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Two litter pickers collected 21 sacks of litter including over 150 plastic bottles, 78 used wet-wipes and 42 used dog poo bags.

25. Juni 2019 | via Inews.co.uk | Read more

Two litter pickers collected 21 sacks of litter including over 150 plastic bottles, 78 used wet-wipes and 42 used dog poo bags.

25. Juni 2019 | via Inews.co.uk | Read more
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On average, 48 per cent of supermarket packaging CANNOT be recycled. But some are worse than others...

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On average, 48 per cent of supermarket packaging CANNOT be recycled. But some are worse than others...

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A Visual Communication student developed took matters into his own hands and came up with an inspired zero-waste packaging system you can also plant.

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A Visual Communication student developed took matters into his own hands and came up with an inspired zero-waste packaging system you can also plant.

22. Juni 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly explores turning sunflower crop waste into bio-materials to make sustainable products from insulation panels to iPhone cases.

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Eindhoven-based designer Thomas Vailly explores turning sunflower crop waste into bio-materials to make sustainable products from insulation panels to iPhone cases.

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Danilo Makio’s milk carton is half-recycled before you even open it. His design takes a familiar idea (for a lot of the world, if not America)–a bag of milk in a rigid jug–but opts to make the whole thing recyclable.

20. Juni 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

Danilo Makio’s milk carton is half-recycled before you even open it. His design takes a familiar idea (for a lot of the world, if not America)–a bag of milk in a rigid jug–but opts to make the whole thing recyclable.

20. Juni 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more
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An average cow eats about 50 kilograms of grass per day, which means that it also produces a lot of poo. Cow dung contains phosphate and nitrogen, which, in small dosages, is beneficial for the soil.

18. Juni 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

An average cow eats about 50 kilograms of grass per day, which means that it also produces a lot of poo. Cow dung contains phosphate and nitrogen, which, in small dosages, is beneficial for the soil.

18. Juni 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Precycle is a zero-waste grocery store in Brooklyn that has opened for business. The store minimizes waste, selling in bulk rather than plastic.

17. Juni 2019 | via Treehugger.com | Read more

Precycle is a zero-waste grocery store in Brooklyn that has opened for business. The store minimizes waste, selling in bulk rather than plastic.

17. Juni 2019 | via Treehugger.com | Read more
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The solution to how we keep food fresh could well involve pinching a trick from nature – wrap it in an orange peel.

14. Juni 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

The solution to how we keep food fresh could well involve pinching a trick from nature – wrap it in an orange peel.

14. Juni 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more
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New York homeware brand Buffy has launched a comforter made entirely of eucalyptus pulp, reducing its ecological footprint while also making it suitable for vegans.

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New York homeware brand Buffy has launched a comforter made entirely of eucalyptus pulp, reducing its ecological footprint while also making it suitable for vegans.

13. Juni 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Plastic bags that claim to be biodegradable were still intact and able to carry shopping three years after being exposed to the natural environment, a study has found.

11. Juni 2019 | via Theguardian.com | Read more

Plastic bags that claim to be biodegradable were still intact and able to carry shopping three years after being exposed to the natural environment, a study has found.

11. Juni 2019 | via Theguardian.com | Read more