Pantyhose to clean up oil spill
Hair-based oil mats may have got their prime time in the spotlight. Although we've covered the inventions several times over the last three years -- first during a oil spill in the San Francisco Bay , and then as part of a Earth Day event sponsored by Paul Mitchell , poses the biggest challenge yet for the products, created by nonprofit Matter of Trust in San Francisco. With the Deepwater Horizon spill still oozing untold thousands of gallons of oil per day into the Gulf of Mexico, Matter of Trust is working overtime to collect as many clippings as possible and send new booms out to the Gulf region. According to an NPR story that aired yesterday:. Cue the private sector: Hanesbrands today announced that it is donating 37, pairs of pantyhose to Matter of Trust as part of the effort to address the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
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Hooters Girls have really big hearts, which is why they are collecting all of their used and torn pantyhose and donating them to help clean up the Gulf Oil Spill. All domestic Hooters restaurants are participating in the initiative and asking employees to donate their used or torn pantyhose for 4 weeks. Their goal is to collect , pairs of pantyhose, which will then be filled with hair, fur, feathers, and other materials to create booms. Matter of Trust is making the booms to be deployed in the gulf. The Hooters Girls friendly service has just become environmental friendly as well. Via Greenbiz. Remember Me.
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Hair, fur, pantyhose deployed to fight oil spill
Why pantyhose you ask? In combination with donated hair, the pairs of pantyhouse can be used to create "hair booms" which act as a sponge, absorbing the oil from the water. Sure, most people wouldn't immediately link Hanesbrands and cleaning up oil spills Dawn's dish-washing soap commercial springs to mind as a more intuitive connection , but by offering help in a critical time of need, Hanesbrands has come up with a great way to be socially responsible in a timely and meaningful way.
Here's a perfect example of analyzing a material's properties, then exploiting them to solve a problem. The sad footage showed an otter drenched in oil--and McCrory observed that the water immediately around the otter contained less oil, as it had been absorbed by the otter's fur. This was noteworthy to McCrory, as he was a hairstylist. As he explained to NPR :.