Mango Peel Charcoal

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The Effectiveness of Mango (Mangifera indica) Peels As Alternative Source of Charcoal A Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of Antipolo National High School in partial fulfillment of the course requirement in Research II COLEEN INGRID S. MIRAVALLES DONITA S. ESTRELLA KREANNE IRISH J. MILLANO ANGELA LEONOR M. MUTUC Researchers CLUSTER 1: APPLIED SCIENCE TEAM CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Economic crisis runs throughout different places in the world. The Global Economic Crisis pulled countries down from around the globe to a recession. Wide-ranging declines in many aspects of growth characterize the overall impact it had on the global scale. This is the main reason why people tend to lessen the spend of money. To reduce…show more content…
Now, charcoals are used to cook food by people. In the Philippines, charcoals are one of the necessities, especially those who suffer poverty because of unemployment, and low standards of living in the country. They tend to use charcoals because they can’t afford to use LPG. Background of the Study Crisis on the economy runs throughout the Philippines that cause people to control the used of their money. Charcoals are one of the basic necessities of people especially to those who cannot afford to buy one. Charcoals are not just used to cook food, charcoals can also be used as an excellent domestic fuel, as mentioned by Bhattari, et al (2009). Charcoals can be made from any organic material, like food, straw, coconut shells, rice husks and bond. Likewise, many people make charcoal, in their own ways, by the means of making their own charcoal such as paper charcoal, and other charcoals made of recycled materials. People do everything to make charcoals because the price of charcoals is getting more expensive that is why more and more people cannot afford it. It is for this reason that this study is conducted to help the people who cannot afford to buy this charcoal at stores and also to utilize mango peels as alternative source of charcoals. It is stated in Republic Act 8581, Section 2 or the “Price Act” that: “Section 2: It is the policy of the state to ensure the availability of basic necessities and prime
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