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Prosse, a member of the Lulana Communal Environmentalist group, climbs onto a roof to check drying briquettes, used as cooking fuel as an alternative to charcoal or wood, that they manufacture in the backyard workshop. They make the fuel from recycled or waste cardboard and sell them to individuals and restaurants.