As the use of the traditional clay stove was considered an unhealthy way to cook, managing director Chim Polys and his team at Khemara Eco Energy Group have developed an eco-friendly one instead.
Polys told The Post: “Our company manufactures this eco-friendly stove for two purposes.
“First is to reduce smoke which pollutes the environment. Second is to help our society reuse waste from sugarcane or coconut shells as burning materials.
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