I don’t have an inch to spare in this blog but this video I found at http://alarnarosegray.com/2013/10/18/plastics-postscript/ was too important to let it go by unnoticed. Take a look you’ll see what I mean!
Uploaded on Apr 13, 2009
Read the article: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/plastic-to…
The Japanese company Blest has developed one of the smallest and safest plastic-to-oil conversion machines out on the market today. It’s founder and CEO, Akinori Ito is passionate about using this machine to change the way people around the world think about their plastic trash. From solving our landfill and garbage disposal issues to reducing our oil dependancy on the Middle East, his machine may one day be in every household across Japan.
While holding up a bag of trash, he states, “It’s a waste to throw away, isn’t it? This is a treasure.”
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Awesome! Thanks so much for passing this on, it is profound.
Thanks to you for having published it first on your post 🙂
wow!! amazing!! this is a miracle! finally someone came up with the solution. What a blessing! thanks for sharing
I am so happy by your enthusiastic reaction! I was right to post it then 🙂
Amazing. You are so right; it is too important and must be shared. I will do so. Thank you for sharing this.
Oh! Thanks for passing it on it means a lot 🙂
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I appreciate that! Thank you 🙂
This is the first I’ve seen this and have shared it with my readers on Facebook. Let’s hope more of his machines make it to local communities to repurpose our local plastics.
I am so happy I thought about posting this one to you!
I was so impressed back then… I usually am when people are creative & have solutions instead of wallowing in the problems (precisely because I have a tendency of doing that ;))
Let’s hope the public can encourage this to go on the market, all it needs is a little nudge in that direction!
Thank you again, I do hope more people hear about it and it becomes widely available. Like you, I think we need to think more for ourselves and create our own solutions when possible.
You are most welcome! Glad you enjoyed this video 🙂
Wonderful…. 🙂 Wish more were out there doing this.. x
Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed this video 🙂
Have a lovely weekend!
By the way, would you have an idea about how I get to pollinate my squash plant when I have only one & might not have a male & female one to do so?
Hummm nope sorry.. we have several at the moment in the allotments but no flowers I wouldnt even have a clue as to male or female as this year is the first year we have attempted to grow them.. 🙂 Hope to post some pic soon in a post update of the allotments 🙂
Yes, it puzzled me too so I looked it up on you tube right now, I had tried a few that puzzled me even more but this one answered nearly all my questions besides the dilemma of having my one & only plant.
This is the link if you are interested but if you have bees & all that they’ll do the work for you 😉
Bless you, yes we have lots of Bees visit as many allotment holders keep bees there too.. Thank you so much for taking the trouble to forward the link 🙂 .. xxxx
You are most welcome 🙂