by Marc Neil-Jones
I own a small newspaper in Vanuatu, SW Pacific which is a; UN least developed country, dependent on aid and tourism.
Currently we throw away around fifty thin A1 size aluminum printing plates for our offset printing press every week. I would like to see if we can recycle the aluminum plates to make a cheap and simple but effective solar cooker that can be given or sold at cost to people in the islands who cannot afford electricity.
Vanuatu electricity is amongst the most expensive in the world. We can recycle our printing plates if we are given advice and plans on what else we need to build a good, cheap little solar oven for the South Pacific.
Does anybody have plans and advice on what else we need to build a prototype using our aluminum printing plates that we could look at to see if this is possible?
Marc Neil - Jones
PO Box 375
my email contact
Thank you for visiting our site and for your inquiry.
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I would also send you to a page on our site, if you have not already seen it, so that you can see and example of the same kind of solar cooker you are referring to, a solar cooker made of aluminum printing press plates
Let's see what we can do to help you.
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