Recycling rubbish from the ocean


4 Ocean The story begins when Alex and Andrew take a surf Bali Indonesia that would inevitably change their lives and the fate of the ocean. Devastated by the amount of plastic in the ocean, they set out to find out why no one was doing anything about it. One afternoon they came across an old fishing village where fishermen were literally pushing their boat through piles of plastic that had washed up on [...]

Recycling rubbish from the ocean2019-05-28T12:13:59+10:00

Aussie Device Cleans Rubbish From Oceans


When two Aussie surfers made the decision to quit their jobs and tackle one of the biggest environmental problems facing the modern world, they never dreamt they would be in the position they are today. Perth locals Pete Ceglinski and Andrew Turton were so sick of seeing a massive amount of rubbish floating around in the ocean they decided to dedicate their lives to help fix it. In 2015 they came up with a [...]

Aussie Device Cleans Rubbish From Oceans2019-02-25T09:48:11+10:00



Ecobricks Disposal of nonbiodegradable substances has become an issue of major concern nowadays. Mounds of garbage has been created over the earths surface and in our oceans. In order to deal with this problem a new concept of ecobricks also known as bottle bricks is trending. Ecobricks are a new class of building material which is made up of plastic bottles and are filled with plastic wastes, sometimes with soil, and can be further used [...]


August – Time to prune


Green shoots and beautiful flowering displays of azaleas, jasmines, tabebuias, bauhinias, grevilleas plus many other trees and shrubs in the garden and in the bush is a signal that we're on the doorstep of spring in SEQLD. As August progresses, many plants become more active. Even if they weren't fully dormant throughout our relatively mild subtropical winters, increasing amounts of warm and light stimulate flowering and/or new growth in a wide variety of plants from [...]

August – Time to prune2018-08-21T12:13:36+10:00

Gardening tips for July


We're in the depths of winter here in SE QLD - which means that spring is just around the corner! The days are already getting longer, so finish all those garden housekeeping and construction jobs on your list. Then you'll have plenty of time to visit all the garden shows and open gardens in the months ahead, or just relax and enjoy your garden. July is the main month for pruning roses in SE QLD. The exceptions [...]

Gardening tips for July2018-07-20T10:45:43+10:00
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