Biji Biji Kuala Lumpur

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Biji Biji

Biji-Biji - Sustainable projects, made in Malaysia.
Biji-Biji – Sustainable projects, made in Malaysia. Credit: Biji-biji.com

The Biji-biji Initiative aims to share progressive ideas with everyone. We champion sustainable living, reuse waste creatively and we love collaborative production. By using discarded materials, basic electronics and passive building techniques we aim to inspire the community with fresh and fun approaches to sustainable living.
Our creations all come from our Open Workshop in Kuala Lumpur. If you would like to explore your ideas and collaborate with us, we have the space, tools and expertise to share with you! You can reach us at [email protected]

The Biji biji initiative was established in April 2013. One year later the first workshop opened at Jalan Sungkai, Off Jalan Ipoh in Kuala Lumpur – called the Harmony Hub. In July 2015 a second workshop got a go at Jalan Nangka.

Things we did the biji biji way

Upcycling, art installation, educational workshops, this is what the project is all about. Check out our eco-minded projects ->

biji biji innovate project based on recycling
Biji-Biji, innovate projects based on recycling. Goal: inspire others with fresh and fun approaches to sustainable living.

 


Find out more about the initiative here: Biji-Biji. And always keep in mind: you are the customer = you have the power to change things. Nowadays, customers should be as interested in corporate social responsibility as they are in a company’s product or service. This will be good for our future in general and good for eco-minded entrepreneurs in particular.

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