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Gainesville, Florida’s The Repurpose Project takes materials that other thrift stores won’t in order to keep them out of landfills.
See how one electric vehicle tinkerer turned a 1966 Volkswagen Bus into a completely solar-powered vehicle.
Maine’s Artas Designs takes used materials like reclaimed wood, and turns them into design studio quality furnishings for a variety of commercial clients.
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Pure Energy Group’s anaerobic digester installation at Devi’s Canyon Brewery brings biogas production from brewing waste into an urban setting.
If you go through a lot of citrus fruit, why not turn some of those peels into homemade potpourri before sending it to the compost bin?
Engineer Arvind Gupta thinks the trash can or recycle bin can enhance a child’s play time much more than the toy or discount store.
A sustainable business needs to have a circular economy model that re-purposes its waste products as raw materials for new products.
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Want a new look for the cold Winter months? Turn an old sweater you no longer wear into a fashionable & hair-friendly head wrap.
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