuing foundation...
The letter has been sent to the parents and caregivers of five American teenagers.
After being found to cause a nuisance to the local population.
After 1 pm on October 27 (Tuesday), the police received a call
Youth club in the village
, To report anti-social behavior (ASB).
According to reports, young people have caused annoyance by kicking...
The new path will be
This is a long-term project until
Next year, the shopping area will be connected to the train station and bus station as well as the main residential areas of the town.
The first part of the path is about 100 meters long and will start from
The service will be on November 8 (Sunday) at 2:30 pm
Everyone is welcome to attend, but since the church is very full, it is recommended that residents take their seats before 2 pm.
, He reported that they did not take out the box, and finally concluded that the box had been stolen.
If the post office box is not replaced, the residents will contact them.
, They handled the issue on their behalf.
He said: "I am very happy to be able to help. The important thing is that in this digital age, don't underestimate..."
The themes, the displayed goods evoke the past, and
There are tanks and military vehicles everywhere, marchers and their horses, and even a few "German" citizens are watching the "Great Escape" attempt! A kind
When he performed nearby, he looked exactly like a crowd
Make damp bystanders happy.
, 78 and above
, Is one of three people from all over the world
Recognized at the award ceremony in the following countries
Dedicated 14 years of service to local brain injury charities,
In his...Three years later, he was introduced to a local charity
, 60 years old (above), left for the last time
October 15th (Thursday) 9.20 am. On the afternoon of Friday October 23rd, a dog walker called the police and reported that the body was found outside the woods.
Has been formally identified and the body is
Annual event, by
, You can see a series of activities nearby and around
, Said: "
Thousands of residents and tourists are attracted to the town every year. "
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The U.S. produces more waste per capita than any other country in the world. This is how scrappers turn this waste into a $32 billion business.
Adrian Paisley spent a lot of time searching for scrap metal: aluminum, brass and (sacred) copper. Paisley is only 42 pounds, weighs only 135 pounds, is tall and muscular. I once saw him carrying an old refrigerator by himself and throwing it on his pickup truck, as if it were made of Styrofoam. He lives for this kind of thing. Just like when he found an abandoned car, he saw it in half and then hoisted it to the truck with pulleys. "That's masculinity," he recalled. "Which guy wouldn't like to cut a car in half?"
Last summer, I spent a few days on Paisley because he drove through the streets of Buffalo, New York and its surrounding areas, dragging the curbside to pick up scrap metal. During our time together, Paisley found a dishwasher, several microwaves, a metal trash can, a refrigerator and an air conditioner. The last one is a good find because it includes copper tubes and can be sold at a premium. But Paisley's favorite discovery is the lawn mower, which he calls "treasure." He has been waiting for such a lawn mower, because the lawn mower does not require gasoline, so it is environmentally friendly and cheap. "Come on, man, there is nothing better than this!" He told me excitedly. He found something, such as a lawn mower, which he kept. The rest is sold in the local junkyard.
Paisley eventually took us to the Broadway-Fillmore area of the city, where we encountered an abandoned 17-story building: Buffalo's old main train station. It has been vacant for decades, and apart from its ghostly gray exterior wall, I can recognize the dense fields where the Buffalo Steel Works once stood from a dim distance.
Paisley survived the destruction of civilization. Most of his belongings-from the barbecue grill to the sewing machine to the 20-foot motorboat-have been rescued from the rubbish. He sometimes uses collected waste to make things. For example, he built a furnace from scraps and then forged hunting knives. Yes, he hunts-not with a gun, but with a bow and arrow. The arrow is recyclable. Unlike bullets, there is no need to purchase bullets.
Usually, Paisley doesn't believe in voting, the government, Wal-Mart or banks. Having said that, he respects private property. He always asked the homeowner to remove the rubbish from the curb, he would never remove the waste from the main train station: "I will not go to jail for this," he said. "Are you crazy?"
I told Paisley that his work and his existence seemed to be the end of the world. "That's true, buddy!" Paisley said. "But I am not looking for water, but for metal."
In fact, Paisley is not a survivalist, but an entrepreneur, a small participant in a huge industry. IBISWorld's data shows that in the United States, scrap metal recycling is a $32 billion business. As the mining of virgin materials becomes more and more difficult-and the global demand for metals soars-scrap is more important than ever. When he found a good discovery, such as a piece of copper wire, he immediately checked the current price using an app called iScrap on his phone, which listed the prices of all scrap metals. In terms of copper wire, there are "bright", "tinned copper", "insulated copper wire", "computer wire" and so on. Depending on the price, he may choose to cash out or hoard immediately until the price rises.
Later that day, when we were towed back to Paisley’s house with a lot of trash, he told me: “I live on my street with two other people, three black people, but we are all people with families. , You know what I mean? It seems like we are not alone, we live here alone." Paisley lives in Tonawanda (a neat middle class, mainly white suburbs) and we quickly passed a local school , The parents there gathered together with sandals and matching lawn chairs, watching the children play football. Paisley gesticulated vaguely and said: "Everyone sees high-end cars, everywhere in the suburbs." "Then you will see me riding this trailer and an old truck full of scrap metal, they just Like:
Many people don't think I live in this area. They think I am just a guy trying to get old scraps. No, I live here. "
A flood of garbage enters the American middle class. It may sound strange, but this is not surprising. One thing that we reliably produce as a country-more output per capita than any other country in the world-is rubbish. Americans account for only 4% of the world’s population, but we account for 12% of the earth’s waste every year. According to EPA data, we landfill 840,000 tons of plastic plates and cups, 3.4 million tons of diapers, 8.2 million tons of clothing and footwear, and 910,000 tons of towels, sheets and pillowcases every year. Or think about it another way: if you take away all the rubbish we generate in a year and make it huge, it will weigh 700 times higher than the Empire State Building.
We will also produce larger types of waste. Many products are now produced overseas, countless factories are empty, and many shopping malls and retail stores we once visited have also been closed. In short, there is a lot of garbage in the objects we discard, but the infrastructure we used to discard has also manufactured and sold these things.
All this waste presents opportunities for recyclers, ranging from expectant mothers to multinational companies. According to statistics from the Waste Recycling Industry Association (ISRI), the world's leading recyclers association, the entire waste industry (including processors of plastic, paper, glass, rubber and textiles) has 531,500 employees. This number exceeds the sum of computer programmers, web developers, chemical engineers, and biomedical engineers.
Of all the recyclable waste, metals are the most valuable, which is why many entrepreneurs like Paisley are looking for them instead of plastic bottles or old newspapers. In the scrap world, copper is king, because almost all electrical products need copper, from the national grid to Tesla cars, everything is covered.
Moreover, this copper is becoming increasingly difficult to mine. Experts speculate that we will reach the highest output in the next ten years or so. The demand has been growing all the time. With the development of China's industrialization, it has swallowed almost all the scrap materials available on the world market: copper for power grids, steel for skyscrapers and nickel for electrical appliances. For more than a decade, this has created unprecedented prosperity in the American waste industry and greatly stimulated the erosion of all curbstones, especially in "rust belt" cities like Buffalo.
Paisley first set foot in the scrap business in 2011 during the heyday of the copper market. That year, he found the biggest discovery of his life in a barren land behind an old dance studio. Several large metal poles (about 60 feet high) protruded from the bushes, like totems in a forgotten residence. This is very curious and very promising. Through a friend who knew the landowner, Paisley obtained permission to search the area and keep the items found. His first discovery was a huge metal tray, rusted in the weeds, which confirmed his intuition. This is the shadow of a set of stadium lights. Once there was a baseball diamond back here. That means there may be a transformer-this means copper.
Paisley began digging around in the dirt and found six transformers in time. He hacked them to death. Inside is the largest copper coil he has ever seen. Extracting them proved to be a difficult task, and he invited a friend to help him. "This is crazy," he recalled. "We just sit down and ignore it." He continued: "It's weird, buddy. I have never seen so much copper in my life." These are Paisley's exciting days: busy, some detective work and prosperous profits.
When he finds such a discovery, Paisley checks his iScrap app, which is very valuable because most scrapyards do not share their prices publicly. Moreover, there is no centralized pricing index for scrap. For example, if a metal trader wants to buy solid copper ingots, he or she can simply check the price on the London Metal Exchange (LME) or the Commercial Exchange (COMEX). But how do you price a 10-foot copper wire coated with rubber insulation? Questions such as this are the inspiration for Tom Buechel, the creator of the app.
Buechel owns a junkyard in Rockaway, New Jersey, which he took over from his father in 2007. Soon after, he started posting the scrap prices of his yard (Rockaway Recycling) on his website. His sister Virginia, who helped run the company, recalled that their father was a mystery: He was worried that this would make competitors bid higher than them and eventually lure customers. "He thought my brother was crazy!" she recalled.
Historically, there has always been a sense of mistrust between the scrappers and the yard where they sell their goods. Scrappers worry about the scale being manipulated or the price is unfair. At the same time, the yard is worried about their stolen materials or filling items, such as copper pipes filled with sand. Boucher believes that greater openness will help build trust. After Rockaway started publishing prices, its business improved, which in turn inspired Buechel to create an app where scrappers from all over the country could report the prices paid. He started receiving hundreds of updates every week. In 2016, this helped him create a national average for scrap prices.
In this way, people like Paisley can not only become scavengers, but also follow trends and bet on the market, becoming small commodity traders. As he told me: "Every day before I get up, before I leave home, I drink coffee, smoke and check prices every day."
There are two types of garbage economy: one is as an entrepreneur, and the second is (possibly more important) idealists. In fact, he refused to call himself a "recycler" and insisted that he was a "recycler". For him, this is more than just semantics. It reflects a spiritual calling. When he showed me a huge landfill just a few blocks away from his home, he knew it very well to me. He insisted that the landfill has been leaking green sludge. "We only have one planet, man," Paisley said, staring at the hills of the earth in disgust.
When I told him I totally agree with him, he gave me a suspicious look.
"You may be one of these people. What will you do when the soap bar becomes too small?"
The creepy thing is that I admit to throwing it away.
He explained mockingly that what I should do is collect a few small pieces of soap, put them in a homemade "towel bag" and use it to lather.
I asked him what he did.
No, he answered. "I found a pair of socks-a sock in their hole-I said,
. He continued: "I stuffed it with soap, rolled it up and knotted it." There you go: that's it. "
After visiting the landfill, we came to a pristine ranch where Paisley lived with his wife Lori and their 4-year-old son Adrian III. They called it Peanut Butter . The white Lori works as a receptionist in a local hotel. Lori told me that at first she had certain doubts about her husband's job. "I'm a little trapped, and I'm like: I didn't touch the trash, are you kidding me?" But as time passed, the idea that Paisley was actually a recycler helping the earth made her surpass. She became his navigator, shot the bullet gun with him, and planned the route so that they could reach the side of the road before the garbage truck. Together they embraced what she called "urban home life"-collecting rainwater, growing their own food, and finding many things they needed in the trash can. Lori said that some of her family members still don't understand. Her sister married a dentist, who retired early. They now live in Puget Sound and take a long walk there to watch whales. She said: "I'm a bit simple."
Unlike his wife who grew up in Tonawanda, Paisley spent his childhood in public housing in the city. He was raised by single mother Althea Goree, who worked three jobs to raise Paisley and his siblings. They barely passed until Goree hurt her. Sometimes she can barely get out of bed, but she works as much as possible. In November 1989, "Buffalo News" (Buffalo News) introduced her. The article talked about how difficult life is in the city and explained that Goree's average food budget was only $40 a week. In the article, Goree lamented that she had no money to spend, and wondered aloud what they would tell the children when she gave them nothing on Christmas morning.
According to Paisley, there are some fond memories. He recalled going to an old landfill, which had been turned into a park, and fishing with his best friend Antoine. But at home, he started fighting with his mother and finally decided to run away. Paisley was homeless for a while and slept on a playground inside a tubular slide. When he was in his 20s, he was charged twice with theft. He stayed in prison for more than eight years, determined to never return.
When he got out of the car, Paisley worked as a chef, truck driver and framer until a friend suggested scrapping. Paisley likes the idea of becoming a self-employed "hawker", he can set his own time and roam the city as he pleases. One day, he found that he could make $100 in cash. For him, work and the industry that created it are salvation.
On any given day, Paisley measures his wealth according to the size of the "pile", which is a pile of twisted waste metal. Lori is not completely obsessed with these things. In fact, Paisley sometimes affectionately refers to Lori as the "caretaker" because although she accepts scrapping, she still imposes some restrictions. For example, he must put his pile behind a fence and keep it out of sight so that neighbors do not complain.
Paisley usually removes the waste from the stack and moves it to the garage for disposal. Paisley makes money by extracting the most valuable gold nuggets. For example, he found this air conditioner very promising because it contains copper tubes, copper wires and ACR (aluminum copper radiator). The scrapyard may only pay him $4 to $6 for air conditioners at the current price, but if he processes and removes the copper wires, his income may triple. Therefore, Paisley spends most of the day surgically removing the most valuable metals. He even removed each screw and sold it in bulk. The scrap yard is willing to pay a high price for this kind of waste because it saves them the trouble of handling it themselves.
After Paisley disposed of some of the waste he found (such as copper in air conditioners), he threw the trophies and some larger untreated items (such as snow blowers and refrigerators) into the pickup truck without precious metals. Peanut Butter often watches YouTube videos about recycling and is proud of his father's assistant, who insists on helping. Paisley also has an adult son and daughter. He was born as a teenager, and he regrets that he missed a lot of his childhood in prison.
"I think I failed as a father," Paisley told me. "You know that's my love for Peanuts, man. I keep telling Lowry. That's why it's so urgent that I don't mess with him. He is my only hope, and this is my last chance to get it right."
His scrap metal was shipped to the same place in North Buffalo, a yard called Niagara Metals. The shipyard has an extensive processing facility-a giant version of the Paisley garage-with special equipment that can strip the insulation of the wires and hydraulic shears to cut the metal pipes into small pieces that can be easily shipped. On the day of our visit, Paisley took his scraps directly to the "non-ferrous" material (that is, non-ferrous materials) area. A chatty young waiter named Charles Pearce greeted us and checked Paisley's condition. Pearce looked at the aluminum-copper radiator appraisingly and explained that this piece has its own price: the aluminum must be melted and separated from the copper.
I asked Pearce if he knew what happened to copper once he left Paisley. I suggest that it will be fun to follow its path to the end point.
"Till the end?" Pierce asked.
"In the end," Paisley murmured. They seemed a little confused, as if I had suggested chasing the disappearing sunset.
Pierce shrugged. He put the copper on the cart, weighed each item, and gave Paisley a receipt.
Elsewhere, in the yard hee hee activity. There are homeowners who clean the basement or drop rusty grills, but there are also many professionals like Paisley who work more or less full-time.
Friendship prevails among veterans. One of them, Hector Acevedo (Hector Acevedo) told me: "Unless you choose where I want to go, otherwise there is no competition, then we will have problems." Hector added Most of his scrappers respected his "turf", and when he found a place full of trash, he did not crowd him. Another scrapper, James Lassalle, lamented, because “too many freelancers” make it difficult to find good scraps. It turns out that this is a euphemism for drug addicts who use shopping carts to shop around. LaSalle said: "They are looking for their own daily solutions, they just want to beat you." I also met a former ironworker named Tom Gervasio, who told me that you can pick up garbage. To make a lot of money, he personally trained many people to do it, including some elderly people.
I doubt that many elderly people can take up this job. Then, after a while, we met another regular customer in the yard: 94-year-old Hobart Balaton. "I'm going to quit this game," Balaton announced. Today is the last time in his life that he was scrapped because he was moving into auxiliary facilities and he scrapped all the property that he could not take away.
In fact, Balaton is an exception. Most of the waste-related jobs in the city are given to young people who can do hard work. I saw this myself when I visited a company called Buffalo Engine Components, which rescued and recycled auto parts from scrap yards across the country. One of the owners, Joe Pellitieri Jr. showed me around. The scale of the business is staggering: Workers recycle about 1,000 tons of engines and gearboxes every week. A group of people work frantically-drag, damage, clean and restore car parts. Pellitieri dedicated 150 employees and even offered a profit-sharing bonus, but he quickly pointed out that the actual work is daunting, paying only about $15 an hour. He said that few people over 40 have the stamina to do this. These jobs and the jobs of scrap hawkers are a far cry from the old union performances lost when the steel plant closed. Pellitieri told me that he has so many that he often cannot find anyone willing to do the job. He told me: "Everyone wants to be a doctor, a lawyer, a computer engineer or something like that." "We won't all be like that. You know what I mean?"
Outside, the copper from the Paisley air conditioner and all the copper he had shipped over the years have never been in the Niagara Metals yard in North Buffalo for a long time. In the end, all the scrap here is sent to Niagara Metals' main factory in the nearby suburb of Cheektowaga. The factory does not look like a formal scrap yard, but more like an Amazon warehouse: a large, orderly warehouse. In the complex, attendants use handheld devices to track inventory scanners.
Here, I met Todd Levin, the owner of Niagara Metals and the successor to one of Buffalo's oldest and most respected scrap families. Levine seemed to know every inch of the yard. He is serious and careful to me. When he was a child, he built a miniature waste yard in the basement, which contained Tomka trucks and small scraps. That is his blood. His great-grandfather Abraham Levin immigrated from Belarus in the 1890s and began scrapping with horses and carriages in his youth. He was just a member of an army of hawkers, and with the industrialization of the United States, he began to look for any metal he could find on the street. In the following decades, as Buffalo became an industrial powerhouse, the business of the Levin family developed rapidly. Most of their trade is carried out entirely within the industrial sector of the city. The family buys waste from various factories, sorts them, processes them, and resells them to many foundries in the city.
However, by the early 1980s, Buffalo's industry was collapsing. Levin still remembers that he was still a teenager. When he announced that General Motors would close its local foundry and lay off more than 2,000 workers, he watched the six o'clock news in his family’s living room. The foundry is one of Levins' main buyers. Levine recalled: "My father and grandfather put a lot of eggs in that basket."
This should have been the death knell for the Levin family's business and the entire Buffalo waste industry. Instead, the Levin family established new relationships and expanded the scope of influence. They used relatively cheap railroads and started shipping scrap steel to Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Syracuse. They also cooperated with a steel plant in Hamilton, Ontario to purchase a lot of ferrous metal scrap. Finally, there was a windfall, which was the biggest small business: the ruins of the city. Beginning in the late 1990s, as China's demand for metals increased, there was suddenly an incentive to demolish and scrap abandoned houses, factories and industrial machinery in Buffalo. Levin did a lot of work, such as taking scraps from the same General Motors foundry where the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium and his family had taken care of.
One afternoon, Levine offered to take me on an outing, looking for large pieces of waste. He held a leading position in an old asphalt plant in the 1960s. A friend of his, Jamie Hypnarowski, oversees the quarry where the factory is located. Hypnarowski wants to delete it and wants to estimate its value. The three of us drove to the quarry together, and Hepnanovsky lamented the status quo of the gang industry. He told me: "The state has not rebuilt roads like before." When we entered the quarry, I could see the factory in the distance: a huge multi-layer metal installation. Levin looked at the factory carefully and I realized he was doing the same thing as Paisley-only on a larger scale.
Levine said: "I guess it is about 150 tons." He speculated that this will be converted into 10 trucks of waste. "We will come in with scissors or a grab, and then tear it apart." Levin estimates that he can pay about $30,000 for this factory. Hypnarowski nodded and added that he has other even larger plants in other parts of the quarry, which need to be discarded in the next few months.
Hypnarowski later told me that his companies New Enterprise Stone and Lime also own part of the land where Bethlehem Steel once existed. The steel plant was scrapped a long time ago, but there are still gold nuggets-"buttons" to be exact. Buttons are essentially giant metal boulders weighing 20 tons. When the mill is still running, the iron ore is melted and poured into a huge ladle, where a less than ideal slag will form at the bottom. The slag is then dumped on the shoreline of Lake Erie, where it hardens and forms buttons. Hypnarowski and Levin worked together to rescue these buttons from the lake. They seem to have thought of all possible ways to mine large pieces of waste. Over time, the scrappers changed the landscape of Buffalo. The city survived partly by devouring.
As early as when the steel plant closed, Lou Jean Fleron, an emeritus professor at Cornell University’s School of Labor Relations, provided a series of education programs for laid-off workers. She has a close relationship with poor families. She recalled that it was a very difficult time, and whenever she visited the waterfront in Buffalo, her eyes inevitably drifted towards the abandoned mill. She recalled: "Oh, my goodness, it's like a ghost town, like a skeleton, it's a huge black skeleton." Then, demolition workers and scrapped workers came to work. Now, Fronon went down to the beach, and she saw young families and their children having birthday parties. The scene is almost idyllic.
"The important thing is to take it all down," Furen told me. "It did make some pain go away."
Paisley's copper may not be there after it left Niagara Metals. It most likely went to a local copper factory, Aurubis Buffalo, which is the main copper buyer of Niagara Metals. Jeff Nystrom, who runs Aurubis Buffalo, showed me his factory, which occupies more than 1 million square feet, which is roughly equivalent to 17 football fields. It has about 650 employees, many of whom fly past us on special bicycles equipped with tool boxes.
Nistrom escorted me to the intake center of plants: a large space, almost like a cave, bathed in dim light. As far as the naked eye can see, there is a large delivery box full of copper by Gaylord. The metals here are sorted by size and shape, ranging from fragments that look like razor blades to cylinders that look like ice balls. There is even a box full of thousands of retired Canadian pennies. Various copper alloys, ranging in color from silver to gold, shimmer.
Aurubis absorbs these materials, melts them and mixes them with other metals to produce many different alloys, including brass, Munz metal, and various grades of copper. These metals are made into steel ingots weighing up to 10 tons, and then sent through a large rolling mill (the size of a large house), which rolls a continuous coiled plate. Imagine a huge roll of tissue paper, three feet wide and thousands of feet long. This is how Aurubis Buffalo is made of copper only. Then, their customers use these panels to produce a range of products, including Zippo lighters, heat exchangers, coffins and skyscraper facade panels.
Paisley's waste may also go to another local business. Levine occasionally sends a small amount of copper to Manitoba for special processing. Paisley (Paisley) and even most scrap yards can't handle copper at all, and this is where Manitoba is. For example, it can use a specially designed incinerator to burn the coating off the "weathered" wire. Then, Manitoba also sold its copper to Aurubis. In any case, the key point is: wherever Paisley's copper goes, it must be cleaned before it can be purchased in a US factory.
Not long ago, there was a time when "raw" or "dirty" waste was usually easier to sell on the global market. Most of it went to China. During the boom of the early and mid-2000s, Chinese companies might buy copper wires still with rubber or plastic insulation, and then burn the insulation in a fire, which caused terrible air pollution. Adam Minter wrote in his book Junkyard Planet that a small town in China once burned 20 million pounds of Christmas lights every year.
Beginning in 2017, China has issued a new policy called the "National Sword", which imposes stricter standards on the types of recyclable materials (including scrap metal) that can be imported. This policy, coupled with China's retaliatory tariffs on imported metals, has caused a major shift in the scrap market. "The party is over," explained Brad MacAulay, senior scrap reporter at Argus Media. "For a while, that was China's Wild West. Now they are not just taking what we sent to them." Many people speculate that China wants to establish a completely independent recycling system, that is, a closed loop within itself.
This may destroy the US scrap industry, which relies on exports to make some profits. The trick is to find new markets. In fact, the first person to start this work on a global scale was Brian Shine, the co-owner of Manitoba. Shine's family has a long history in the industry; he is another fourth-generation scraper in Buffalo, Shine currently serves as the chairman of the Waste Recycling Industry Association (ISRI). Shine has been to India three times in the past year alone, hoping that India, like China before, can industrialize at a high speed and consume a lot of American waste in the process.
At the same time, a large amount of copper scrap is still used in China. In 2017, more than one-third of all copper consumed in the United States came from scrap. In order to understand where some of Buffalo's scraps ended up, I visited the university center of the new school on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan: a huge 16-story building with fashion studios, science laboratories, and dormitories. The exterior of the building is earthy yellow and consists of 6,500 Muntz metal plates, most of which are made of copper. All Mounts metal (over 500,000 pounds) comes from Orubis.
Peter Sheppard and Robert Cox run CBC Specialty Metals, a company that helped design and supervise the project. They met me on the side of the road to show off their work. The building opened in 2014 and seems to shine in the winter sun. When we stood and watched, I wondered how much Paisley's copper was mixed up-his tubing, his radiator, even the wires for stadium lights. When I mentioned this to Cox, he became alive.
"It started with someone like your hawker!" he said. "Then, integrate vertically upwards from there." Unable to know the source of all the copper in this building, Cox continued to operate or was recycled how many times.
Sheppard said: "It may be the air conditioner from China, or it may be the copper after the restoration of the Statue of Liberty."
Cox said: "It may be coins from China, Kazakhstan, Uruguay."
Shepard said that before that, in the early days of the Roman Empire, copper was used to make tools.
I spent nearly a year studying Paisley's copper wire and looking for a "end point". But it does not exist. One day in a few decades from now, this building will become obsolete and in disrepair. Then the scraper will arrive and the whole process will start again.
Paisley still insists that scrap metal can ensure the future of his dreams. He is still looking for a copper mine that will allow him to buy a piece of land in the western New York hinterland, where he can live as a hermit and teach peanut butter how to be self-sufficient: how to farm, hunt down and make his own leather goods. Paisley explained: "He must know how to take care of himself and his family without relying on others." "I just want to get some land, just to make sure my baby is fine. That's it."
Currently, Paisley likes to visit some nearby wetlands, called the Alabama Marshlands, where he hunts bows. This place refreshed him, and one summer afternoon, he took me there.
When we reached the swamp, Paisley jumped out of the car and took me into the brush. The hunting season has not yet begun, and his goal that day is to build a blind man. Paisley quickly found a deer trail, and we followed it together. As we walked, he described his vision for the future, and he will live entirely on this land. When I mentioned that this might be difficult to do, Paisley did not waver. "Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clark, and Sacagawea are all going crazy, you know the people who think back to the past, all those cats, people, they all live In this land!" He told me. "You have to remember that Daniel Boone and their handsome guy came here. They didn't know anything. Every step they took was foreign. But they did it."
We quickly came to a clearing where we encountered a small pile of garbage, including a plastic bottle, some jars and some glasses. Paisley's whole body was taut. "Man, none of these are biodegradable," he told me, pricking his finger at the debris. "No. Glass bottle and all of this. You can't break it down. The earth won't destroy it." He seemed angry. "It annoys me, the people who watched just came here and didn't respect it. Come on, we only have one."
Paisley said that it was not just his heaven being defiled. This is the complete ruthlessness of the behavior, and it heralds future development. As if the landfill behind his house and the wasteful debris it represents will eventually take everything away.
Paisley took a deep breath and tried to regain his composure. "I'm sorry, brother," he finally told me. "I'm just looking for higher goals."
We continued deep into the swamp, and gradually, he returned to talk about his vision of a homestead with a vegetable garden, a freezer full of venison, and even a small piece of scrap iron to provide metal for his furnace. In his mind, everything is very clear: "I want to see fog hovering on the ground on a cool autumn morning. I just want to hear the chirping of birds and insects. I want to stand there, man, drink My coffee, looking at the fog. It's calm. I don't want to see no one. No. You know what I mean?"
Jake Halpern won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for his 20-part graphic narrative series in The Times.
He is adapting it into a book.
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