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Plastic Pollution – Single Use Plastic
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Plastic is an essential material in our society. It’s very cheap and has wide variety of applications in many products such as toothbrushes, credit cards, cosmetic bottles, cars, materials of packaging etc. But plastic pollution is becoming one of the most urgent environment issues in the world, especially in developing Asian and Africa nations. In

solar energy system
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Solar energy definition Solar energy is one of essential sources of renewable energy that comes from the sun, in the form of heat and light. Solar energy is created by nuclear fusion that takes place in the sun.  It can be converted into heat energy and electricity. In the 21st century, solar energy is expected

STYROFOAM RECYCLING
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What is Styrofoam? Styrofoam is a trademarked brand covers a range of extruded polystyrene foam, commonly called “Blue Board”, manufactured as foam continuous building insulation board used in walls, roofs, and foundations as thermal insulation and water resistance. It’s owned and manufactured by The Dow Chemical Company. The word “Styrofoam” is generally used to describe material made of polystyrene foam with white color.

Plant Trees To Protect Our Planet
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Why people plant trees Planting trees is one of the easiest and the most powerful things you can do to have positive impacts on the environment. When you plant a tree, you are giving your next generation a very special gift. It is more sustainable than any other gifts because of the below benefits: Air:

greenhouse gases
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What are greenhouse gases? Many chemical compounds in the atmosphere act as greenhouse gases. These gases allow sunlight (shortwave radiation) to freely pass through the Earth’s atmosphere and heat the land and oceans. The warmed Earth releases this heat in the form of infrared light (longwave radiation), invisible to human eyes. Some of the infrared

natural lifestyles
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Why Should You Care About Eco friendly lifestyle? Our planet is facing different environmental issues and these have a significant impact in our daily lives. Resources in this planet come in limited amounts and there are increasingly more people using them. If we want the future generations to have the privilege of enjoying a comfortable

toothpaste tube recycling
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What are the problems of toothpaste tubes? Traditional toothpaste tubes are made up of various types of plastic and a thin layer of aluminum. Both materials if they are separately, they can be recycled easily. But with the current designs, they are become challenging for waste treatment plants to recycle. Because plastic isn’t biodegradable in

eco friendly bamboo products
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Bamboo is a type of grass and is the fastest growing plant in the world. Bamboo growth rate is up to 91 cm (35 in) per day or at a rate of 0.00003 km/h (0.00002 mph). There are approximately 1,000 species of bamboos. Bamboo seldom blooms. Once flowering takes place, bamboo plant declines and often

sustainable energy
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1. Whirlpool turbine Whirlpool turbine can provide sustainable energy 24 hours a day. It can be installed in almost any river and canals to provide cheap sustainable energy. It converts energy from water into electricity, help to save our planet by providing clean, sustainable electricity. It’s safe for fishes to pass through 2. Smartflower The

banana fiber
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Banana fiber resource in Uganda Uganda is the Banana Republic of Africa with more than 50 varieties. Uganda grows more bananas than any other country in the world but India. Ugandans consume more bananas than anyone else. Realize this potential resource, TexFad, one company in Uganda is turning banana waste (banana stems) into high-quality, sustainable textile

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