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Thursday, 25 April 2019

Bukit Jelutong Recycling Centre Earth Day Celebration 2019

Last weekend we were roped in to help out with the Earth Day Celebration at Bukit Jelutong Recycling Centre. It was fun.

As it was quite a last minute thingy, Mamarazzi only managed to propagate a few plants  to be given out during the Earth Day Celebration.

Our dog also was called to guard the "Black Gold". It's actually used coffee ground that Papa collected from Starbucks. Mamarazzi dries them and packed them in newspaper. These were given out during the Earth Day Celebration.

Here is the venue.



Got there early and help out a bit. 


The forever cheerful Aunty Karen and Dr Azila  were there already when we arrive. They were arranging the plants.

No explanation needed, I guess. 

Wow....got free food too. But have to wait for the speeches to be over first. 

Meantime, the kind Uncle Gary treated me to Nasi Lemak while waiting for the Plant Exchange and adoption to begin. 

There were games too  for kids.... and adults.

If you win, you get to choose a prize. 

Informative speech by Datin Sivamani

After  speeches from various VIP, it's finally "chow" time. ... 

Oppsss.... I mean plant adoption time.  Wow... so many people interested to adopt the plant. It's nice to see that. 

Following are two videos. One by Mamarazzi and one by me. 




Video by Mamarazzi


The following is video by me. Hope you don't get dizzy watching it. Am still newbie. recorded using Mamarazzi's hands me down phone. 

Okay.... till we "meet" again next time. 



36 comments:

  1. What's the 'black gold' for... fertiliser?

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    1. Yup.. its fertiliser. Just mix with some water and siram pokok with it

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    2. You mean its for watering and not mix in the soil as fertiliser?

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    3. can straight put into the soil too but not too much. else the plant will go hyper and kiok

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  2. Hi SK, good job on the video, this auntie here is also very amateur so no worries, you will be a pro very soon! Carry on the good job on plant adoption!

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  3. How to use the coffee grounds, eh? Just tabur2 on the ground is it?

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    1. Either mix with waterand siram pokok or just tabur. Both ways alsocan

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  4. Nice and fun event to join in and fill up the weekend.

    Lol on the video.

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    1. yes it was a lovely event and informative too

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  5. I am also using black gold for my plants. Very interesting event. So nice to have whole family getting involved in this event. Small Kucing has grown so much.

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    1. yes, fun event . ya there were other children too. They have this song hand language song . they ask me to join in but i didnt

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  6. Thanks for the tour, small kitten … nice to see you and hear your voice … as well as hear you speak excellent English … very proud of you … good job … smiles ... Love, cat.

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    1. Thank you thank you. Hope you didnt get dizzy with my video. Papa said he dizzy . LOL

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  7. I love seeing your video, it is like actually meeting you. Your dog is so cute, what is his name. What is done with the coffee grounds? Use as fertilizer?

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    1. Hi Ginny. Her name Is LILO. yes, the coffee ground to be use as fertiliser. Roses love it

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  8. nice video and an event for a good cause.

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  9. Well my new computer lets me comment on your posts now.
    I love earth day and am glad you helped out.
    So what do they do with the coffee in the newspaper?
    Cute dog.

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    1. Hooray.... welcome back.

      The used coffee ground is use as sort of fertiliser. Roses loves them. either sprinkle on the soil or mix with water to water the plants

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  10. Pat on the back, keep up the good work!

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  11. Bukit Jelutong is too far for me, do they have similar activity at PJ or Kepong area too? Would like to get some free plants if possible :P

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    1. Go FB and join Klang valley plant exchange group . They have plant exchange on and off. Also FTS at bangsar also frequently giving out free plants for adoption

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  12. Looks like you had a great day! It’s really wonderful many people were interested in adopting plants. Your dog did great job doing guarding duty :-)

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    1. It was interesting. I enjoyed browsing around

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  13. What a great day. I like your guard dog!

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  14. WOw! Happy to be seeing this and i hope you continue contributing to our earth by this activity!

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  15. Hello, Looks like a great earth day celebration. Love your cute dog. Happy Monday, enjoy your day. Have a great new week ahead.

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  16. The plants are so pretty! Have a lovely week! xoxo

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  17. I'm very happy to see that your entire family is involved in Earth Day activities at the recycling center. It looks like a well-organized, educational event.

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  18. A lovely post, enjoyed it very much. Your guard dog is very cute. Thank you for sharing.

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  19. That is a great event, and I like the coffee grounds recycling and your cute guard dog.

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  20. What a good initiative. I like free plants! Too bad they die too easily under my care :(

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