Re-think Resources

Natural resources are finite. With ever growing consumption driven by population growth and economic development, nature is struggling to replenish itself prior to depletion.

Resource conservation and optimisation can be achieved by:
- Going back to basics — rediscover yesterday, today
- Tapping on the abundant renewable materials
- Doing more with less — use sustainable materials

Renewable materials are substances derived from living matters or ecosystem which has the ability to regenerate itself at a fast enough rate to meet the demand. Common renewable materials that can be used are natural fibres and bioplastics that are derived from agricultural feedstock.
Biodiesel is a cleaner alternative fuel to petroleum diesel. It is made by chemically combining vegetable oil or animal fat feedstock with alcohol. Feedstock for biodiesel production can also be found in more unconventional sources such as waste cooking oil and grease-trapped oil.