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So first things first I was working on my thesis regarding true costs accounting for coffee production but with the recent unrest in Ethiopia data collection has come to a (temporary) stop. Hence, I found myself with too much time on my hands, so what better way to create an event for all the people here at steamgifts.
Now on to the event and how it works, every once in a while (when I get my hands on enough keys) I will be making a small conveyor belt, #it is not a train, of shovelware and negatively reviewed games I don’t expect anyone to actually play these games.
Each game on the conveyor belt will be properly disposed of in the brand new recycling plant, where the waste will be converted into new materials and objects. The recyclability of the materials depends on its ability to reacquire the properties it had in its virgin or original state, in short each game will represent a certain amount of recycled materials. The recycled materials will be used to create a “new” product don’t expect too much of it, after all recycling is still a difficult process that often results in a downgraded quality as compared to the original material that you will have to put together it’s a jigidi.
We have now formally opened and will be acepting visitors for the comming week. All entrants will have a chance to win a ticket for a tour around our property it’s not too hard to win a ticket for the tour all you have to do is answer three questions.
While most areas are accessible for all participants some areas will require a higher clearance level for now all areas are can be entered with a lvl 2 clearance
Disclaimer, all rights reserved to our Unrenowned manager.
Edit: While I do think I have been quite generous with the hints, most people still seem to have a hard time solving the questions.
Hint 1: Since most people appear to have trouble with the third question I am going to say it consist of four words, also you might want to pay close attention to the peculiar way the question is phrased.
Hint 2: I am pretty sure it's not about a certain regional policy (given that there might be some exceptions), it has more to do with the intrinsic characteristics of the materials (think about it from the recyclability point of view).
Hint 3: If this or this doesn't do it for the third questions I am not sure what will, maybe this.
Also I don't want to sound rude but, if you are unable to come up with the answers I would suggest Google for it. It shouldn’t really take you more than 15 minutes to find all the answers (given that you have unlocked the hints). I have used different search terms (only the information available up till now was used), different search engines and switched my vpn around the world and yes I removed my cookies after each search
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Wooo I finally solved it!!! ... I was only one word away in the last question omg
Hints were helpful but train didn't even started yet lol
Finally solved it after almost four hours
Took me ages but I finally tried Q3 with an article in front of it. Might be a good idea to also make it correct without the article?
Interesting topic though!
Thank you! I was stuck for so long and didn't think of that.
Just an update to let people know that the scrapyard and recycling plant is officially opened and that we will be accepting visitors for the coming week.
Also I big thank you to 1stCheater for adding a few more items to the conveyor belt!
Tried 100+ different answers combinations for question 3 but all were wrong :P
Solved bump, Q3 took a few tries, but I will say the hints were perfectly reasonable! Thanks!
Bump and meow
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle. We're living in the future!
Small brain waiting for hints
Bump for solved
Q3 it's difficult for me in France we put it on the trash bin, or call TerraCycle now
Yeah the terracycle projects look great (but not yet as widely available as one would have hoped). I looked for something that is generally available worldwide, well as long as there is a waste disposal service.
Bump for solved! (Keep in mind with a VPN: your OS language, browser language and/or time zone can change your search results)
bump for (not) solved!
Still stuck on Q3 but maybe it's because my country doesn't have recycling ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Bump for solved!
Yeah, I'm not getting #3, either. I get that it's the "general" name for something, but...I've tried replacing the name with every word I can think of, based upon what you're allowed to do with these things in various countries (BTW, in some countries, you can do one thing with the first thing listed, and another with the second thing listed, so that makes it even more confusing), but everything I've put in is still wrong.
I've googled it, but that made it worse for the reasons above. 😆🤣
Kind of confused about #3 to be honest. Tried many different types of words both related to the ith hint and hints in the discussion. Maybe I just don't understand what the 4 words are meant to be exactly, but two of those words I just assumed based on the question's writing, although I don't really know if that was correct or not.
bump for education
Bump for solve~!
no.3 is a bit hard hint was helpful
Just a small update I went ahead and added some variations to the third question, wasn't aware you could add more than one answer to the question when made the puzzle, just keep in mind that some of the hints won't be applicable to them.
Thank you for this adjustment. :)
Thank you :) Now my answers are the good ones :)
I'm curious. What were the right answers in the end for q3 that you accepted?
Sure thing, the original answer was: "The general waste bin"
All answers added later:
A general waste bin
A residual waste bin
A garbage bin
A rubbish bin
A terracycle box
A trash can
General waste bin
Residual waste bin
TerraCycle zero waste boxes
Zero Waste Box
Zero waste box
Funny how many possibilities there are for something that simple...I had a lot of answers but none of the above.😁