Reduce – Reuse – Recycle

Reduce – Reuse – Recycle… This is what happens at PeachyKeen! We leave Peter in our Fabrication area with some scrap metal, old hand crank parts and a little imagination…

It has the look of the 1980’s Hawkman Rocket from the film Flash Gordon (Peter maintains this is purely coincidence!) . However it is actually an Events Handcrank for our junior, Primary School participants.

As well as our commitment to help reduce our carbon footprint through developing devices that generate green energy, we also apply the “Reduce – Reuse – Recycle” approach wherever possible. This Handcrank is a prime example of how we were able to build a brand new Handcrank frame from metal which, would otherwise serve no purpose.

We’re delighted with the final outcome and can’t wait for our mini participants to start creating some Human Powered Energy!

Contact us now to find out more about how PeachyKeen could help you with a Health related initiative.

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