Kasur Tanneries Pollution Control Project Kasur represents almost a third of the total number of tanneries in Pakistan, who produce leather from sheep, buffalo and cow skins. The Kasur Tanneries Pollution Control Project has been developed to combat the pollution created by the tanneries.
Running time: 265 seconds
Eco-Friendly Production and Sustainability in Denmark Denmark is known for its eco-friendly attitude, with legislation and products actively protecting the environment. Urtekram is one Danish company dedicated to the manufacture and distribution of organic and natural products.
Running time: 233 seconds
Fashionable Rubber Recycling Rubber is a familiar product in everyday life, used in car manufacturing, building, agriculture and clothing. An alternative to discarding tires in landfill is through reprocessing by transforming tires into useful products.
Running time: 263 seconds
Marapodi Waste Collection Service in Zambia Lusaka's population is growing at an alarming rate. The large amount of waste pollutes the water system and spread disease. The Marapodi Waste Collection Service is beginning to turn the settlement of Marapodi into a clean and safe place to live.
Running time: 322 seconds
Starch-Based Packing Materials in Thailand Cassava starch film is used as wrapping or as sealed bags for food. These products have excellent properties in that they are transparent; grease and oil resistant; heat sealable; strong; and soluble in both hot and cold water.
Running time: 259 seconds
Replacing Fossil Fuel with Bio-Diesel Fuel Bio-diesel is a renewable fuel that can be manufactured in the kitchen using vegetable oil or waste fat from restaurants and canteens. Bio-diesel can be used in any diesel engine with few or no modifications.
Running time: 324 seconds
Recycling Rubber Inner Tubes In developing countries, there is a culture of reuse and recycling. Inner Tube Ltd. is a viable business which produces a progressive and eco-friendly product by turning recycled inner tubes into stylish handbags, skirts and accessories.
Running time: 195 seconds
Solid Waste Management of Pakistan As the urban environment in Pakistan continues to deteriorate, there is growing recognition of the need for a sanitation policy and sound operational strategies for dealing with the problem.
Running time: 234 seconds
Using Reverse Vending Machines for Recycling Reverse vending machines are a convenient way for consumers to return their empty beverage containers. They can be installed in practical locations, such as supermarkets and collection centers.
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Benefits of Using the Vacu Tug Pit latrines of different kinds and bucket latrines are a common sanitation facility in many parts of African and Asian cities. The emptying of pit latrines is a major problem faced by the urban poor in developing countries.
Running time: 235 seconds
Use of Solar Energy Around the World Europe's Centre for Solar Energy Research and Development in Altimara, Southern Spain, is the cutting edge of solar research, pioneering new technologies that could ultimately power large towns or industrial complexes.
Running time: 430 seconds
Use of Green Wind Energy Around the World In the Netherlands, wind power is already providing 325 megawatts of power to the national electricity grid - enough to supply a million homes.
Running time: 212 seconds
Use of Hydro Power Around the World In Peru, only four percent of the country's population has access to electricity. Here, innovative micro-hydro systems are providing power to even the remotest towns.
Running time: 420 seconds
Hydrogen Replacing Fossil Fuels In order to protect the world's climate, CO2 emissions must be reduced around the world. One way to achieve this could be by using hydrogen as a replacement for fossil fuels. Hydrogen is a 'clean' fuel because it produces virtually no pollution.
Running time: 284 seconds
Going Green Expo in Boston Plum TV's Richard Paradise heads to the Going Green Expo in Boston to visit with a number of companies to find out about their environmental sustainability practices. Watch and find out how to make your life more eco-friendly.
Running time: 180 seconds
Electric Vehicle Company in Nepal The Electrical Vehicle Company (EVCO) manufactures three wheeler electric vehicles. Clean and renewable hydro-electric power can reduce Nepal's atmospheric pollution as well as its dependence on imported fossil fuel.
Running time: 268 seconds
Self-Service Electric Cars in La Rochelle The city of La Rochelle in France has long been a pioneer in urban environmental protection and city-friendly public transit systems. Liselec is a city-friendly solution that makes "clean" transportation available to a greater part of the population.
Running time: 217 seconds
White Bicycle Scheme of Amsterdam The introduction of the white bicycle in Amsterdam serves primarily as a means of transport to and from tram/bus stops and stations as well as encouraging bicycle use.
Running time: 234 seconds
Solar City Freiburg in Germany Freiburg is located at the heart of the warmest and sunniest region of Germany, yet it takes more than just this to make it into a solar city.
Running time: 189 seconds
How to Remove Crayon Marks from Walls Host John Mangano shows you an easy method in how to remove crayon marks from your Walls. Crayon on your walls? Here's a quick tip on how to remove them! Removing crayon from walls is easy. All you need is - Baking Soda and a Damp Rag.
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The Benefits of Buying Eco-friendly Local Food Have you ever calculated your food miles? That’s the distance food has to travel to get to your table. If you reduce your food miles and buy local food produce, you’ll help the environment and your local farmers. Author Anna Lappe of the Small Planet Institute has tips to help you find, buy, and eat locally grown foods.
Running time: 153 seconds
Eco Fashion in Copenhagen, Denmark Eco fashion is taken over grounds in the fashion world with clothes made of organic cotton or recyclable material. In eco fashion the environment is taken into consideration.
Running time: 267 seconds