H++ is a design intervention to aid the elimination of water hyacinth from local rivers and streams in Southern Nigeria. This project serves as a practical illustration on how to effectively convert a destructive invasive species into a useful cash-crop.
H++ makes effective use of water hyacinth as a raw material for creating household objects that are desirable, durable, biodegradable and can be replaced in an ecologically friendly manner after the product has degraded from extensive usage.
(2011 - ongoing, Bayelsa State, Nigeria)
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