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Thursday, December 10, 2009

An Eco-Friendly Christmas Tree - Think(ing) Green Thursday

With Chrismas season here, many people around the world are debating whether to cut or not to cut down a live Christmas tree or whether to use a real or plastic Christmas tree. Well, a departmental chainstore in Malaysia has come up with an eco-friendly idea for a Christmas tree.

AEON Co. (M) Bhd recently unveiled their 15m (50ft) tall Christmas Tree on December 7th, 2009 during a special tree-lighting ceremony at the AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre in Klang.

This tree is constructed from recycled plastic bottles collected from customers during the recent Recycling Bottles Campaign that was conducted in September. AEON collected 15,000 plastic bottles in the process. Encouraged by the success, AEON decided to continue the its eco-friendly campaign by celebrating a Green Christmas for 2009.

This unique tree will be competing for a spot in the Malaysian Book of Records.

Now, we customers can expect some exciting green activities as they continue with their 3R Campaign of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. The theme of the season is "Mother Nature meets Father Christmas".

Thank you to Michelle of Rambling Woods for hosting Think(ing) Green Thursday. To participate or to view contributions from other green thinkers around the globe, please visit here.


  1. Beautiful Christmas trees made out of recycling! Great! Go Green! The falling snowflakes on your blog is a clever, fun idea!

  2. Very cool! Now that is really a GREEN-tree!

    Thanks for stopping by my mid-week blues!

  3. wow that's a great tall chris tree

    A smile from SJ =)

  4. Eco-ool creative ideas and nice photo. TQ

  5. I do like those blue Christmas trees, they really set off the background. Your snowflakes are good too, and they work. When I tried adding them I get an error message and no snowflakes.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

  6. Thank you for your thoughtful comment on my Thinking Green meme. Once you start to think green there are many changes that you have to make in the way you live as we are finding out. I do love this green Christmas especially as I hate to see all those trees being cut down.... Thank you Autumn Belle.. Michelle


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