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The green charcoal briquetting system project uses waste such as coconut and water hyacinths to produce charcoal.
Similarly, the facilitator of the programme and Managing Director, MITI METH, Mrs Achenyo Idachaba, stressed the need to convert environmental hazards like water hyacinth to wealth.
He said the local government would begin using heavy equipment to speed up the excavation and disposal of water hyacinth that covered its lakeshore villages.
The show featured the worst traits of Middle England suburbia - from curtain twitching, competing with the neighbours - 'I'm not happy our roses aren't as big as next door's', says Hyacinth in one episode - and downright snobbery - she insisted her surname was pronounced 'Bouquet'.
One day there was a very beautiful and very small water hyacinth growing near the edge of a big pond.
Monroe describes a particularly attractive weed accumulation we encountered during a day on Lake Toho: "This is the ideal mat; it has hyacinth on top, it has blown-in hydrilla, Kissimmee grass, alligator grass and even some pond weed," he said.
The leaves of water hyacinth were collected from Choba River, Choba community in Obio-Akpor local government area of Rivers state, Nigeria.
Hyacinth Peter further added that people used to put gifts under the trees during night time for the poor.
Hyacinth, from Nechells, admits some people will find the book disturbing.
Hyacinth would always answer the phone and declare "the Bouquet residence, the lady of the house speaking", and there were ongoing references to an unseen sister Violet, "the one with the Mercedes, sauna, and room for a pony
Keywords: Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), Non polar fraction, Long chain, alcohols, Oily fraction, Antimicrobial
Imphal, June 14 ( ANI ): Women in Manipur have switched to water hyacinth craft, as they see it as a self-reliant job opportunity.