Political Documentation

Because of population increases, affluence and to some extent technology our presence on the planet has resulted in significant detrimental linkages, many of which have become of political importance such as wastes and pollution, salinity and global warming.

In this section of the web site you will find relevant documents that are not just of a background nature. If the files are protected you will need to contact TecEco for a password.

Acrobat Documents

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Submissions

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TecEco Submission to the Australian Federal Government Prime Ministerial Task Group on Emissions Trading

John Harrison John Harrison's submission to the Australian Federal government Prime Ministerial Task Group on Emissions Trading
18 Mar 07 1.88 Mb No
TecEco Submission to the Australian states Emissions Trading Task Force John Harrison John Harrison's submission to the now disbanded (?) National Emissions Trading Task Force
25 Jan 07 1.88 Mb No
Gaia Engineering (formerly CarbonSafe) Alliance Submission Regarding Geosequestration John Harrison John Harrison's submission on behalf of Gaia Engineering (formerly CarbonSafe) Alliance members (TecEco Pty. Ltd. and Greensols Pty. Ltd.) to the Standing Committee on Science and Innovation. Inquiry into geosequestration technology
27 Sep 06 4.9 Mb No
Solving Global Problems Using TecEco Technology John Harrison Document prepared for member countries of the Kyoto Protocol. 17 May 05 2.4 Mb No
Presentation to Tas. Govt. 7th February, 2005 John Harrison Document prepared for representatives of the Tasmanian Department of State Development and Ausindustry re TecEco. 07 Feb 05 2 Mb No
Mineral and Geological Sequestration Combined John Harrison Document prepared for representatives of the Tasmanian Department of State Development and Ausindustry about sequestration. 07 Feb 05 .8 Mb No
Sustainability of Australian Cities John Harrison Submission by TecEco into the Sustainability of Australian Cities Enquiry, House of Representatives (See Parliament House Enquiry Link) 08 Mar 04 3.3 Mb No

Papers

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Making Recycling Economic John Harrison

This paper discusses the techno-process and the impact of electronic identification, robotics and the TecEco technology on recycling.

25 May 04 2.1 Mb No
Making Recycling Economic (Shorter version) John Harrison

This paper discusses the techno-process and the impact of electronic identification, robotics and the TecEco technology on recycling.

25 May 04 1.09 Mb No
Magnesium Cements - Fundamental for Sustainability in the Built Environment John Harrison

This article summarizes magnesia cements as sustainable materials.

16 Mar 04 1.2 Mb No
Emissions Reduction and other Advantages of TecEco Cements John Harrison How the new technology cements reduce emissions is discussed in detail in this paper. 16 pages. 10 Aug 03 .4 Mb No

Powerpoint Presentations

The following are powerpoint presentations and you may need to download a program to decompress the file. We suggest using WinRar or Winzip 8.0. You may also need a Powerpoint viewer.

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Presentation to the Advisory Committee to the Cement Task Force of the Asia Pacific Partnership, 28th June, 2006 John Harrison A powerpoint presentation to the advisory committee to the Asia Pacific Partnership Cement Task Force. 28 Jun 2006 4.75 Mb No
Gaia Engineering (formerly CarbonSafe) Greensols and Newcomen engine presentation to Asia Pacific Partnership support staff, 28th June, 2006 John Harrison A powerpoint presentation to representatives of various government departments involved in support of the Asia Pacific Partnership Cement Task Force. 28 Jun 2006 3.89 Mb No
Presentation to Tas. Govt. 7th February, 2005 John Harrison A powerpoint presentation to representatives of the Tasmanian Department of State Development and Ausindustry re TecEco. Download first then unzip. 10 Jun 2004 17.8 Mb No
TecEco Political Presentation John Harrison A powerpoint presentation about political issues relating to sustainability with some practical ideas. Download first then unzip. 10 Jun 2004 3.1 Mb No
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