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Spider Silk Could Pave the Way for Biodegradable Computer Chips by KOMPYUTERAN on Oct 14, 2012Silk are often used in making clothe fiber that usually comes from cocoons made by silk worms. This material is known to be used many centuries ago by ancient Chinese and was also used to trade for precious materials with other countries like gold an...



Amway Home for a powerfully green safer clean! by Animetric's World on Oct 4, 2012A few weeks ago, I attended a very interesting event by Amway Home. It was all about cleaning products that we use in the house. Research in the Philippines indicates that detergents and cleaning agents are among the biggest pollutants of water due t...



Makati Bans Use of Polystrene, Plastic Bags by Talakayan at Kalusugan on Jun 19, 2012Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin Binay has issued an executive order outlawing, starting next week,  the use by department stores, supermarkets, restaurants and other establishments of plastic shopping bags and polystyrene containers as the country’s fi...



Tapa King and Corn Starch Packaging by The Tummy Traveler on Apr 29, 2012When our food arrived from Tapa King, I was surprised to see that their food was individually boxed in Corn Starch packaging instead of the usual Styrofoam kind. Check it out: A small note was attached to their flier which … Continue reading &#...



Natural Household Cleaning Products - I Use Messy Bessy :) by The Stepford Witch on Sep 16, 2011If you're heading to your local farmer's (or organic) market this weekend, it's a good idea to check out stalls that sell household products.  Chances are, you'll find something that's biodegradable and made of natural ingredients.  Plus, y...



Use Wood Pellets for Inexpensive Biodegradable Cat Litter [Clever Uses] by Philippines on Jul 30, 2011Wood Pellets are a byproduct of the timber industry; you can get a 40lb sack of them for around $4-6 in the US. They are commonly used as fuel for stoves or as livestock bedding. Many people these days are using them as inexpensive environmentally-fr...



Quezon City: Solid Waste Segregation [City Ordinance SP-1701, Series of 2006] by I.Am.Dial. on Jul 12, 2011In line with our village implementation of City Ordinance SP-1707, series of 2006, providing for the "No Segregation, No Collection" policy of the Quezon City government, we have been informed of the new schedule of garbage disposal and the classific...



The Need for Waste Segregation by I.Am.Dial. on Jul 12, 2011It's about time we get serious on how to segregate our wastes! When I was a kid, I a saw candy wrapper thrown-out in our backyard, the wrapper looks it had stayed underneath the soil for some time. Why on earth this thing wont get destructed by the...



The Body Shop Earth Lovers Shower Gel by The Stepford Witch on Jul 11, 2011 When The Body Shop released their biodegradable hair care line,  I wondered when they would do the same for shower gels.  Months later, my wish was granted with the launch of their Earth Lovers Shower Gel.The company claims that the 1...



Recycling in Quezon City by MrsMartinez's Raves and Rants on Jul 7, 2011Since transferring to Quezon City, I have been made aware of segregating our trash. Every now and then, our barangay sends out a notice reminding us the schedule of collection and proper segregation of our trash. At first, it was a bit difficult to a...