Dear PAC Members & Guests
A group of PAC members have recently attended several talks & practical sessions with Pak Soo of EM Admins on the topic of EM Technology. PAC is lending its support in a Penang state-wide initiative by EM Admins to bring back the shine to our beloved island. To be successful, this project must be embraced by all levels of the Community; from the State Government right down to the everyday Rakyat. To create awareness with the public, PAC is participating in the below event and we hope this will be a a loud proof-of-concept which will open the eyes of Penangites and beyond.
With this we hope PAC members & guests can enlightened themselves with the knowledge of EM Technology (which is commonly confused with Garbage Enzyme Composting) and help spread this knowledge to all your friends and families and embrace EM Technology as a way of life.
“ONE MILLION APOLOGIES TO MOTHER EARTH” – AN ENVIRONMENT BIOMEDIATION PROJECT & AWARENESS CAMPAIGN – 8TH AUGUST 2009.
This idea was initiated by MR Soo Lee Choo (Pak Soo) of EM Admins to organise an event of making One Million EM mud balls and throwing them into various heavily polluted rivers in Penang in a single day. Japan had used EM Technology to clean up more than one hundred heavily polluted rivers over the last 20 years. EM is a proven technology in environmental remediation and all the rivers that have been treated with EM in Japan have also managed to resuscitate aquatic life, bringing back all fishes and other water life forms and aquatic plants. The most famous project in Japan is the cleaning up of the Seto Inland Sea.
PAC has pledged to make 50,000 or more mudballs and we invite PAC Members and guests to join us in this endeavor. Do keep a lookout for the next mudball making session through July ’09.
Below are some videos explaining and demonstrating the technology.
Introduction to EM Technology – Part 1 (removed for re-edit)
Introduction to EM Technology – Part 2 (removed for re-edit)
Introduction to EM Technology – Part 3 (removed for re-edit)
Example of use in Japan
Rehabilitation of Seto Inland Sea, Japan – Part 1
Rehabilitation of Seto Inland Sea, Japan – Part 2
Rehabilitation of Seto Inland Sea, Japan – Part 3
Rehabilitation of Seto Inland Sea, Japan – Part 4