Category "Waste"

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Pieces of plastic that are gray, round, and resembling rocks and pebbles are hiding in plain sight on the beaches of southern England.

24. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more

Pieces of plastic that are gray, round, and resembling rocks and pebbles are hiding in plain sight on the beaches of southern England.

24. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more
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“Module Maiz One” is based on a 100% biologically degradable material made from leftovers of the corn harvest.

20. February 2020 | via Recyclingboerse.org | Read more

“Module Maiz One” is based on a 100% biologically degradable material made from leftovers of the corn harvest.

20. February 2020 | via Recyclingboerse.org | Read more
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The original Tide chandelier is part of a larger body of work based on the collection of 'man made' debris washed up on a specific stretch of Kent coastline at Dungeness.

15. February 2020 | via Stuarthaygarth.com | Read more

The original Tide chandelier is part of a larger body of work based on the collection of 'man made' debris washed up on a specific stretch of Kent coastline at Dungeness.

15. February 2020 | via Stuarthaygarth.com | Read more
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These highly concentrated shampoo bars come sans plastic—and last longer than their bottled counterparts.

14. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more

These highly concentrated shampoo bars come sans plastic—and last longer than their bottled counterparts.

14. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more
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A team of entrepreneurs from San Francisco has developed a bio-based packaging that can respond to the environment and detect safety issues, such as spoilage or even cold chain monitoring.

13. February 2020 | Read more

A team of entrepreneurs from San Francisco has developed a bio-based packaging that can respond to the environment and detect safety issues, such as spoilage or even cold chain monitoring.

13. February 2020 | Read more
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The old-fashioned general store has been reborn in a modern format. Refill your shampoo, house cleaners, spices and olive oil at these zero-waste shops.

11. February 2020 | via Sunset.com | Read more

The old-fashioned general store has been reborn in a modern format. Refill your shampoo, house cleaners, spices and olive oil at these zero-waste shops.

11. February 2020 | via Sunset.com | Read more
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The enormous variety and abundance of plastic packaging—including tough-to-open clamshells—is a big headache for the recycling industry.

10. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more

The enormous variety and abundance of plastic packaging—including tough-to-open clamshells—is a big headache for the recycling industry.

10. February 2020 | via Nationalgeographic.com | Read more
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Barnacle is a fully funktional sideboard by Artist and Designer Stuart Haygarth, mimicking decaying ships on the sea bed.

03. February 2020 | via Stuarthaygarth.com | Read more

Barnacle is a fully funktional sideboard by Artist and Designer Stuart Haygarth, mimicking decaying ships on the sea bed.

03. February 2020 | via Stuarthaygarth.com | Read more
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Better To Transport is a tricycle made from recycled materials commonly found in Mexico City, with demountable components designed to be easily replaced over time.

30. January 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Better To Transport is a tricycle made from recycled materials commonly found in Mexico City, with demountable components designed to be easily replaced over time.

30. January 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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‘Frammento’ is a collection of skateboards designed by Paolo Gentile and made from rubber obtained from End-of-Life tires.

28. January 2020 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more

‘Frammento’ is a collection of skateboards designed by Paolo Gentile and made from rubber obtained from End-of-Life tires.

28. January 2020 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more