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Today, in our modern age,

the spontaneous search for development of the

human race led to formulation of technologies

to make human life comfortable and easier.

One consequence of this thirst for human development concept of

technologies is the utilization of the

natural resources of the earth and convert it into

something somehow more efficient for human consumption.

Many development progress

nowadays involves the utilization of energy.

These energy were derived from the natural sources of fuel like the

fossil fuel and

coal deposits underground.

These sources are all limited and could be depleted years from know if handled incorrectly.

think of what will happen to humans if all these natural sources of energy are depleted?

Can you still live a life without electricity,

vehicles,

televisions,

cellphones, etc.?

that means we shall live the life back to the stone age.

For in every peak there will also come a time for its downfall.

What can we do to avoid this catastrophic change if our natural sources of energies will be depleted?

Many would say solar energy,

wind energy,
hydroelectric power plants.

Yes they may all be true but still we must find an alternative sources of fuel if we can most especially if
these sources of alternative fuels are considered as waste materials. Think of what we can do.

the group has found the solution to this problem. the water hyacinth,

considered as an invasive species specifically to aquatic organisms.

Has not much of use today but think of what we can do if we turn this useless plant into an alternative
source of fuel.

Presenting to you, briquettes of water hyacinth as an alternative fuel.

These briquettes can be utilized in home but if produced in larger scale,

it could be an alternative fuel in coal energy plants.

This is purely made of organic materials which makes it much less harmful to the environment than the
usual coal fuels.

The product price if sold at small scale at home purpose only ranges from 20-30 pesos wherein you can
already use to cook your food all day.

the water hyacinth,

considered as an invasive species specifically to aquatic organisms.

Has not much of use today but think of what we can do if we turn this useless plant into an alternative
source of fuel.

Presenting to you, briquettes of water hyacinth as an alternative fuel.

These briquettes can be utilized in home but if produced in larger scale,

it could be an alternative fuel in coal energy plants.

This is purely made of organic materials which makes it much less harmful to the environment than the
usual coal fuels.