Ready to start collecting rainwater. Build a DIY rain barrel instead of buying a kit or a finished product & save money (as well as water).
German company tado wants to make small air conditioning units “smart” with their tado Cooling product.
What would you do if you had a beat up old Suzuki Samurai and a discarded dune buggy body laying around? Why naturally, you would smoosh them together…
Coca-Cola’s 2nd Lives offers bottle caps for used drink bottles that turn them into other products. Are these great upcycling ideas, or just more marketing?
While an eco-friendly dishwasher is already a bit of a redundancy, the model you choose & the way you run it can save even more energy & water.
Tired of throwing away usable amounts of ketchup, toothpaste, & other products because you can’t get the last drop? Check out these gadgets.
Ready to start gardening in a small space? The Petomato combines DIY hydroponics with reused materials right out of your recycling bin.
I was thrilled to receive an email from Jim Barber, one of the co-founders of Luke’s Toy Factory in Danbury, Connecticut. A family-run operation, the team at Luke’s has focused not only on design, but also materials that meet their own high standards for safety, environmental responsibility, and durability.
This DIY bike trailer doesn’t require any special construction skills, and is a great option for the handy cyclist.
My new Monster steam mop cleans beautifully while helping me maintain my status as an indoor air quality militant. Here’s my review of the EZ1XL.
Energy saving windows are too expensive to install just for utility bill savings. Tinted window inserts make more sense in terms of cost.
We’re doing something we don’t do much here at sustainablog: hosting a giveaway of the Tap-N-Flush dual flush converter that the company sent me.
No need to throw out those old flip flops; with a little creativity and craft material, you can upcycle them into almost new summer footwear.