You can reduce the amount of waste you create by choosing what rubbish you throw away.

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Many items found around the home can be used for different purposes. So before you throw those items away, think about how they can be reused.

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Recycle different materials such as Glass, Batteries and Mobile Phones.


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Solutions through innovation

Since the tragedies of Japan, brought about by the Fukushima Earthquake and the Tsunami that crippled the Nuclear Power Station and devastated the nation as a whole – landing it in the incomprehensionable situation that now exists in that country, the whole world is forced to rethink its energy sources. However, with the best will in the world, there is little doubt that Nuclear Power will have to be relied on for generations to come, as there is no other source of energy that can fill the gap in this day and age of continued energy needs and growth. Germany’s proclamation that it will dispense with the use of nuclear energy altogether is of course most admirable, however, the fact is this is really only a dream yet to be achieved. In reality, it is unlikely that such a policy is possible as in the real world global industrialization grows by leaps and bounds, as underdeveloped countries race to catch up with the affluence of developed nations. Consequently, with this in mind it is vital that every possible effort, no matter how small, is made to devise and explore every option in order to make the world a cleaner and safer place to live in. With this in mind CAGC is taking a new and revolutionary look at wind power – a topic that is frowned upon by planners and NIMBY’s. Hopefully there may be a way around their cynicism.

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Moto Wind


Very few people are amenable to the latest trend of wind generators springing up around the countryside, claiming they are too ugly, too noisy, or dangerous for birds. However one very interesting application that goes a long way into solving all of these problems is mini wind power turbines being produced by Lucien Gambarota of Motorwind Ltd in Hong Kong, developed in conjunction with Hong Kong University. We're pleased to have some of the proto types to test at our labs in Coton.