I’m not a surfer, a scuba diver, or a triathlete, so the idea of neoprene wetsuits as a waste stream never really occurred to me. And while I have no idea how many of these products end up in the landfill each year, I do know that neoprene can’t be recycled through conventional means (i.e., […]
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Seattle’s Impact Bioenergy has created the HORSE, a portable organic waste to energy plant, for on-site recycling of food waste into energy and fertilizer.
Startup FoPo Food Powder addresses the issue of food waste by collecting nearly expired fruits, and freeze drying it into a powder with a long shelf life.
Entrepreneur George Arbogust wants to open a market and gallery in Norfolk, Virginia’s Arts District dedicated to architectural salvage and upcycled works.
The TIO toothbrush concept incorporates bioplastics with a replaceable head to create much less plastic waste than the traditional product.
The Green Hearts is a simple product that uses decades-old technology to keep fresh vegetables & fruits from spoiling quickly in the refrigerator.
As with other printing, 3D printing involves some failures. The Cruncher is a machine that recycles those failures into plastic pellets for future prints.
Plastic can only be recycled one, right? Not according to Dirtball: their “the 50” jacket made from PET plastic bottles can be further recycled.
Want to find gardening ideas & plant growing tips tailored to your specific needs & local environment? That’s the plan behind OpenFarm.
Austin’s Hopper Foods believes that eating crickets and other insects can provide a tasty way to reduce carbon emissions and resource consumption.
German company tado wants to make small air conditioning units “smart” with their tado Cooling product.
Want to build a DIY electric bike instead of buying one? Micah Toll is raising funds to create a hardcover version of his popular guide book.
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.