Saturday, December 3, 2011

Big Flood in Kajang City, Malaysia

Kajang, Malaysia November 3, 2011: The city was paralyse when flooded more than one meter lead to dozens of vehicles submerged and business premises in  water after heavy rain for two hours starting at 2.30 pm yesterday.

Friday, December 2, 2011

The Worst Oil Spills in the History

 These photos shows what would be known as the biggest oil spills in the history, the Gulf War in 1991. It's the largest accidental oil spill in history happened at Persian Gulf in 1991 where it place 240 million gallons of oil into the ocean close to Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Photoshot: Plastic Bags and Our Environment

Dead bird - his belly full with plastic material
 The following photos are the examples of what plastic and plastic bag could do with our environment, ecology and animal.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

New Car Smell: Does it hazardous? (Part 2)

One study, reported this on December 2001, was administrated by Stephen K. Brown and Min Cheng of Australia's Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial analysis Organization (CSIRO). The reading took a glance at VOCs in 3 new 1998 vehicles by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry analysis of air samples taken from the vehicles once that they had been sealed for many hours. The vehicles were re sampled at numerous intervals for up to 2 years.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

New Car Smell: Does it hazardous? (Part 1)

There's one thing concerning the smell of a new automobile where for some people, the leathery, plasticky aroma that hits you once you slide behind the wheel may be a pleasurable scent, seductive smells or even perhaps addictive. On the other hand, for some people  the smell is stinking, especially for somebody who has an acute chemical sensitivity.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Danger of Plastic Bags – Scary Facts 2

Baby monkey eating plastic
 Based on statistic estimation, the average family adds 60 plastic bags in only four trips to the grocery store.
In good situations, high-density polyethylene plastic bags will take more than 20 years to degrade. However in less ideal conditions such as on landfills or as general refuse, a bag will take more than 1,000 years to degrade.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Danger of Plastic Bags – Scary Facts 1

Kamilo Beach, United States
Figures released by the United States Environmental Protection Agency illustrate that somewhere between 500 billion and a trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide every year. According to National Geographic News September 2, 2003. Note that this information was in the year of 2003.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Fake Made in China - Chinese Cooking Oil Made From Sewage and Trash

This is a very interesting video how Chinese recycle and reuse the cooking oil. It was reported that already many people was death. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Green Gold of Morocco- Olive

Please watch these videos about organic olive production in Morocco. It's organic and health

Monday, November 21, 2011

Popularity of Organic Tomatoes from Mexico

Tomatoes are currently the foremost profitable crop in Mexico. Though the total number of acres of coffee is much greater than the acreage of organic (cherry) tomatoes, it realize a higher turnover than the harvest of coffee beans. 

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Fake Meat "Made in China"

Fake beef (left) and pork (right)

The issue of artificial eggs from China have recently heated. It still silent, China who is famous for its expertise to produce imitations once again has produced a new innovative to produce beef of pork.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Chinese Green Tea Unsafe

New Zealand Food Safety Authority (NZFSA) warns people not to consume all the seeds that can be found in Chinese green tea. This product is sold under various names such as Heng Ming Tea Canton love pea. 

The tea was pulled from the shelves when the Inspector found that the contents did not match what was written in components. It contained toxic pods not removed. Product recalls now withdrawn from sale by the importer. Please check the video for more details.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

How to Identify Fake Egg from China

China has been popular with anything copy and produces where they don’t care anything on copyright or laws. Money is everything for Chinese and in order to make more money they are thinking of faking on almost anything in their life. Because fake products make much money than the real one, we can see so many Chinese goods and products are being produce to look good from outside where the reality of it you have to wait and see.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Cambridge University Produces Low-Cost Plastic Organic Solar Cell


By inserting organic polymers long chains of carbon-based molecules in plastic you produce an organic photovoltaic cell, that till currently haven't had a lot of business success. With an operating principle just like photosynthesis in inexperienced plants, organic photovoltaic cells are low-cost to provide compared to silicon solar cells, however have quite a low potency. This can be one thing that the University of Cambridge is about to amend.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Organic Renewable Plastic, the Brazilian Future


As oil and gas prices soar, Brazil is planning to become a world hub for plastics made up of plant-based materials, as well as sugar cane.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Homemade Organic Garden Fertilizer

Any agriculture activities are depend on the soil's health and thus by feeding your soil with homemade fertilizers before planting then you'll be giving your plants the best probability of success as well as encourage robust growth.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Coffee Waste as an Organic Fertilizer

We consume millions of cup every day where normally the waste from coffee we thrown it away. Except if we use the instant coffee than no more waste to be thrown. However, in lots of cases, these coffee waste or used coffee grounds are binned, tossed in the garbage or washed down the sink.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Fly Larvae Used to Remove Organic Waste On an Industrial Scale

A group of researchers from the University of Alicante (Spain) present the results of a pilot project where fly larvae are used to reduce animal feces and manure in a sustainable manner.