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One of the biggest problems we are facing today in our country (Philippines) is the tremendous amounts of garbage. Our rivers are very polluted due to the lack of discipline and awareness of our communities. Our dump sites are also expanding rapidly and there are a lot of times wherein there is a dispute on where to relocate the garbage. Even the air quality is affected and there are even times when you can smell the stench of those landfills kilometers away.

On 2020 I have campaigned against garbage in general, biodegradable and non-biodegradable items omnipresent in our time. I have shared facts about the peril it causes and disposable items never decompose and are only used for a few minutes and then thrown away to fill our dump sites for who knows how long. My campaign utilizes online social networks and target the community where i live. These contacts are then highly encouraged to do the same, spreading awareness on their own communities as well.

One of my guides would share an idea on how to make use of waste that and to generate income from them.

A basic guide on making a luminaire from garbage

1. Choose materials that belong to the same colors
2. Find non wasteful form combinations for each material
3. Use low wattage CFLs as light sources

here is project that i made that follows this guide.


then the next step is to sell it ^^




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Comment by Riko Kamachi on March 25, 2010 at 10:29pm
It looks great!
Comment by Aaron Freeman on March 25, 2010 at 10:37pm
How can you not love profitable garbage... that doesn't even come from Hollywood!
Comment by Janfour O. Cuales on March 26, 2010 at 4:04pm
Thanks a lot!.. Do something like that too!.. If you still can't resist buying your favorite products then reuse their packaging!.. haha..

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