Greetings from The Land of Hornbill!
We hail from the third largest island in the world,Borneo!
Borneo is divided into three parts, one each for three ASEAN countries. They are Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia. We come from Sarawak, Malaysia. Sarawak is known as The Land of Hornbills and is the largest state in Malaysia. More than half of its land mass consists of virgin rainforest. So, if you're a nature-lover, do come visit us because Sarawak is the best place to enjoy nature. Sarawak is also famous for its unique multiracial cultures!
Project summary ..
Turning household kitchen waste into useful enzymes can help protect the ozone layer. Not only that, it reduces dependence on chemically engineered cleaning agents including harmful particles in the air and toxins in food. A new and interesting way of recycling garbage has been introduced in the form of garbage enzymes to encourage people to do their bit for Mother Nature.
We took the role of Young Environmentalists in our efforts to investigate how garbage can help Mother Earth.
Our aim is to create an awareness among students,parents and the community that
biodegradable and organic kitchen garbage
can actually help to save Mother Earth, reduce Global Warming and at the same time protect the Ozone Layer !!
We did our research on Garbage Enzyme and interviewed people who uses this enzyme in their daily life especially in doing their daily household chores. Then we produced our own enzyme and shared our knowledge with the community through pamphlets. On Earth Day (22nd April 2012) , we organized an exhibition and introduced the enzyme to the visitors
Peer and teachers' evaluations were done throughout the project.
In the next few years,
ALL OUR LANDFILLS WILL BE FULL OF RUBBISH!! There will be no other place at all to discard our rubbish and we might have to swim in garbage-infested oceans or live on the heaps and mountains of rubbish strewn all over the world!! WILL WE SURVIVE? *gasps*
The answer is NO! What can we do about it??????