Asia is determined to not be left behind when it comes to joining the solutions to world epidemic known as Global Warning. Many Asian countries have taken to looking in their own back yards to find a way to begin to make productive long lasting change for the environment and the world. The effects of Global Warming are felt across the planet. No one nation is immune from the backlash of excess and pollution.
Asian countries live Malaysia and Philippines have launched their own green movement initiatives to kick start long term goals for improving the green footprint on their society and the world around them. In Malaysia noisy and air polluting motorized tricycle vehicles are being upgraded to more eco-friendly electric units that expel no harmful gas emission whatsoever.
Malaysians know oh to well the clouds of black smoke bellowing from the exhaust pipes of the old fashion tricycle vehicles. The Malaysian air is blackening by such harmful gas emissions daily. If the government of Malaysia has their way the dangerous smoke and loud reviving engines will be a thing of the past forever. This pleases the citizens of Malaysia very nicely as the introduction of the new and improved electrical version of the tricycle passenger vehicle has seen an increase in passenger clientele.
This is very good news indeed for the owners of these new and shine vehicles as the pollution and noise of the older vehicle seemingly did more than pollute the environment. They also kept the punters away. The trend to come up with ingenious green eco-friendly alternatives that make a greater difference to the world appears to be sweeping across Asia.
In the Philippines one man has come up with the perfect use for all those recyclable plastic office waste such as bottles and ink cartridges. Now office waste is being reused to create green coloured benches for parks, school and railway stations. Without this eco-friendly solution these office waste materials would be dumped into landfills taking zillions of years to biodegrade while emitting harm gas into the earth’s atmosphere the entire time.
The importance of recycling being a crucial step in saving the planet goes without saying. The leading manufacturers of ink cartridges in the Philippines states that as little as 35% of hundred thousand plus cartridges sold annually are being recycled. This is something this company hopes to changes while at the same time aiming for an 85% increase in cartridges recycling.