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About deletion request
Hello, E8! I made two files' deletion requests on June 18.  I uploaded the two images to the Wikimedia Commons. Now I want it to be deleted. However, I noticed you skipped the two files when deleting files on the request list. Please help me delete them. Thank you! AlexHe34 (talk) 11:27, 19 June 2010 (UTC)
Thermal Depolymerisation (TDP) article
In the article on TDP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermal_depolymerization), you reverted a change I made. As I recall, my addition was that carbon dioxide was not a polymer, and therefore could not be processed by TDP.
Why does my addition constitute vandalism? Why was it an "unconstructive edit"?
It seems to me, that the article in question should be split into two - one for TDP and another for the company called Changing World Technologies, as there appears nothing wrong with the process itself and associating it with an apparently failed company may be counter-productive.
By the way, my name is Alan Erskine and I can be contacted at alan.erskine1(at)bigpond.com
- Your edit was poorly written and contributed nothing new to the page; the terms "vandalism" and "unconstructive" are added via standard reversion templates. Also note that there already exists separate pages for CWT and TDP. Aside, you should have commented on the Wikipedia Talk page associated with the content (not my Wikimedia Commons Talk page).--E8 (talk) 18:42, 10 April 2011 (UTC)