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ID : tm3103912010


Sustainable Technology for Reduction of Ammonia Pollution in the Environment

This work reports simple techniques of isolating fulvic acid (FA) and humic acid (HA) from decomposed organic materials and the ability of these organic acids in controlling ammonia loss from urea. FA and HA could be isolated in 7 h instead of 2-7 days. FA reduced ammonia loss by 50% compared to urea alone. It also cause the highest retention of ammonium and nitrate. There was 100% ammonia volatilization control. urea-N use efficiency was 30-40%.

Bintulu Sarawak

ID : tm3104012011


Breakthrough in isolation of Humic Substance

Agricultural wastes such as sao, pineapple annd rice straw are produces in large quantities but these wastes are yet to be properly managed and utilized. As an example, for every 100 kg of sago starch in pith, there are 10 kg of wastes and these wastes are likely to be discarded into rivers ans streams because most of the sago factories are built near rivers and streams. This practice may cause water and other related enviromental pollution. To this end, a zero waste management approach was devised to manage wastes of these kinds.

Bintulu Sarawak

ID : tm3522615853


Waste Oil Transformer (WOT)

The WOT is a device to convert used cooking oil into liquid soap of PH9 with a push of a button. The frequent clogged drains and new of water pollution is our driving inspiration for this invention.The current model is a prototype primarily made of Lego tetrix part.

Bintulu Sarawak

ID : tm3295113922


ON-LINE MONITORING FOR DOMESTIC
DISTRIBUTION BOX


A NEW METHOD FOR MONITORING AND
CONTROL OF AUTOMATED DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION
BOX.THE SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY TEST EACH OF THE
SOCKET TO DETERMINE THE SOURCE OF THE FAILURE
AND ISOLATE THEM.THE DATA OF THE MODIFIED
CONNECTION WILL BE SENT TO THE CLIENT
WIRELESSLY TO NOTIFY THE USER THE MODIFICATIANS
MADE.

Tronoh Perak

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