Всяка година Литературният фестивал Пловдив чете обръща специално внимание на децата и младежите.

За тях сме подготвили:

 • ЛИТЕРАТУРЕН КЪТ • СРЕЩИ • ЧИТАЛНЯ

„Четем на глас“ откъси от избрани книги от номинираните заглавия за Национална награда „Бисерче вълшебно“ на фондация „Детски книги“. Четат доброволците на Пловдив чете.

Книгите са предоставени от фонда на детски отдел на НБ „Иван Вазов“. 

Всеки ден от 19 до 25 юни I 16:45-17:00

19 ЮНИ (ПОНЕДЕЛНИК)

10:30 I Театър с пръсти „Бай Ганьо по света“ с учениците от 8 бклас на Националната гимназия за сценични и екранни изкуства. 

Режисьор: Даниел Русев. Озвучаване: Нестор Юруков. Художествено осветление: Ива Русева, Петя Каназирска

15:30 I Среща с Мария Цикалова и нейната книга „Рали и малкият голям герой“

Книгата подкрепя кауза на Фондация „Нашите недоносени деца“

17:30 I Работилница за 3D мишлета по книгата „Мишките отиват на опера“ на Мария Донева

Водещ: Мария Петрова

18:30 | Моузес Налока от първо лице разказва за своите житейските приключения и предизвикателства, които вдъхновяват написването на книгата ПОВЕЧЕ. Бъди повече, давай повече. Моузес ще открехне вратата към темата за ограничаващите убеждения, които са сред основните източници на нашите проблеми, и ще предложи подходи за справяне с тях и техники, които можете да приложите в ежедневието си, за да подобрите качеството на живота си.

Организатор: Издателство „Кибеа“

20 ЮНИ (ВТОРНИК)

10:30 I „Денят, в който пастелите си тръгнаха“ – четене, измисляне и рисуване с пастели 

15:30 I Работилница „Да се запознаем с глаголицата“ с водещ Таня Рейн

17:30 I Послание за Туве – игра за малки откриватели, базирана на муминската поредица на Туве Янсон. Водещ: Гергана Димитрова 

21 ЮНИ (СРЯДА)

10:30 I ДГ „Зора“: Среща с Яна Иванова, автор на книжката „Врява в горската дъбрава“ 

15:30 I Журналистически клуб към СУ „Димитър Матевски“ представя новия брой на училищния вестник „Любознайко“

17:30 I „Библиотерапия –  да се лекуваме, докато четем“ с водещ психолога Минчо Николов. С участието на Френската езикова гимназия „Антоан дьо Сент–Екзюпери“

22 ЮНИ (ЧЕТВЪРТЪК) 

10:30 I „Отговори без въпроси“ – игри с актьора Васил Караманлиев

16:30 I Работилница „Zen Seeing – Zen Drawing: Виждаме Дзен – Рисуваме Дзен“ с водещ 

д-р Стефания Димитрова и представяне на книгата „Когато белият жерав разтвори крилете си“

Организатори: Издателство „Алфа-Омега“ и Фондация „Мадара“

18:00 I Потапяне в света на глухите и жестовия език с романа „Честно казано“ от Сара Нович – със специалното участие на представители на РО на глухите – Пловдив.

Знаете ли, че жестовият език е различен във всяка страна? Искате ли да разберете повече за живота на глухите у нас и по света? „Честно казано“ от Сара Нович е една история за приятелство, съзряване, любов и силата на общността, в която ще намерите отговорите на тези и още много въпроси, опознавайки света на глухите. Потопете се в романа заедно с нас!

По време на събитието ще бъде осигурен превод от и на български жестов език.

Организатор: Издателство „Лемур“

23 ЮНИ (ПЕТЪК)

10:30 I Рисуваме заедно – шарено ателие с Мария Петрова 

15:30 I „Да нарисуваме велоцираптор“ – работилница по палеоарт на Националния природонаучен музей при БАН. Научете повече за живота и отличителните белези на велоцираптора и създайте своята първа научна илюстрация.

Водещ: Владимир Николов –  палеонтолог и палеоилюстратор, докторант в НПМ-БАН 

Вход свободен. Допускат се до 15 участници (12+)

17:30 I Работилницата на мечока Дърабъра с Петя Кокудева

Обувки за срамежливци. Разтегателна събота. Мармалад срещу стрес от говорене пред публика. Компас за изгубено настроение… Ако не сте чували за тези изобретения, предстои ви вълнуваща среща! 

Книгата е част от поредицата Клуб „Търсачи на истории“ на Издателство „Мармот“. Серията е вдъхновена от най-големите откриватели на истории, които познаваме – децата. В нея каним български писатели и илюстратори. Тяхното умение да разказват с думи и цвят правят всяка книга различна. А на децата им предстоят интересни пътувания, приключения и познанства.

24 ЮНИ (СЪБОТА)

10:30 I „Шарени сапунени балони“  –  четене и измисляне на приказки с Иванка Могилска

14:00 I Как приказката „оживява“ в камишибай театър със Светла Божилова

17:30 I Паулина Гегова и Виделина Гендова в Литературно соаре представят по артистичен начин текстове на едни от най-добрите български сатирици и хумористи  – Чудомир, Елин Пелин, Радичков, Страшимиров и други.

25 ЮНИ (НЕДЕЛЯ)

10:30 I Българска Фалун Дафа асоциация представя „Приказка за лотоса“ с автор Людмила Орел и художник Екатерина Бабок (Украйна)

Модератор: Катя Калфова

14:00 I Нели Маргаритова разказва за книжката „Приказки за чуруликане“ с участието на Светла Божилова

15:30 I Вълненоритъмна живопис в приказна форма 

Докато Светла Чиракова рисува с фини влакънца от вълна, нарича картините си с красиви думи, послания, истории за сбъдване на желания, за успех, за любов. По този необикновен начин възниква и първата ѝ книжка „Oмагьосана приказка“, чиито главни герои тя ще представи пред малки и големи.

Програмата може да претърпи промени!

Всички възникнали промeни се отразяват на страницата на фестивала: plovdivchete.com.

Всички събития се провеждат на открито в Литературния кът на площад Централен

 

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    Aluminum scrap recycling plays a vital role in the circular economy by reducing waste and conserving valuable resources. As the demand for aluminum continues to grow, the recycling industry has become increasingly important in meeting this demand while minimizing environmental impact. In this article, we will explore the various aspects of aluminum scrap recycling, including the process, benefits, and market trends. Aluminum scrap refers to any discarded aluminum products or materials that can be recycled. This can include beverage cans, car parts, electronics, construction materials, and more. Recycling aluminum scrap not only helps to conserve energy but also reduces the need for mining and extraction of new aluminum, which has significant environmental and social impacts, including deforestation, habitat destruction, and greenhouse gas emissions. The process of aluminum scrap recycling involves several stages. First, the aluminum scrap is collected and sorted to remove any non-aluminum materials such as plastic or paper. Once sorted, the scrap is shredded or crushed into smaller pieces and subjected to further separation techniques, including magnetic separation, eddy current separation, and electrostatic separation. These processes help to separate the aluminum from other materials, allowing for efficient recycling. Once the aluminum scrap has been separated and cleaned, it is melted in a furnace at high temperatures. The molten aluminum is then cast into various shapes, depending on the desired end product. The recycled aluminum can be used to make new cans, car parts, building materials, or even airplanes. The quality of recycled aluminum is comparable to that of primary aluminum, making it a highly desirable material for manufacturers. The benefits of aluminum scrap recycling are numerous. Firstly, recycling aluminum requires significantly less energy compared to producing primary aluminum from raw materials. It is estimated that recycling aluminum saves around 95% of the energy needed to produce aluminum from bauxite ore. Additionally, recycling aluminum reduces greenhouse gas emissions and water pollution associated with the mining and extraction of new aluminum. Aluminum scrap recycling also has economic benefits. The aluminum scrap market is highly dynamic, with prices fluctuating based on supply and demand. Scrap metal recycling prices, including aluminum scrap, can vary widely depending on factors such as location, market conditions, and quality of the scrap. Therefore, it is essential to find a reputable and reliable aluminum scrap yard or recycling center when selling aluminum scrap. Clean aluminum scrap, which does not contain any contaminants or other metals, typically commands a higher price compared to mixed or contaminated aluminum scrap. Aluminum alloy scrap, which consists of various aluminum alloys, may also have different pricing depending on the specific alloy and its demand in the market. Market trends in aluminum scrap recycling indicate a steady growth in demand. The increasing popularity of aluminum as a lightweight and versatile material in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, and construction, has led to a surge in demand for recycled aluminum. This, in turn, has prompted manufacturers to invest in innovative technologies and processes to increase the efficiency and quality of aluminum scrap recycling. Government regulations and incentives have also played a significant role in promoting aluminum scrap recycling. Many countries have implemented recycling targets and policies to encourage the recycling of aluminum and other metals. Additionally, tax incentives and subsidies may be offered to recyclers, further driving the growth of the aluminum scrap recycling industry. In conclusion, aluminum scrap recycling is a crucial component of the circular economy. By recycling aluminum scrap, we can conserve energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and minimize the environmental impact of aluminum production. The market for aluminum scrap is dynamic, with prices varying based on quality, location, and market conditions. As demand for recycled aluminum continues to grow, the industry is evolving with new technologies and government support, making aluminum scrap recycling an attractive and sustainable option for manufacturers and recyclers

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    The Importance and Benefits of Aluminum Scrap Recycling

    Aluminum scrap, also known as scrap aluminum, refers to discarded aluminum products or materials that can be recycled to extract valuable aluminum. Recycling aluminum scrap not only helps reduce waste going to landfills but also conserves energy, saves resources, and minimizes greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, aluminum recycling has significant economic implications, mainly driven by the fluctuating market prices of aluminum and the demand for recycled aluminum. Aluminum scrap recycling has gained significant traction in recent years due to its sustainability and economic benefits. The process of aluminum scrap recycling involves collecting, sorting, cleaning, and melting the scrap to produce secondary aluminum. This secondary aluminum can then be used in various industries, including automotive, construction, packaging, and electronics. One of the key factors influencing the aluminum scrap recycling industry is the price of aluminum scrap. Scrap metal recycling prices, including the price of aluminum scrap, are determined by various factors, such as market demand, global supply, and the quality of the scrap. The price of aluminum scrap fluctuates based on these factors, making it essential for recycling companies and aluminum scrap yards to stay updated on market trends. Clean aluminum scrap, which refers to uncontaminated or pure aluminum scraps, often commands higher prices compared to mixed or contaminated scrap. The prices of clean aluminum scrap are influenced by factors like aluminum alloy type, size, weight, and overall quality. For businesses or individuals looking to recycle aluminum scrap, it is crucial to consider the cleanliness and quality of the scrap to maximize its value. In addition to the price factor, aluminum scrap recycling has a significant impact on the environment. Aluminum recycling requires only a fraction of the energy needed to produce primary aluminum from raw materials. By recycling aluminum scrap, it is estimated that energy consumption can be reduced by up to 95% compared to primary aluminum production. The environmental benefits of aluminum scrap recycling extend beyond energy savings. Aluminum production from recycled scrap reduces greenhouse gas emissions by around 95% and helps conserve natural resources. The extraction and processing of bauxite, the primary source of aluminum, are known to cause deforestation and habitat destruction. By recycling aluminum scrap, the need for bauxite mining is reduced, thus mitigating these environmental impacts. Moreover, aluminum scrap recycling helps create employment opportunities and contributes to the local economy. The recycling industry, including aluminum scrap yards and processing facilities, requires a skilled workforce to handle collection, sorting, and processing operations. This stimulates economic growth and can have a positive social impact on communities by providing sustainable employment options. As the demand for sustainable practices increases, aluminum scrap recycling plays a vital role in achieving environmental and economic goals. With advancements in recycling technologies, the recycling rates for aluminum have been steadily increasing. However, there is still a vast potential for increased recycling, as not all aluminum scrap is currently being recycled. To conclude, aluminum scrap recycling offers numerous environmental and economic benefits. By recycling aluminum scrap, we can conserve energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and minimize reliance on primary aluminum production. The fluctuating price of aluminum scrap and its various forms require careful consideration to maximize value. As the world moves towards a circular economy, aluminum scrap recycling will play a crucial role in achieving sustainability goals while reducing waste and preserving our natural resources

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