Ramro Idea Opportunities for the Developing World

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Powering Lamps with Salt Water

Most villages in developing countries have no access to electricity. People have to rely on kerosene/battery powered lamps as their main source of lighting which is not sustainable. To tackle this issue, Sustainable Alternative Lighting...

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Turning By-product from Brewery into Biofuel

In the past, we have highlighted companies like (B)Engery and Daily Dump, that uses organic waste to make biogas and compost respectively. Similarly, DB Export, a brewery in New Zealand, is utilizing the yeast and grain leftover...

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Making Bricks from Industrial Waste

The negative environmental and social impacts of clay fired brick production have raised concerns about its future use. Especially in developing countries where it’s the most readily available low cost building material. Another problem is industrialization, which generates...

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Making Garden Kits from Bottles

Considering the amount of alcohol people consume everyday, we are left with a lot of empty glass bottles. Though some manufacturers recycle their bottles, most end up in the landfill or are piled up somewhere. My Little Garden,...

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Up-Cycling Old Smartphone Batteries

Mining for lithium, primarily used to make batteries, is harming our environment. As people change their smartphones quite often, tons of used batteries, still in good condition, end up in the trash or are stowed away. Enlighten,...