Did you know that seat belts are one of the most wasted materials in the world? As a matter of fact, the large scale production of cars causes this huge waste. So then, what to do with this material? Destroy it, as it happens most of the time…which is not an eco-friendly donation!
First of all, we are glad to announce that Biji-biji has gathered the materials necessary to kick start a mini batik studio at their headquarters, in the center of Kuala Lumpur!
Batik is a centuries old textile art based on the technique of decorating and (repeatedly) dyeing a fabric by using removable wax to save the parts of the fabric that are not intended to be dyed.
Are you really eco-friendly? Here are three possible situations where you can test your eco-friendliness. Select the option that describes you the most. This quiz is so easy you don't even need a paper and pen.
And yet again, we come to a new year! And as the whole world rejoices and celebrates the ending of a whole calendar of events filled with 365 days worth of highs and lows, welcoming an entirely new one with open arms, we're also reminded of the harsh reality, that a new year also means an aging self, and a weary earth. But hey! that doesn't mean some reflection and some self renewal can't do the spirits good. Here are 12 thoughts to consider doing for the self, the society and the land.
Plastic is the most polluting material in the world. Its waste that is unfortunately found in all countries of the world, ejected beyond borders of the world into the ocean, forming uninhabited islands that are more often larger than many countries, and growing larger and larger each minute.
Advertising is also a major consumer of plastics. They are found everywhere including advertising banners seeking to catch our eye. The lifespan of these banners are often long. Much, much longer than the time short time they are used for.