Living in a capitalist world, one of the most common (and indeed encouraged) of our social norms is that of the acquisition of property and consumer goods. We are actively encouraged to spend like crazy, and expend as much of our disposable income on the most expensive items. And yet, the bitter irony is that although we spend a lot of money and compare the prices charged for similar products....we always seem to miss the punch line; by virtue of the fact that we never really give much consideration to the process involved in the production of the items we use. Even with eco friendly technology, such as a Solar Powered Battery Charger.
Many of us will no doubt look at the various appliances we use on such a frequent basis and find some amusement from the idea that our laptops and gaming consoles could be the cause of such damage to our environment. After all, they produce no harmful emissions; no dangerous by products or chemicals...so really, what is the big deal? Is it just some sort of conspiracy by the eco-fascist brigade to spoil our fun, and derail the progress of legitimate free market economics? No. Irrespective of whether you power your appliances by means of a portable battery supply or from the mains power supply, the simple truth is that you are inflicting further harm upon the environment.
Electrical batteries and other traditional forms of power supplies for most electronic and electrical appliances have provided the powers that be with a considerable headache when it has came to the logistics of successfully disposing of them. Many politicians have opted to bury their heads in the sand along with the tonnes and tonnes of the junk by relying on that tried and tested method of landfill sites. The downside with this approach is that the electrical batteries cannot be broken down by natural means, requiring some synthetic input be it a chemical solution or an energy based reaction. What this means then is that we have mountains of these items that cannot be safely disposed of, safe for time....and the clock is continually ticking against us.
Thankfully, research has finally came to fruition and borne a remarkable new product: the solar powered battery charger. What makes this item so ideal for the current dilemma is that it is rechargeable meaning that the consumer can use the item in question for much longer periods of time which in turn reduces the need for manufacturing the chargers in the first place. This single fact in of itself means that the pollution and toxins which are an unhappy by product of the process can finally be put to rest.
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