Water-themed Activities in H2Ours@Rhythm Fiesta

5th December, Sungai Buloh – With the aim to spread the awareness towards water conservation, EcoKnights with the support by Gamuda Gardens, organized a water-themed carnival – H2Ours alongside Gamuda Gardens’ Rhythm Fiesta. The carnival was successfully held at Gamuda Gardens Sungai Buloh on 24th and 25th November.

Among the activities that filled the two-day event were Green Market, mudball-making, water quality testing, DIY soap workshop, DIY self-watering system workshop and film screening. The activities provided hands-on learning and experience for the visitors especially in water-testing and zero-waste practices such as upcycling plastics and used cooking oil, which are often the waste found in water sources.

With the various line-up of activities, the carnival has managed to attract an estimation of a 2000-pax crowd.

Green market was held to provide sustainable information and alternative products to better conserve the environment.Green market was held to provide sustainable information and alternative products to better conserve the environment.

The mudballs contain beneficial eco-enzyme that will adhere the harmful chemicals in the river onto it. The water quality testing provided a sneak peak of what is considered a healthy water/river.The mudballs contain beneficial eco-enzyme that will adhere the harmful chemicals in the river onto it. The water quality testing provided a sneak peak of what is considered a healthy water/river.The mudballs contain beneficial eco-enzyme that will adhere the harmful chemicals in the river onto it. The water quality testing provided a sneak peak of what is considered a healthy water/river.

DIY self-watering workshops were conducted to reduce the waste production caused by daily usage of plasticDIY self-watering workshops were conducted to reduce the waste production caused by daily usage of plastic

A pledge board corner for visitors to write their pledge in water conservationA pledge board corner for visitors to write their pledge in water conservationA pledge board corner for visitors to write their pledge in water conservation

To reduce the food wastage, both fresh and cooked leftovers were collected to be put into the Maeko compost machine. About 23kg of food waste was contributed by both vendors and visitors.To reduce the food wastage, both fresh and cooked leftovers were collected to be put into the Maeko compost machine. About 23kg of food waste was contributed by both vendors and visitors.To reduce the food wastage, both fresh and cooked leftovers were collected to be put into the Maeko compost machine. About 23kg of food waste was contributed by both vendors and visitors.

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