Reducing Poverty through
ECO-WOOD SUBSTITUTE MOLDED DOORS
Global Warming and Poverty (GWP) are the biggest problems of modern world. Both are corollary to one another. We need to work on the two simultaneously. We do that here by developing and commercializing an ECO-WOOD SUBSTITUTE system and converting the same into MOLDED DOORS. These are produced with less machinery (and hence less energy), and instead, using locally available skilled Human resource. Each ton of these Molded Doors would substitute approximately 1.5 T of Wood logs, which would come from double that weight of original trees. One thousand ECO-WOOD SUBSTITUTE MOLDED DOORS would offset cutting trees in approximately 3.75 hectares (9.3 acres) of Wood land/Forest. A million Molded Doors would offset tree cutting in 9,300 ac of forest/woodland. Further, there is the added social benefit that Each 3,000 T Molded Doors Plant would offer direct employment to 300 local Village youngsters – both men and women
PHOTO_1: Skilled Women Technicians Embellishing ECO-WOOD MOLDED DOORS
July 2, 2014 …..