FAMED DALLAS STYLIST LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH FASHION POWERHOUSE ALICE + OLIVIA

Laura Fedock in alice + olivia – Courtesy of Life + STYLE by Laura.

alice + olivia Fall 2021 Collection – Courtesy of alice + olivia.

Laura Fedock of Life + STYLE by Laura to Host Immersive Fashion Event on August 6th, 2021

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES , July 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — WHAT:

Laura Fedock, the fashion stylist, wardrobe consultant, VIP concierge, and image expert behind Dallas-based Life + STYLE by Laura has launched a brand partnership with alice + olivia, the sophisticated, yet sexy fashion brand with a playful sensibility, designed by Stacey Bendet.

Laura will be hosting a charitable one-night-only shopping event, benefitting the Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation (Texas NF), on August 6th, 2021 at the Dallas alice + olivia store. Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity shop alice + olivia’s fall collection, inspired by New York City and its enduring, iconic style. The exclusive event will also offer an evening of passed hors d’oeuvres; locally-inspired cocktails handcrafted by Deep Ellum Distillery; music from DJ ARi; and first-look shoppable items from several local and nationally renowned brands to include legendary bootmaker Lucchese and premier jewelry designer Shop Loren Everyday.

WHY:

Acclaimed throughout Forbes, New York Times Weekly and Yahoo News as one of the ‘Most Influential Women on Instagram in 2021,’ Laura Fedock leads the Dallas fashion scene, working to style top celebrities, athletes, CEOs and socialites. Her partnership with alice + olivia, a brand she has recommended to clients for more than a decade, kicked off last month with a special Instagram Live event that offered shoppers the opportunity to purchase new collections with an exclusive one-night-only discount. Laura’s upcoming event will be the first of its kind at the brand’s Dallas outpost, as well as the first debut of Lucchese handmade boots in Highland Park Village. Proceeds from every sale will support the Texas NF Foundation, a non-profit organization that seeks to find a treatment for Neurofibromatosis – an incurable disease that Laura’s own brother passed away from.

WHEN:

Friday, August 6th, 2021 from 5-8 PM.

WHERE:

alice + olivia – Dallas, Highland Park Village
7b Highland Park Village, Dallas, TX 75205

RSVPS:

RSVPs are required for the event. Please RSVP by August 2nd to laura@life-stylebylaura.com.

If you are unable to attend the event and would like to support and donate to Texas NF Foundation, please visit www.texasnf.org/donate.

ATTIRE:

Fashion-forward.

SOCIALS:

Instagram: @lifestylebylaura
Facebook: @lifestylebylauraofficial
Twitter: @lifestylelaura

Instagram: @aliceandolivia_dallas
Facebook: @aliceandolivia

Instagram: @txsnff
Facebook: @texasnf

ABOUT LIFE + STYLE BY LAURA:
Laura Fedock of Life + STYLE by Laura is a stylist, personal shopper, wardrobe consultant and image expert.
Life + STYLE by Laura has earned a reputation for superior service, working with men, women and children to build looks that inspire self-confidence and success. One of Laura’s main mottos with fashion and styling is that happiness comes from confidence, and fashion is just one aspect of this. In addition to styling, Laura is an active philanthropist, working to give back to the community and help empower others. For more information on Life + STYLE by Laura, please visit www.life-stylebylaura.com.

ABOUT ALICE + OLIVIA BY STACEY BENDET:
Launched in 2002, alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet is a brand that allows women to express their personal style. With clothing that juxtaposes the whimsical and flirty with the sexy and sophisticated, a+o epitomizes the personality and perspective of its founder, Stacey Bendet. The brand was born from Stacey’s personal quest to create the perfect pair of pants, and has since grown into a full lifestyle collection including ready-to-wear, gowns and accessories. The brand is a Hollywood favorite with celebrity fans including Meghan Markle, Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gigi Hadid and Jessica Alba. For more information, please visit aliceandolivia.com.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Florida Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm

A mixture of asbestos and cement was used to produce roof shingles for decades throughout the twentieth century.

Being exposed to and inhaling just one fiber of asbestos is enough to cause mesothelioma and/or other asbestos-related illnesses decades later.

The Steinberg Law Group is affiliated with doctors around the country.

We support our veterans.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Florida Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, USA, July 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Florida is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Florida has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2021 were exposed decades ago.

Although there is no naturally-occurring asbestos in Florida, many industries in the state used commercial asbestos that was shipped in from around the country to one of five asbestos processing plants (Boca Raton, Jacksonville, Pompano Beach, St. Petersburg and Tampa). Floridians who worked in locations such as the shipyards, chemical/power plants and auto repair shops are at an elevated risk of developing asbestos-related diseases. In addition, many public buildings in Florida also contain asbestos, which can have serious implications for businesses and property owners who wish to make changes to their properties and buildings.

Known jobsites, companies and locations with asbestos exposure in Florida include, but are not limited to, Big Bear Powerhouse, Big Ben Powerhouse, Black Point Powerhouse, Dania Powerhouse, Sarasota Powerhouse, Port Everglades Powerhouse, Bradenton Steam Electric Station, Miami Steam Electric Station, Crist Power Plant, Gainesville Power Plant, Smith Power Plant, Fort Pierce Power Plant, Hutcheson Island Power Plant, Key West Power Plant, Sholz Power Plant, Stanton Power Plant, Gannon/Culbreath Power Plant, Hookers Power Plant, Palm Beach Power Plant, A.B. Hopkins Power Plant, Palatka Power Plant, Putnam Power Plant, Fort Meyers Power Plant, Anclote Power Plant, St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant, Makintosh Power Plant, Bartow Power Plant, Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant, Higgins Power Plant, Clewiston Power Plant, Sanford Power Plant, Cutler Ridge Power Plant, Riviera Beach Power Plant, Turner Power Plant, Crystal River Nuclear Plant, Lakeland Power Plant, U.S. Sugar and Vero Beach Municipal Power Plant, Florida Power and Light Company, DuPont Corporation, Foster Wheeler, Eustis Housing Project, Jacksonville Grammar School, Mulberry Phosphate Mine, Grace Mines, Armour Mine, Agrico Mine, Bonnie Mine, Brewster Mine, Gardinier Mine, Cornett Mine, NASA, Florida State University, Florida A&M College, University of Florida, Jacksonville University, University of South Florida, University of West Florida, Florida Agricultural College, Lake City Community College, Atlantic Dry Dock, Miami-Dade Drydock, Bellinger Shipyard, Merrill Stevens Shipyard, Gibbs Shipyard, Wainwright Shipyard, Jacksonville Shipyard, J.A. Jones Shipyard, Panama City Shipyard, Saint John’s River Shipyard, Cove Shipyard, Pensacola Shipyard, Port Everglades Docks, Gulf Tampa Drydock, Hendry Corporation, Offshore Shipbuilding Company, Tampa Bay Shipbuilding, Gulf Marine Repair Corporation, U.S. Sugar Company, Florida Can Products, Atlantic Sugar Association, Florida Sugar Corporation, Belle Glade Sugar Mill, Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida, Talisman Sugar Corporation, Everglades Sugar Refinery, Inc., Ashland Chemical Company, Armour Agricultural Chemical, C.F. Industries, Chemicals, Inc., Electric Phosphate Company, Farmland Industries, International Minerals Corporation, International Minerals & Chemical Company, Morris Fertilizer Company, Swift & Company, W.R. Grace & Company, Ammonia, Inc., IMC Corporation, J.F. Pritchard & Company, Manatee Light and Fraction Company, Phoenix Utility Company, Zoller Lumber Company, Tropicana Products, Inc., Amalgamated Phosphate Company, American Cyanamid Company, Chemical Lime Company, Florida Mining & Materials Corporation, Southern Bell Telephone Company, Florida Pulp & Paper Company, Rainer Pulp and Paper Company, St. Regis Paper Company, Proctor and Gamble Paper Company, Kennedy Space Center, Clewiston, Ltd., Rocket Insulation Company, Deland Electric, Light, Power and Ice Company, U.S. Airways, Citrus Concentrates, Inc., Juice Industries, Inc., Clinton Foods, Inc., B. C. Skinner Machinery, U.S. Phosphoric Products Corporation, Florida Power Corporation, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Container Corporation of America, Kraft Corporation of America, Rayonier, Inc., Brooks-Scanlon Corporation, Buckeye Cellulose Corporation, Triangle Construction Company, Automatic Ventilating Company, Broward Marine, Inc., Burdines, Inc., North Brothers, Inc., Fort Lauderdale Airport, Jacksonville International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Tampa International Airport, V C Chemical Company, United States Steel Corporation, A. Doby Building Products, Cherokee Products Company, Atkins Manufacturing Company, Baird Hardware Company, Florida Industrial Corporation, Gainesville Gas Company, General Electric Company, Koppers Company, Inc., Chemstrand Company, Combustion Engineering, Inc., Daniel Construction Company, Gonzalez Corporation, Monsanto Chemical Company, Monsanto Textiles Company, Miami Mills, Inc., Seaboard Airline Railroad Company, T & H Insulation, Inc., Acousti-Engineering Company, Airco Welding Supply Company, Alton Box Board Company, Alton Packaging Corporation, American Norit Company, Inc., American Oil Company, Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation, Anheuser Busch, Inc., Armstrong Contracting & Supply Corporation, Atlantic Firebrick & Supply Company, Atlantic Ice and Coal Corporation, Bacardi Bottling Company, Citrus Machinery Company, Cleaners Hangers Company, CSX Transportation, Inc., Cummer Lumber Company, Earl Corporation, Duval Ice & Coal Company, Eastern Seaboard Petroleum Company, Florida Ice Machine Corporation, Florida Machine & Foundry Company, Metal Container Corporation, McWilliams Dredging Company, Liquid Carbonic Corporation, Keene Corporation, Jefferson Smurfit Corporation, John H. Swisher and Son, Inc., Jax Ice and Cold Storage Company, Jacksonville Street Railway Company, Jacksonville Linen Supple Company, Jacksonville Gas Company, Jacksonville Electric Light Company, Independent Ice Fuel Company, J W Allen and Associates, HW Lau & Company, Inc., Horne-Wilson Company, Inc., Hess Oil Company, Growers Container Corporation, Glidden Paint Company, Glidden Durkee Company, Glidden Chemical Company, Gibbs Corporation, Georgia Pacific Corporation, General Foods Corporation, Fruit Growers Express Company, Frito-Lay, Inc., Fred A. Rankin Company, Inc., Florida Weather, Inc., Florida Smelting Company, Moore Dry Kiln Company, National Container Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Seaboard Systems Railroad, Inc., Southern Ice Company, Southern Pine Chemical Company, Stone Container Corporation, Texas Company, Trumbull Asphalt Company, TMT Trailer Ferry Service, Inc., U.S. Gypsum Company, Union Camp Corporation, Union Camp Paper Company, Union Carbide Corporation, W & O Engineering Company, W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractors, Inc., Amerada Hess Corporation, Delta Engineering Corporation, Exxon, Erie City Iron Works, Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority, Adams Brothers Company, Columbia Ice Company, Newton Company, Occidental Chemical Corporation, Occidental Petroleum Corpoartion, Phosphate Mining Company, Asphalt Pavers, Inc., Grass Fibre Pulp and Paper Company, Leesburg Canning Company, Leesburg Ice Company, Minute Maid Corporation, Vacuum Food Corporation, American Boatbuilding, AT&T, Atlanta Linen Supply Company, Atlas Flooring, Banana Supply Company, Belcher Oil Company, Binker Portland Cement Company, Florida International Engineering Services, M. Garcia Electric Motors, Lotspeich Company, Linde Air Products Company, Lehigh Portland Cement Company, Industrial Insulators, Inc., General Development Corporation, Miami Electric, Light and Power Company, Overseas Transportation Company, Pennsylvania Sugar Company, Porfiri Brothers Construction Company, Rinker Portland Cement Corporation, Russell Aluminum, Escambia Bay Chemical Company, Becker Industries, Acid, Inc., Mobil Chemical Corporation, International Agricultural Corporation, Mulberry Wrecking Company, New Wales Chemicals, Inc., Prairie Pebble Phosphate Company, Superior Brick & Refractory Service, Conserv, Inc., Virginia Carolina Chemical Company, Ocala Manufacturing Company, Ferguson Lumber, Fosgate Citrus Concentrates Cooperative, Meridith Corporation, Orlando Power Company, Perry Construction, Sea World, Walt Disney World, Air Products Company, Hudson Pulp & Paper Company, Southern Marine Corporation, Tradewell Corporation, Florida East Coast Hotel Company, Alcoa, A C Littleton, Inc., Arizona Chemical Company, Coca Cola Bottling Company, International Paper Company, Nuclear Power Products Company, Smith Corporation, Southern Kraft Corporation, W T Grant Company, AC & S, Inc., Alabama Pulp & Paper Company, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Armstrong Cork Company, Armstrong World Industries, Bell Steel Company, Dyson & Company, E E Saunders & Company, National Cork Company, National Buring Packing Company, Key Ford Motor Company, Industrial Marine Supply Company, Inc., Hardaway Contracting Company, Gulf Power Company, Gulf Chemical Corporation, German American Lumber Company, Escambia Treating Company, Newport Industries, Inc., Newport News Industrial Corporation, Rayco Corporation, Reichold Chemical, Shook & Fletcher Insulation Company, Inc., Stroock & Wittenberg Corporation, Tenneco Chemicals, Inc., Lee Tidewater Cypress Company, Coronet Phosphate Company, Davy PowerGas, Inc., Plant City Public Services Company, Plymouth Citrus Products, Thomas O’Connor and Company, Allied Chemical Corporation, Michigan Chemical Corporation, Philip Morris, Inc., Southeastern Pipe Line Company, Sylvachem Corporation, Tropical Shipping and Construction, St. John Light and Power Company, Bay City Fuel Oil Company, Bay City Engineering, Inc., Micro Plate, Inc., Patrick Fruit Company, Old Crown Company, Gulf & Western Food Products, Okeelanta Corporation, Elberta Crate and Box Company, Tomkins-Beckswith, Inc., A.P. Green Industries, Airetron Engineering Company, Badger American, Inc., Bay-Con General, Inc., Bucyrus-Erie Company, Budweiser Brewing, Buell Engineering, Citro Dry, Inc., Consolidated Citrus Products Company, Dixie Linen and Uniform Company, Florida Portland Cement Company, Florida Steel Corporation, Gaylord Container Corporation, Portland Gasoline Company, Paul Smith Contracting Company, Ocean Shipholdings, Inc., Nitram Chemicals, Inc., Tampa Steel Erecting Company, Misener, Inc., Mid-Valley, Inc., Johns-Manville Sales Corporation, Herman Sausage Factory, Inc., Gulf Power Company, Gulf Brass Works, Southern Brewing Company, Tampa Bay Hotel Company, Tampa Bay Shipbuilding, Tampa Electric Company, Tampa Gas Company, Tampa Ship Repair & Dry Dock Company, Tampa Shipyards, Inc., Tampa Street Railway and Power Company, Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company, Thompson Hayward Siding, Tiffany Tile Corporation, TSR Corporation, Westinghouse Electric, Aristan Ice and Electric Company, East Coast Electric, Light, Power, and Ice Company, Florida Public Utilities Company, Gould Brewing Company, Grumman Ecosystems Corporation, Henderson Roofing Works, Palm Beach Gas Company, Palm Beach Resource Recovery Company, Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Rinker Materials Corporation and PCS Phosphate.

In addition, the following is a non-comprehensive list of Florida military sites with known risks of asbestos exposure: Pensacola Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Mayport Naval Air Station, Cape Canaveral Air Force Base, Cape Kennedy Air Force Station, Patrick Air Force Base, Homestead Air Force Base, Cecil Field Naval Air Station, Key West Naval Shipyard, Whiting Field Naval Air Station, Orlando Air Force Base, Tyndall Air Force Base, Eglin Air Force Base, Corry Field Naval Air Station, Sanford Naval Air Station and MacDill Air Force Base.

For the best possible medical treatment for mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 so a member of The Steinberg Law Group can determine which hospital/doctor in our network is most convenient for you.

States with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Oregon, Washington, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine and Connecticut, Florida, Texas and California. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit www.mesotheliomaoptions.com/contact/ now.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Texas Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm

Inhaling one fiber of asbestos is enough to cause mesothelioma decades later.

Pipefitters are at a higher risk of exposure to asbestos than most due to the hands-on nature of the job.

A mixture of asbestos and cement was used to produce roof shingles for decades throughout the twentieth century.

The Steinberg Law Group has the experiences, resources and results to obtain the maximum financial compensation for veterans

The Steinberg Law Group is affiliated with doctors around the country.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Texas Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, July 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Texas is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Texas has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2020 were exposed decades ago.

Asbestos was used throughout the state of Texas for most of the twentieth century. Major Texas industries where workers faced an elevated risk of asbestos exposure include, but are not limited to, the oil, chemical, manufacturing and shipbuilding industries. Additionally, the wide use of asbestos in the military exposed veterans at military bases around the state.

Known jobsites, companies and locations with asbestos exposure in Texas include, but are not limited to, W.R. Grace, General Dynamics, Texaco Oil, Gulf Oil, Phillips Pride Refining, Phillips Petroleum Company, Lone Star Gas Company, Pioneer Gas Company, Cosden Petroleum Company, Amoco Corporation, Conoco-Monsanto, Conoco Incorporated, Exxon, Esso, Citgo, Mobil Oil, ExxonMobil Corporation, Valero Refining Company, Standard Oil Company of Texas, Gulf Oil, Humble Oil & Refining Company, Conway Oil Company, Ashland Chemical Company, Carter Oil Company, Hess Oil & Chemical Corporation, Reichhold Chemicals Incorporated, Shell Chemical Company, Shell Oil Company, Shell Petroleum Company, Badische Chemical, BASF, Tenneco Chemical Company, Tenneco Manufacturing Company, Mobay Chemical Corporation, Texas Chemical, Shamrock Oil & Gas Corporation, Pan American Petroleum, Lyondell Petro-Chemical Company, Lyondell Citgo Refining LP, Lyondell Petroleum Company, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, Quantum Chemical, Signal Chemical Company, B. F. Goodrich Chemical Company, Stauffer Chemical Company, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Monsanto Chemical Company, Jefferson Chemical Company, Celanese Chemical Company, Dow Chemical Company, DuPont Chemical Company, Chevron Corporation, Cain Chemical Corporation, Arch Chemicals, Inc., Occidental Chemical Corporation, Enjay Chemical Corpoation, Phillips 66, Equistar Chemicals LP, Gulf Coastal Water Company, Hamman Exploration Company, Northern Irrigation Company, Plotner Stoddard Irrigation Company, Texas Rice and Irrigation Company, Chevron Phillips Plastics Company, Pathfinder Manufacturing, Lone Star Industries, Bethlehem Shipping Company, General Tire & Rubber Company, Gulfport Shipping Company, Todd Shipping Company, American Bridge Shipyard, Port Adams Shipyard, Bloodworth Bond Shipyard, AMFELS Shipyard/Keppel Offshore and Marine Company, Todd Houston Shipbuilding Corporation, Orange Shipbuilding Company, Southwestern Electric Power Company, Abilene Gas and Electric Company, Aileen, Incorporated, American Public Service Company, Southwestern Public Service Company, West Texas Utilities Company, General Public Utilities Company, E-Z Tight, Incorporated, Hallmark Builders, Incorporated, Producers Grain Company, Robinson Insulation Company, South Plains Pipe Line Company, Southwestern Portland Cement Company, Southwestern Electric Power Company, Southwestern Public Service Company, Thrif-T-Built, Incorporated, Wonder Building Company, General Motors Corporation, Harbison-Walker Refractories, Forest Grove Steam Electric Station, Abm Machinery Company, Austin Electric Railway Company, Austin Street Railway Company, Austin White Mine Company, Central Power & Light Company, Frito Lay Company, Bacliff Steam Electric Station, Nueces Bay Power Station, Decker Creek Power Station, Paint Creek Power Station, Morgan Creek Power Plant, Holly Street Power Plant, Oak Creek Power Plant, Rivercrest Power Plant, Wiles Powerhouse, Bridge City Powerhouse, Lake Bauter Powerhouse, Wilkes Steam Plant, Seaholm Plant, P H Robinson Plant, South Texas Nuclear Plant, Sabine Power Plant, Roland C. Dansby Power Plant, Denton Power Plant, Cedar Bayou Steam Electric Station, Radian Corporation, Naul Plastics Company, JM Odom Company, IBM, Huntsman Corporation, State Farm Insurance Company, Steck Warlick Company, Tom Ferry Company, Houston Lighting & Power Company, Reliant Energy Incorporated, Bay City Dryer Company, Badger Company Incorporated, Dart Industries, Incorporated, FMC Corporation, Rahm and Haas Company, Oxirane Corporation, Scientific Development Company, Inc., Joe Huggins Company, Incorporated, Sun Pipe Lime Company, United States Steel Corporation, United Rubber & Chemical Company, White Supply Company, A.P. Green Fire Brick Company of Texas, American Insulation Company, Inc., Armstrong Contracting & Supply Corporation, Beaumont Confederated Oil & Pipe Line Company, Beaumont Electric Light and Power Company, Bechtel Corporation, Big Three Industries, Inc., Continental Cans Company, Crystal Ice Company, Dresser-Ideco Company, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, East Texas Pulp and Paper Company, Forward Reduction Company, Foster Grand Chemical Company, G. A. Jahn and Company, George A. Burt Refining Company, Gibson Products, Inc., Houston Chemical Company, J T Thorpe Company, J. M. Guffey Petroleum Company, Lasco of Beaumont, Inc., Louisiana Supply Company, Magnolia Petroleum Company, Lone Star and Crescent Oil Company, McFadden-Weiss-Kyle Rice Milling Company, McIntosh Electric, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, PPG Industries, Security Oil Company, Sinclair-Koppers Company, Sun Oil Company, Terra Industries, Inc., Texas Gulf Sulphur Company, Trotti & Thompson, Inc., Velsicol Chemical Corporation, Fina Oil and Chemical Company, Kasch Bros., Inc., Fluor Corporation, Champlin Oil & Refining Company, Hycar Chemical Company, Industrial Insulators, Inc., P. R. Insulation, Ltd., K & K Insulators, Inc., Standish Oil Company, Standard Asbestos Manufacturing & Insulating Company, Entergy Corporation, Gulf State Utilities Company, Gulf Atlantic Warehouse Company, Marathon Oil Company, Ohio and Texas Sugar Company, Peoples Ice and Manufacturing Company, Port Fuel Company, Union Carbide, Carbide Chemical Corporation, U.S. Industrial Chemical Corporation, Sea Garden Sales Shipyard, Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, International Paper Company, Eastern Texas Electric Company, Atlantic Richfield Chemical Company, T E Mercer Trucking, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Dynegy, Inc., Nationwide Boiler Rentals, Inc., Pritchard Company, San Jacinto Chemical Company, Sinclair Petrochemical Company, Col-Tex Refining Company, American Smelting & Refining Company, ASARCO Chemical, Berry Fabricators, Inc., Centex Cement Corporation, Champion Petroleum Company, Coastal Jovolina Inc., Coastal States Petrochemical, Columbia Southern Chemical Corporation, Continental Oil Company, Corpus Christi Refining Company, Delhi Taylor Oil Corporation, Gilman Insulation Company, Great Southern Chemical Corporation, Gulf Belting & Gasket Company, Gulf Compress Company, Langford Company, Nueces Hotel Company, Pontiac Refining Corporation, Reynolds Metals Company, Sheppard Geiger Company, Southern Alkali Corporation, Taylor Refining Company, Terminal Refining Corporation, Thorpe Insulation Company, American Rock Wool Corporation, Corsicana Power and Light Company, Kent Middleton Refining Company, Wolf Brand Products Company, A H Belo and Company, A.F. Holman Boiler Works, Inc., A.P. Green Industies, ACandS, Inc., Acme Insulation & Supply Company, Alamo Manufacturing Company, American Airlines, Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, Lof Field Airport, Angelica Corporation, Aramark Corporation, Armstrong Cork Company, B & B Engineering & Supply Company, C Wallace Plumbing Company, Carpenter Plastering Company, Certain Teed Products Corporation, Chance Vought Corporation, Clevepak Corporation, Coca Cola Company, Continental Supply Company, Corn Products Company, Dallas Dressed Beef and Packing Company, Dallas Electric Light and Power Company, Dallas Linen Supply Company, Dearborne Heater Company, Diamond Alkali Company, Dixie Lead Company, Dominy Heat Treating Company, Dr. Pepper Bottling, Dresser Industries, Inc., Eastman Kodak Company, Empire Insulation & Supply Company, Eugene B. Smith & Company, Exchange Park Company, F. Hollister Company, F.W. Glitsch & Sons, Neiman-Marcus Company, National Lead Company, Murray Rubber Company, Morton Foods, Inc., Lone Star Steel Company, Lone Star Cement Corporation, Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc., Jones Blair Paint Company, J.C. Penney Construction, Iola Portland Cement Company, Industrial Uniform and Towel Company, H.C. Green Floral Company, GAF Corporation, Fuller-Austin Insulation Company, Ferris Brick Company, Oriental Laundry Company, Pamaco, Inc., Peden Iron and Steel Company, Pollock Paper Corporation, Raybestos, Quaker Oats Company, Refractories Supply Company, Rock-Tenn Corporation, Ruberoid Company, Texas Bitulitich Company, Texas Instruments, Inc., Texas Tank, Inc., Tichenor Company, Trinity Cotton Oil Company, United Tile Company, Varel Manufacturing, Verson Manufacturing Company, Williams Davis Boiler Company, Wyatt Industries, Inc., A-B Chemical Corporation, Alamo Industries, Inc., Atofina Petrochemicals, Inc., C.F. Braun & Company, Global Octanes Corporation, Ag Processing, Inc., Coldstream Products Company, Safeway Stores, Inc., WJ Smith Wood Preserving Company, Temple-Eastex, Inc., Temple Inland, Inc., Alamogordo Lumber Company, American Lumber & Treating Corporation, American Smelting & Refinery Company, Asarco, Inc., Copper Queen Construction Mining Company, El Paso Brick Company, El Paso Electric Company, El Paso Milling Company, Ltd., El Paso Natural Gas Company, Falstaff Brewing Corporation, Harry Mitchell Brewing Company, Ingersoll Sergeant Drill Company, International Light and Power Company, Mcnutt Oil Refining, Nichols Copper Company, Pasotex Petroleum Company, Peyton Packing Company, Phelps Dodge Refining Corporation, Southern Paperboard Company, Swift Packing Company, Western Gas Company, Wyler Industrial Works, Spencer Chemical Company, Westvaco Corporation, Meadwestvaco Corporation, American Asphalt Roof Company, Bell Aircraft Corporation, Bell Helicopter Corporation, Broyles & Broyles, Inc., Builders Service Company, Bunge Corporation, Ceramic Cooling Tower Company, E. O. Gene Wood Company, Sid Richardson Carbon Company, Shaver Boiler & Equipment Company, Sears, Roebuck & Company, Premier Oil Refining Company, Minton Rendering Company, Menasco Manufacturing Company, Gorbett Bros Tank Manufacturing Company, General Dynamics Corporation, Fort Worth Poultry & Egg Company, Fort Worth Power and Light Company, Fort Worth Linen Service, Southland Tire and Rubber Company, Specialty Sand & Refractories, Inc., Superior Standard Manufacturing Company, Swift Company, Swift Edible Oil Products Company, Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company, Texas Rolling Mill Company, Texas Steel Company, Thomas Steel Drums, Inc., Traders Compress Company, United Heat Treating Company, Viking Insulation Company, Inc., E.J. Lavino Company, Ethyl-Dow Chemical, Freeport Sulphur Company, IMC Corporation, International Minerals & Chemical, Nalco Chemical Company, Red Barn Chemical, Rhodia, Inc., Shintech, Inc., Amarillo Oil Company, Continental Construction Corporation, West Texas Gas Company, Texoma Natural Gas Company, Amerada Hess Corporation, General American Transportation Corporation, U.S. Gypsum, Brush Electric Light and Power Company, C.S. Burt and Company, Galveston Docks, Galveston Electric Company, Galveston Ice & Cold Storage Company, Old River Rice and Irrigation Company, Todd Galveston Dry Dock, Inc., Texas Rice Milling Company, Standard American Dredging Company, Seaboard Transportation and Shipping Company, Southern Pacific Terminal Company, Rex Steam Laundry, Inc., Refrigeration Service Company, A.M. Lockett and Company, Ltd., Continental Motors Corporation, De Soto Chemical, Seiberling Rubber Company, L.T.V. Corporation, Morten Salt Company, Southern Salt Company, Pennsalt Chemical Company, Atlantic Refining Company, Phalen Tank & Boile Service, H.B. Fountain Sheetmetal & Roofing, Henderson Clay Products, A. O. Smith, Aber Company, Inc., Acoustical Products Company, AMF Tubescope, Inc., Armco Steel Corporation, Atlas-Bradford Company, Astrodome, Astroworld, Aztec Manufacturing Company, Baker Hughes, Barden Electric and Machinery Company, Bas-Tex Corporation, Basis Petroleum, Inc., Bell Telephone, Belmas Company, Bethlehem Steel, Big Three Welding Company, Bigelow Liptak Corporation, Bloomfield Steamship Company, Brazonia Irrigation Company, Carpenter Construction Company, Celotex Corporation, Chaffer Company, Champion International Corporation, Coastal Pipe Company, Clark Aluminum, Commercial Metals Company, Consolidated Chemicals Industries, Inc., Cooper Industries, Dickson Car Wheel Company, Entex Gas Company, Federal Steel Corporation, Foster Wheeler Corporation, G.A. Mosites Company, GAF, General Foods Corporation, Getty Oil Company, Gray Tool Company, Grebe & Doremus Process Company, Gruman Aerospace, Gulf Atlantic Warehouse Company, Pennzoil, Pennwalt Corporation, Parker Brothers Company, Pan Am Refinery Company, P.R. Insulation, Ltd., Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Owens-Corning Supply Corporation, Offenhauser Company, National Linen Service Corporation, National Biscuit Company, Mundet Cork Company, Motor Truck Equipment Company, Mosher Steel Company, Morris A. Knight Company, Mission Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Company, Midwest Piping Company, Merchants and Planters Oil Company, McEboy Company, Maswell House, Mars, Inc., Maritime Oil Company, M. W. Kellogg Company, Lyondell-Citgo, Lummus Company, Liquid Carbonic Corporation, Linde Air Products Company, Lee Construction Company, Lead Products, Inc., La Gloria Corporation, Koppers Company, Inc., Kolker Chemical Company, Kirby Lumber Corporation, Kinzbach Tool Company, Kennecott Copper Corporation, Kennecott Chemical Company, Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, Johns-Manville Sales Corporation, J.A. Folger & Company, J & S Insulators, Inc., ISK Biosciences, Industrial Gunite, Inc., Index Chemical Company, Ideal Cement Company, Hughes Tool Company, Hudson Engineering Corporation, Houston Steel & Concrete, Houston Shipbuilding Corporation, Houston Pipe Line Company, Houston Packing Company, Houston Milling Company, Houston Linen Service Company, Houston Lead Company, Houston Ice and Brewing Company, Houston Gas and Fuel Company, Houston Export Crating Company, Inc., Houston Concrete Products, Houston Compress Company, Hoechst Celanese Corporation, HNG Corporation, Hill Petroleum Company, Har-Con Engineering, Inc., Gulf Printing Company, Gulf Ports Crating Company, Petro-Tex Chemical Corporation, Pfeffer Rice Milling Company, Inc., Philip Carey Manufacturing Company, Phillip Morris, Inc., Phoenix Utility Company, Phosphate Chemical Company, Pilgrim Laundry, Pinnacle Construction Company, Precision Insulation Company, Inc., Pro/Con, Inc., Quality Tubing, Inc., Reed Roller Company, Reed Tool Company, Republic Box Company, Roberts Alloy Welding Corpoartion, S&R Tool & Supply Company, Sabine Industries, Inc., Saxet Carbonic Company, Schlumberger, Sentry Steel & Wire Company, Sheffield Steel Corporation of Texas, Sinclair Rubber, Inc., Southern Pacific Railroad Company, Southern Producing Company, Southline Metal Products Company, Ten-Ten Travis Corporation, Tex-Tube, Inc., Texas Boat Company, Texas Bolt Company, Texas Marine & Industrial Supply Company, Texas Metal Fabricating Company, Theodore Hamm Brewing Company, Thermotics, Inc., Texas Wire & Cable Company, Texas Rubber Company, Tube-Kote, Inc., Udylite Corporation, Uncle Ben’s Food, Inc., Vulcan Materials Company, W. F. Curlee Manufacturing Company, Wanda Petroleum Company, Warrior Construction Company, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Weyerhaeuser Company, Witco Chemical Company, WKM Industries, Wood-Leppard Air Conditioning Company, Uni Oil, Inc., Baeco, Inc., Petroleum Industries, Inc., Texas Gypsum Company, A.C. Miller Lumber Company, Anchor Hocking Glass, Blackburn Syrup Works, Thiokol Chemical Corporation, Boraco Wax Company, East Texas Salt Water Disposal Company, Hercules Gasoline Company, Petrolite Corporation, Southport Petroleum Company, Chemstron Chemicals, Inc., Esco Corporation, Power Systems Engineering, Inc., UpJohn Chemical Company, Textar Corporation, Reilly Tar & Chemical Company, Lone Steel Company, Danciger Oil & Refining, Inc. and Tennessee Eastman Company.

In addition, the following is a non-comprehensive list of Texas military sites with known risks of asbestos exposure: Amarillo Air Force Base, Bergstrom Air Force Base, Corpus Christi Army Depot, Corpus Christi Naval Air Station, Fort Bliss Army Base, Fort Hood, Carswell Air Force Base, Ingleside Naval Station and Laredo Air Force Base.

For the best possible medical treatment for mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 so a member of The Steinberg Law Group can determine which hospital/doctor in our network is most convenient for you.

States with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Oregon, Washington, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine and Connecticut, Florida, Texas and California. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit www.mesotheliomaoptions.com/contact/ now.

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Jewelry Designer Effing Queen Celebrates Impressive Milestone

Effing Queen jewlery

Effing Queen jewlery

Effing Queen jewlery

Effing Queen jewlery

Effing Queen jewlery

The company has sold a whopping 25,000 pieces to date.

Handmade with love, our jewelry is set to help our customers feel confident, express themselves through it, help our customers tell a story, and help our customers feel beautiful and unique”

— Chief Designer and Director of Operations, Jackline

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, July 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Renowned jewelry designer, Effing Queen, is pleased to announce it has recently reached an important milestone – with 25,000 pieces being sold since the company’s inception 4 years ago.

Based in Toronto, Ontario, Effing Queen is a jewelry designer and retailer that creates stunning handmade and handcrafted pieces in-house. The company utilizes a variety of different materials and designs to create its masterpieces, such as wood, beads, soft wires, and even recycled wastepaper. All pieces created by Effing Queen are fun, unique, stylish, and modern to suit the style and taste of any jewelry lover.

In the company’s most recent news, Effing Queen is excited to announce it has sold its 25,000th piece – an incredible milestone for the Canadian company. This impressive milestone speaks to the company’s commitment to providing high-quality and diverse handmade pieces with an African themed flare.

“Our primary goal is to bring handmade jewelry back to fashion, create handmade earrings that stand out, and make earrings that help boost confidence once worn,” says Chief Designer and Director of Operations, Jackline. “Handmade with love, our jewelry is set to help our customers feel confident, express themselves through it, help our customers tell a story, and help our customers feel beautiful and unique. We feel this is why we’ve been so successful in reaching such an important milestone and we couldn’t be more pleased.”

Through its website, customers can browse all of the creations designed and sold by Effing Queen, including:

• Earrings
• Necklaces
• Bangles
• Waist chains
• Ankle bracelets
• Key chains
• Key tags
• And much more!

To the delight of its customers, Effing Queen will also be launching a brand-new line of products in mid-August of this year for the Canadian & United States market. As a result of this game-changing move, all products will now be available for worldwide shipping starting 1st September of this year.

For more information about Effing Queen, or to view the company’s catalogue, please visit https://www.EffingQueen.com or follow them on https://www.instagram.com/EffingQueen & https://www.facebook.com/TheEffingQueen for the latest in handcrafted jewelry.

About Effing Queen

Effing Queen was founded in 2017 by Chief Designer and Director of Operations, Jackline Njeri – a self-taught crafter who is passionate about beautiful handmade jewelry. During the pandemic, Effing Queen has increased its online presence to cater to the ever-increasing number of online shoppers.

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Popopieshop Launched Huge Collection Of Matching Family Outfits For Insta-Addicted Families

Popopieshop recently launched a huge variety of matching outfits for Insta-addicted families.

HONG KONG, CHINA, July 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Popopieshop, a reputable retail store online, recently launched a wide variety of matchy-matchy dresses that are designed keeping in mind all members of a family. As grown-ups not wanting to give up their youth and kids are growing up pretty fast, the owners decided to enable dotting parents and their kids to wear matching family outfits. They told at a recent press conference that these dresses are ideal for capturing the perfect photo moments – something that the parents and kids can upload to their Instagram accounts to become Insta-famous.

"It's not just about creating the perfect photo moments, but matching outfits actually help families to bond away from their mobile screens. Parent-kid twinning has been a trend through the decades, and sibling twinning is also quite popular. Kids dressing up just like their grown-up counterparts, and in a quirky and stylish way is a fun thing to watch. Gender is completely irrelevant here. Mothers can wear sweatshirts and fathers can slip in twinning tees just to twin perfectly with their kids. This kind of moments, if captured and uploaded on social media sites, demand a big shout-out", said a top executive of the company.

"We aimed to design gender-neutral clothes that kids would love as much as their adult counterparts. Many of the matching family outfits are made of washed-out fabrics and come with cool prints. There are designer clothes for kids that are comprehensive in nature and look quite like the mini versions of the dresses designed for their parents. Kids can look trendy and classy on their own, and can wear the perfect matching statement dress just like their parents. This is something that families love as these dresses are fun, trendy, and cost-effective for the entire family", added the executive.

The CEO and managing director of the company, who was also present at a recent press conference, said, "We are trying to bring more variety into the mix. We know there are many parents who want to dress like their kids, and vice versa. For these fashionable families, we are going to roll out many more cute baby clothes and matching family outfits."

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Ninacloak Launched Its New Line Of Asymmetric Trendy Women's Blouses

The online store had the latest developments in women's fashion on its radar, and subsequently launched its own line of blouses that are popular and timeless.

HONG KONG, CHINA, July 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ninacloak, a top-line fashion retail store online which aims to offer designer fashion apparel at affordable prices, recently launched its new line of asymmetric trendy womens blouses. The owners maintained that the asymmetric pattern is timeless and popular. They added that they have just followed the blouse trends of summer 2021 and launched a wide variety of blouses for their patrons to choose from.

"The asymmetric style is the hottest fashion trend at this moment. These asymmetric blouses and tops are a nice way to show off the accessories. The V-neck blouses are especially popular among professional women. It is flattering and versatile, and it accentuates the curves without making them look too heavy or too clingy. This kind of blouse can be paired with trousers, jeans, skirts, shorts and even with tops", said a senior executive of the fashion retail store.
"The multi-layer neckline blouses are also quite popular among women of all ages and professions. These blouses are edgy and flattering. If someone doesn't want to show off their neck, they can also go for spaghetti strap blouses. These are ideal for women who want an enigmatic look. It will make them hot and mysterious looking wherever they go", added the executive.

According to the executive, tops that have cool prints are in vogue now. "We have various types of fun prints, such as bright pink, green, blue and other types of bright colors that are very much in this summer. These women's fashion clothing online products are now available at discounted rates. This is why many of our customers are now ditching the high-street fashion stores and shopping online in search of better deals and discounts. We are committed to meeting their precise demands", the executive signed off.

The CEO of the women's fashion clothing online store, who is a fashion model turned entrepreneur herself, said that the company aims to bring the hottest fashion trends within the reach of their consumers. "We are always trying to bring design innovation to the table. This time as well, we have surprised our patrons in a pleasant way", she quipped.

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Ninacloak is a reputable seller of women's fashion garments and wardrobe essentials.
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Disruptive Technologies Launches Sensor Kit To Inspire Developer-Led Sustainable Solutions

The kit is the easiest and most affordable way for developers to test the plug & play sensor solution

The kit is the easiest and most affordable way for developers to test the plug & play sensor solution

Explore your data with our dashboard (DT Studio) or any other application

Explore your data with our dashboard (DT Studio) or any other application

Peel, stick & test sensors with effortless connectivity

as tiny as a stamp (19x19x2.5mm), weighs just 2 grams, is wireless, and sticks to almost anything with its adhesive backing.

We want to fuel more safe, sustainable and efficient solutions

We want to fuel more safe, sustainable and efficient solutions

How will you use the door and window sensors?

The sensors can be placed anywhere, literally

Starter Kit Enables Developers to Explore and Build Sensor Solutions that will Contribute to a more Efficient and Sustainable World

The kit will allow developers a hassle-free way to validate our technology before integrating the sensors into an upcoming project.”

— Bengt Johannes Lundberg

OSLO, NORWAY, July 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Norwegian technology company, Disruptive Technologies (DT), creator of the world’s smallest commercially available wireless sensors, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Sensor Starter Kit. The kit is the easiest and most affordable way for developers to test the plug & play sensor solution and for DT to enable them to validate new software solutions quickly and efficiently.

Disruptive Technologies created the Starter Kit to help developers disrupt and fuel sensor solutions that will contribute to a more efficient, sustainable, and safe world. The hardware and infrastructure are built into the kit and it enables developers to test and build great things.

The kit will allow users to test the complete DT sensor solution and includes 5 sensors (temperature, proximity, touch, humidity, water), a 4G/LTE Cloud Connector, the DT web app (Studio), as well as detailed developer documentation. The sensors stick anywhere and last up to 15 years and can be added to an application in an instant with integration via webhooks or a full REST API. With the new kit, developers will be able to explore use cases and validate the technology.

DT’s sensor solution is currently being used to make buildings more efficient and sustainable, in applications like remote monitoring, cold storage (food and beverage, hospitality, pharmacies), occupancy (rooms, desks), energy optimization, smart cleaning, and health and well-being. The sensors have also been previously applied within the energy sector and manufacturing & warehousing. Other examples touch on the area of safety and security, with alerts for open doors & windows, personalized notifications with touch buttons, and alerts for water leaks.

“We want to empower disruptive solutions for a more sustainable world and we are thrilled to be offering our groundbreaking sensors in our Sensor Starter Kit to developers everywhere.” said Bengt Johannes Lundberg, CEO of DT, “The kit will allow developers a hassle-free way to validate our technology before integrating the sensors into an upcoming project. Developers are now able to test, explore, and have confidence in our solution and tiny sensors, empowering them to think bigger with smaller. There is no setup or pairing required and all documentation and pricing are open and public, which we know is important.”

The cost of the kit is 6499 NOK / 669 EUR / 579 GBP / 649 USD and includes a one-year subscription for all the sensors and Cloud Connector.

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String Wound Filter Materials Market Growth Is Driven By The Increasing Need For Wastewater Treatment

String Wound Filter Materials  Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

String Wound Filter Materials Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

The Business Research Company’s String Wound Filter Materials Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, July 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The increasing need for wastewater treatment is expected to fuel the growth of the string wound filter materials market in the forecast period. Wastewater treatment is the method of removing pollutants from wastewater or sewage and converting it to an effluent that can be added to the water supply with minimal environmental effects. String wound filter materials are prevalent and highly effective in wastewater treatment. String wound water filters are a form of depth filter that traps dirt not only on the surface but down to the center. For instance, according to a 2019 study from the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment, and Health, about 52% of wastewater is treated worldwide, which is expected to increase further in the forecast period. Therefore, the increasing need for wastewater treatment drives the growth of the string wound filter materials market.

Asia Pacific was the largest region in the string wound filter materials market in 2020. The regions covered in the string wound filter materials market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, and Africa.

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The global string wound filter materials market size is expected to grow from $1.28 billion in 2020 to $1.33 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.85%. The growth in the string wound filter materials market is mainly due to the growing environmental consciousness which is expected to drive the demand for string wound filter materials. The market is expected to reach $1.67 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 5.95%.

Major players in the string wound filter materials industry are Johns Manville, MMP Filtration, Shanghai Melko Filtration Co. Ltd., Coleman Filter Company, Delta Pure Filtration, Cleanflow Filter Solution, Eaton, Feature-Tec, Gopani Product Systems, Hongtek Filtration, and United Filters International (UFI).

The main types of yarn in the string wound filter materials market include polypropylene, cotton, rayon, polyester, and others. The different core materials include polypropylene, stainless steel, others and are implemented in different verticals such as chemicals and petrochemicals, water and wastewater treatment, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and medical, food and beverage, and others.

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Connecticut-Based Book Artist and Composer Elise Lerner Launches New Website

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Elise Lerner, Connecticut-Based Book Artist and Composer

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“LP Diary” is a memoir imbedded within music. Its pages consist of old records from my collection; Carol King-Tapestry, Joan Armatrading, Roxy Music, – Avalon, Suzanne Vega and James Taylor-Walking Man, that make up impressionable memories of a particular meaning.

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“Daily Thread” – A miniature one-off paper ephemera that comes with an accompanying fortune.

Selected Zine, Ephemera, and Artist Book Collections to be Exhibited at Jeffrey Hirst Studio inside Bridgeport Arts Center in Chicago from July 23-August 21

Capturing life’s vignettes, my art is a butterfly net of colors, experiences, and emotions…using the mediums of book art and music…to invite a rich sensory experience of touch, vision, and sound.”

— Elise Lerner

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nationally Respected Multi-Media Book Artist & Songwriter Elise Lerner is pleased to announce the launch of her newly designed website.

One of the US’s innovative creatives, Elise integrates vision, language and sound, which form the combination of her passions as an artist and songwriter. In the book arts, she explores alternative forms of the codex and breaking the boundaries of what a book is and can be. Using materials such as acetate, wire mesh, machine embroidery and digital prints – often in combination, her work gravitates between two and three dimensions. Conceptually it addresses the intimate aspects of storytelling such as existential thoughts, body image, one’s place in the world – always from a female perspective and the struggles that accompany this.

“Elise’s one of a kind, truly intimate artist books take you on an exploratory road trip, post-Kerouac that ebbs, flows, and intermingles a variety of actual silk threaded lines that traverse an internal landscape often mixed with images and stories that reflect humor, pain and the absurdity of life,” Suzan Shutan, sculptor and installation artist says.

Elise’s “Zines, Memes, One Off’s, Limited Editions and Sewn Parables” map new aesthetic territory through the innovative use of paper, plastic, thread and LP vinyl. Via the medium of ephemera, fiber and textile art, “Enigmas and Commentary” meditates on the ethos and lore of relationships, vulnerability, and the vagaries of life.

The newest chapter in Elise’s work, is her line of “Daily Threads”, miniature handmade one-off’s each of which comes with an accompanying fortune. It is a wildcard purchase in which you must trust that what you receive is what is intended for you. The rich and tactile surface of each unique book uses the sewn line as a narrative to capture a fleeting thought, demonstrating the intuitive thread connecting the artist and the audience.

“Capturing life’s vignettes, my art is a butterfly net of vibrant colors, experiences, and emotions,” Elise says. “I am a storyteller who philosophizes the world with poignancy and comic relief. Using the mediums of book art and music composition, I integrate these elements to invite a rich sensory experience of touch, vision, and sound.”

Elise will be exhibiting her experimental encaustic drawings from July 23-August 21 in Gallery 3 in a group show of work created at the Jeffrey Hirst Studio inside Bridgeport Arts Center in Chicago, located at 1200 W 35th St, Chicago, IL 60609. The opening is Friday July 23, from 7PM-9PM.

Elise’s selected works are available for purchase on her website at www.eliselerner.com

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Wyoming Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm

Being exposed to and inhaling just one fiber of asbestos is enough to cause mesothelioma and/or other asbestos-related illnesses to develop decades later.

A mixture of asbestos and cement was used to produce roof shingles for decades throughout the twentieth century.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Wyoming Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

CHEYENNE, WYOMING, USA, July 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Wyoming is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Wyoming has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2020 were exposed decades ago.

Wyoming’s reliance on the oil, power generation, mining, vermiculite and chemical industries is a major cause for concern for residents of the state. Additionally, Wyoming has twelve known asbestos occurrences, which may explain why Wyoming’s mesothelioma mortality rate is one of the highest in the nation. Natrona and Laramie counties have experienced the most issues with asbestos-related illnesses while Casper Mountain and Laramie Mountain were sites of commercial asbestos mining until the early 1920s.

Known jobsites, companies and locations with asbestos exposure in Wyoming include, but are not limited to, W.R. Grace, Casper Mountain deposit, Laramie Mountain deposit, Brown Bear deposit, Smith Creek deposit, Beaver Creek deposit, Fire King deposit, Frontier Refining Company, Frontier Supply Company, Amoco Oil Company, Husky Oil Company, Investors Oil Company, White Eagle Oil Corporation, Sinclair Oil Company, Sinclair Refining Company, Consumer Oil & Refining Company, Fargo Oil Company, Continental Oil Company, Empire State Oil Company, Mutual Oil Company, Pan American Petroleum Corporation, Colorado Oil & Gas, Standard Oil Company, Cambria Fuel Company, Midwest Refining Company, Utah Oil Refining Company, El Paso Natural Gas Company, Wyoming Refining, Producers and Refiners Corporation, Mobil Oil Company, Exxon, Texaco, Chevron, FMC Corporation, California Pipeline Company, Forest Products Treating Company, Monolith Portland Midwest Company, Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation, Stanolind Pipe Line Company, T.W. Boyer, University of Wyoming, Wyoming State Hospital, Hot Springs Light and Power Company, Lander Electric, Light and Power Company, Black Hills Power and Light Company, Pacific Power & Light Company, Hot Springs Light and Power Company, Mountain States Power Company, Natrona County Electric Company, West Virginia Power Company, Buffalo Northwest Electric Company, Glen Rock Powerhouse, Salt Creek Central Power Station, Laramie River Power Plant, Allied Chemical Company, Stauffer Chemical Company, San Francisco Chemical Company, Wycon Chemical Plant, Wyco Chemical Company, Montana-Dakota Utilities Company, Northern Utilities Company, Wyoming Coal and Iron Company, Casper Supply Company, Construction Specialties Company, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company, Petrotomics Company, Union Tank Car Company, Plateau Supply Company, Sheet Metal Products Company, Union Pacific Railroad Company, Union Pacific Coal Company, Diamond Coal and Coke Company, Gebo Coal Company, Owl Creek Coal Company, Wyodak Coal and Manufacturing Company, Teapot Coal Company, Kemmerer Coal Company, Lion Coal Company, Black Hills Power Incorporated, Penn Wyoming Copper Company, S & H Construction Company, Becker Brewing & Malting Company, Cabot Carbon Company, Jefferson Lake Sulphur Company, Kaiser Engineers, Incorporated, J. W. Denio Milling Company, Perkins Power Company, Sheridan County Electric Company, Sheridan Sugar Company, Holly Sugar Corporation, Great Western Sugar Company, Wyoming Sugar Company, Pure Oil Company, Texas Gulf Sulphur Company, Boise Cascade Kraft Corporation, Homestead Mining Company and the F.E. Warren Air Force Base.

For the best possible medical treatment for mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 so a member of The Steinberg Law Group can determine which hospital/doctor in our network is most convenient for you.

States with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Oregon, Washington, Louisiana, Minnesota, North Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine and Connecticut, Florida, Texas and California. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit www.mesotheliomaoptions.com/contact/ now.

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