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A Better Tomorrow, Together With NRGLab Singapore!


nrglab singapore enviromental problem
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Over the years, Singapore's output of solid waste has increased significantly. In 2012, Singapore disposed of 2.93 million tonnes of solid waste, which was enough to fill 990 football fields to the height of an average person! This amount would have been significantly higher if Singapore had not also recycled about 60% of the total waste generated.

So what do you know about the 3Rs? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Yes, the answer is at the back of our mind, but are we doing enough? With schools instilling the 3Rs into kids as young as the elementary levels, we can greatly improve our environment just by putting in some extra efforts.

diy kitchen tips, reduce reuse recycle
Sometime back, I’d written an article on Kitchen Tips To Store Your Messy Plastic Bags. It may be just a simple tip on the 3Rs, but it’s a small step up.

nrglab asia recycling waste materials
It’s wonderful to see enterprises such as NRGLab (www.nrglab.asia) recycling waste materials into eco-friendly diesel fuel, where Coal will be recycled in Indonesia, waste engine oil recycled in Malaysia, & agricultural wastes recycled in Singapore & Malaysia.

How about electricity? According to the latest data released by the National Electricity Market of Singapore, the average monthly Uniform Singapore Energy Price (USEP) fell to $151/MWh in February this year. This is the lowest monthly level since September 2010!
Low-cost electricity is now affordable for everyone, how does that sound to you? With everything from food to housing escalating, how nice if we could lower our electrical bills or even maintain at a level that’s within our means.

Now it became possible, thanks to NRGLab! NRGLab Pte Ltd is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches & develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable & affordable electrical power on a global scale. The company has on-going projects with these three core business areas in mind:

  1. Power Generators (SH Boxes) to Produce Low-Cost Electricity
  2. Improving efficiency of Gas Turbines up to 75% for electricity production
  3. Recycling Waste Material into Eco-Friendly Fuels

Here’s one of their interesting events that took place in Raffles Hotel Singapore on Feb 5 for your viewing pleasure:

The funding of all these programmes is provided by Ana Shell Fund (www.anashell.com).

nrglab anashell
Established in 2007 by Ana Shell - an environmentalist, venture businesswoman, one of the discoverers of crystal growth technology for inexpensive electricity production - it successfully works on new highly important developments to secure a better future. Read more about the Earth Mother @ Ana Shell, The Unsung Hero!

I’m extremely flattered to be approached by NRGLab, to follow socially-conscious people & such kind of enterprises, to help increase the attention to environmental projects. So let’s join our hands and make tomorrow a better day!

28 comments:

  1. Always support recycling here... And teach my kids about protecting the environment since young~

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    1. Kylie, awesome! More parents should follow....

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  2. I know those guys... They had a big Auction recently.

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    1. Cool! Thks so much for coming by & hope to see more of u!

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    1. Stella, kudos to the people behind these initiatives!

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  4. Waste is really something need to be concerned nowaday, we really need to raise the awareness of environmental issue. I used to telling people this and I blogged it before as well.

    "The size of A4 paper is 623.7 cm2. (29.7 cm x 21 cm). If we dispose one piece of A4 paper everyday,
    the total size of A4 papers that each of us disposes in a year will be 22.77 m2 (623.7 cm2 x 365 days). Malaysia's population is around 28.25 millions people.So, if every Malaysian disposes one piece of A4 paper everyday, the total size of A4 papers that Malaysians dispose in a year will be 643.11 km2 (22.7 m2 x 28.25 millions). How large is 643.11 km2?? It's 95% larger than Malaysia!"

    A lot of people will say one piece of A4 paper doesn't make different. But in fact, slowly accumulation, it will be an huge amount.

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    1. LuPorTi, thanks for sharing your thoughts with us here! That's so true; every little bit counts.....

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  5. While i thought solar power to operates household is not easily attainable, now Power Generators (SH Boxes) to Produce Low-Cost Electricity is in the making. How nice of that!

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  6. I agree, I so and truly agree on how to save the environment and salute to the company for their break through. Hope more will follow, not only companies but the people too.

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    1. Nava, glad we're all on the same page! Have a good week, dear!

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  7. Hi Shirley, it is really time for us to think and ponder seriously about these usage of plastics.. I remember during my younger days, there were brown paper bags used for our stuff then.. nowadays, everything plastic and I heard that it takes 100 years to "dissolve" a plastic bag.. serious?

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    1. Reana, 100 yrs? Then we must seriously think about returning to paper bags. Then again, what do we use to contain our trash? These plastic bags are real handy when it comes to disposing trash. When we put our trash in them & tie them tightly before disposing them, it makes the job so much easier for the cleaners.

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  8. Hi Shirley,

    Totally agree with you that recycling is good!

    Zoe

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    1. Zoe, cool! Have a good week, sweetie!

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  9. Great to see some positive action.

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  10. Hello, blog hopping and stumbled onto your beautiful blog. A nice post.

    Continue blogging and best of luck.
    Rajiv
    http://www.magnificentdewdrops.blogspot.com
    http://www.magicalpresent.blogspot.com

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    1. Rajiv, thks for coming by & will pop by yours soon! Great having u here!

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    2. Hi Shirley, you are welcome.
      Thanks for the follow and I also have added you to my follow list.

      Please feel free to visit there often.

      BTW, nice recipes ! All the best...
      Rajiv
      http://www.magnificentdewdrops.blogspot.com
      http://www.magicalpresent.blogspot.com

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    3. Rajiv, thks & hope to see more of u here!

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  11. Hi Shirley, great posting. Thanks for sharing the video.

    Have a nice day.

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