Energy efficient cookstoves in the Republic of Myanmar help families live better lives: less pollution, as well as augment incomes.

Families in Myanmar used traditional methods – either open fire or three-stone method for cooking. These were fairly inefficient at converting energy into heat for cooking. Fuel is wasted, as heat is allowed to escape into the open air. These are unhealthy too; they cause diseases like bronchitis and pneumonia.

Improving Lives

The Improved Cook Stoves (ICS) have been designed to provide an enclosure for the fire to reduce the loss of radiant heat, protect it against wind and increase heat transfer, thereby increasing efficiency.

Economic Advancement

While it also meant faster cooking, the cookstoves helped save time and fuel, cleaner pans, kitchen walls and health expenditure. Carbon credits also augmented the income of these families leading to economic advancement

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Seeping of Solid Waste into underlying soil and water, contaminating both. This waste rots and decomposes, and produces harmful gases (CO2 & Methane) which are both greenhouse gases and contribute to global warming, Land filling Most Practiced method process world wide with landfill pollution it effects on human health as well as on Environment.


Preparation of DPR & BID process management for Construction of Scientific Sanitary Landfill Site .

Process Management  for Bioremediation of existing Dumping site .

A scientific landfill ensures that there is no risk of pollutants seeping underground or enough generation of methane to light up the garbage.

This reduces the risk of environmental or health hazards tremendously.

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