I had doing research for a year in pilot-scale water and wastewater treatment system applied low-cost micro membrane filtration and chemical laboratory. I started running system with water for six months. Then, I continued running system with domestic wastewater for a week. I totally wore safety stuff. However, I got allergies and had lots of … Continue reading STOP bomb timer by your voice!
While my trip has been overshadowed by credit card problems to pay for the hotel, I am embracing the "growing pains" of both a young economy and my introduction to Dili. I am definitely enjoying the weather (lows in the 80s (F)) while most of the eastern US is breaking records for cold! I am … Continue reading Greetings from the 2nd youngest country in the world – Timor-Leste
Seeing as I would be spending some time under the City of Tallahassee's Electric & Gas Utility, I thought I would take a look at what the city does for its water resources. This turned out to be a great opportunity and I had a great time learning how the city's water is managed in … Continue reading Water from the #1 Public Utility
I tried to blog last few days but it’s just could not get into the ideas. After I see the whole picture ( I think so), I realized that it takes a lot more than one person to make things happen especially when it comes to big solution actions. Dubuque did it well. So, lets … Continue reading Chapter 5: Hardwork Pays off when it meets the right plan of action
“¡Hola!, Buenos días. Me llamó ISLA, Soy de Tailandia” Hello and Good morning everyone, my name is ISLA (Koh) and I came from Thailand: D Because my host city has many people from the Mexican side makes me already speak and understand a little bit with the Spanish language. Very impress it. I don't believable, time flies … Continue reading Time to Fly’ With New Book of Life, Chapter 04: Isla Feliz!!!
1. Gossip as a solution to misbehaviorI think every body use to have time that they see people cheating or misbehavior at the work place. Me too but I never know what is the best way to address this, so instead of talk to my boss, I just talk with other colleagues because I don't … Continue reading What happen if I was not join YSEALI Program
Let me see... ProFellow program gave me the opportunity to meet many different people, to talk to them, to see their different perspectives about the topic you are all caring, to see the world issues under different lenses, to evaluate the problem better with the international point of view. The NERC Plastic Conference in Providence, … Continue reading What did the ProFellow Program give me?
Hello, excuse me. is it true? My brain was shouting out when I grabbed my phone this morning. I saw that the temperature showed 32 Fahrenheit degree on my phone screen. I have never been live in this temperature before. Early this morning, I have to go to Arlington Recycling monthly event. I opened my … Continue reading A frozen morning in Recycling Center of Arlington
During second and third weeks, we had chance to attend different conferences, visiting and meetings about sustainable agriculture and water management in North Carolina. North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an educational partnership of colleges and universities helping people put research-based knowledge to work for economic prosperity, environmental stewardship and an improved quality of life (NC … Continue reading Sustainable agriculture practice in North Carolina
This week's experience went beyond the usual green landscape but into the medical field that the City of Rochester is more known for. As the headquarters for the world-renowned Mayo Clinic, it was a sight to behold in this non-profit organisation that was set up in the 1800s after the city was devastated by a … Continue reading Week 4 – Greening Beyond People