Translucent Faraon Onyx Marble Slabs Countertops Table Top Tiles
Competitive price and superior quality
Supply ability: 28000 square meters per month
Various stone colors and sizes available
Stone types: marble, granite, onyx, tiles, slabs, countertops, etc
Application: commercial, residential
Faraon Onyx Marble Slabs Countertops Table Top Tiles
Regular sizes: Tiles: 300mm x 300mm or (12" x 12"), 400mm x 400mm or (16" x 16"), 457mm x 457mm or (18" x 18"), 300mm x 600mm or (12" x 24") 600mm x 600mm or (24" x 24") Slabs: (1800mm - 3200mm) x (600mm - 2200mm) Countertops: 96" × 26", 108" × 26", 96" x 16", 72" x 36" 76" x 36" Vanity Tops: 25" x 22", 31" x 22", 37" x 22", 49" x 22", 61" x 22" Thickness: 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 23mm, 25mm, 30mm, 50mm, 100mm, etc. Customized sizes are available according to your request.
Packaging and Shipping for Faraon Onyx Marble Slabs Countertops Table Top Tiles
Packed in strong wooden crate or bundles, all wood is fumigated as per current international requirements ISPM15. Details as following,
Slabs: pad with plastic film between slabs, then packed in strong seaworthy wooden bundle outside;
Tiles: 6-10 pieces in one foam/paper box inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Countertops: pad with foamed plastics, then packed in fumigated wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside;
Sink/Mosaic/Cut-to-size: foam and carton inside + strong seaworthy wooden crates, reinforced with metal straps outside.
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One and a half years later, the situation has not improved significantly. A truckload of vehicles dragged abandoned dumps down the hill. A Fujian-born quarryman Lin Yuzhi (a pseudonym) said that the wages for pulling a day's scrap are 400 yuan. Yuan Zhilin, chief of the Department of Geology and Mineral Resources of the Macheng Land Bureau, admits: Scraps are going down, and the freight rate is higher, and it costs more than 100 yuan per cubic meter. "So they will first find a place to pile." So many abandoned stone, causing serious pressure mining, will not cause waste of resources? Yuan Zhilin believes that “when they want to dig down, they will clean up.” Yuan Zhilin said that the Bureau is already considering setting up a centralized waste dumping area. In addition, “We have also collected hundreds of thousands of yuan in mining recovery deposits. For the hidden dangers of mudslides and waste slag pressure, Liu Yicai, the director of the Macheng Environmental Protection Bureau, believes that “to prevent” and “to clean up”. However, he said, “Recover vegetation? It is not necessary. This mountain must be dug.” According to the section chief of Qucheng, the city’s industrial economics union, the Baiyashan mining area covers an area of 60 square kilometers. Proven reserves have reached 5 billion cubic meters, and “it can be mined for 50 years according to the existing scale.” The reporter saw in Hujiadong that the dumping waste on the hill was suspended on the top of 11 households, and some large rocks had already been rolled. Fall to the villagers' fields. Governance Macheng Environmental Protection Bureau: To do so has been very hard for the ecological destruction and environmental pollution caused by stone development, causing local people to react strongly. Liu Yicai, director of the Macheng Environmental Protection Bureau, said that the EPA has been working. In September 2009, the bureau teamed up with universities in Wuhan and the Hubei Provincial Academy of Environmental Sciences to carry out an environmental impact assessment for each processing area, and then “tell each manufacturer what to do”: the sedimentation tanks should be built to specifications, and the noise should be Soundproofing...
In order to reduce dust and disturb the people, the Bureau also intends to allocate a sprinkler to each stone industrial area. In addition, the EPA introduced a Huison Building Materials company, an environmentally friendly brick, in 2009 to digest part of tailings. However, Liu Yicai also frankly stated: “So far there are still some manufacturers who have not built sedimentation tanks according to the regulations. The phenomenon of illegal discharge has also been banned for many times.” It is said that the inspection staff of the Bureau will go into the mountains every time it rains, “grab the current”, and work until midnight. At the clock. The fine stone company that dug up the sewers during the rainy night was fined up to a fine of 50,000. "There were two or three hundred thousand punishments in 2009," said Liu Yicai. He believes that the reason for repeated violations is that "the penalty is not enough, and the illegal cost is not enough to make them hurt." Professor Pan Zhanchang of the Guangdong University of Technology, said: Due to technical limitations and insufficient investment funds, the sewage treatment tanks of stone processing plants are often not settled in place. Recycling of wastewater will exacerbate the wear of the cutting machine. "This may be the manufacturer's evacuation of wastewater. The main reason.” “The EPA has done this very hard. We have only such power: to ask for a request, a fine, and at most to ask the municipal government to stop the power supply to the manufacturers.” Liu Yicai said that these measures have no effect.
Fang Yunyang, a villager, is also helpless. He said that in two to three years, as long as he reported to the environmental protection department, the law enforcement officers would come to a fine and they would be fined. The manufacturers continued to steal. The saying "water pollution is actually not so serious"? Although villagers are generally worried that the deterioration of water quality in Daxie Reservoir and Maxi River will affect health, the monitoring of water quality of these two units by relevant departments has been lacking. The Macheng Environmental Protection Bureau provided a monitoring report on the Dagu reservoir water samples in July 2009. The reporter requested to provide data for comparison between 2008 and 2010, but was informed that there was no monitoring data. Zhang Xiangyang, chief engineer of the Bureau, said that there has never been any monitoring of the water quality of the Maxi River. "Because it is not a source of drinking water." Zhang Xiangyang believes that water pollution is not so serious. “It just makes the people feel uncomfortable. The stone powder in the waste water is a physical pollution, and there is no problem in sedimenting.” In this regard, Professor Pan Zhanchang pointed out that the stone powder in the waste water is very fine and has become colloidal and will not precipitate automatically.