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Check out this man’s tiny homemade Prius house on wheels http://ow.ly/2WlaBG
James Lawler built a homemade motorhome on top of his Toyota Prius so he'd have a comfy place to sleep when he travels.
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[New Tom Szaky Article]To Recycle or Not to Recycle: The Economics of Garbage http://bit.ly/1IvWzWX
One of the biggest factors stopping us from being able to recycle all waste is the economic barrier that limits perceived recyclability. To recycle a material, significant quantities of it must first be collected. After collection it must be separated, which can be difficult with waste made of multiple materials like a multi-layered package or container made with a variety of plastic resins. Finally, the material must be processed and recycled. I...
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How VWR has built a successful employee engagement program http://ow.ly/2WlaBC
The pharmaceutical supplier finds out what works to engage employees in sustainability efforts.
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Super Affordable Tiny Home http://ow.ly/2WlaBz
The only thing better than downsizing in a tiny home is doing so on a tiny budget. Scott Brooks spent less then $500 to built his dream tiny home, called Transforming Tiny Home, which was largely made possible by using repurposed and salvaged materials. Scott’s Transforming Tiny Home measures only 83 square feet (7.7 sq m). Despite its truly tiny size, it is not designed to be movable and rests atop concrete blocks, on ...
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Save, Save, Save: Eco-Tasks For Daylight Savings Time Change http://ow.ly/2WlaBF
Add these eco-tasks to your Daylight Savings Time list, too. They'll only take a few minutes, but can save energy, costs, and possibly even your life.
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Portland architecture students build incredible outdoor Pickathon Music Festival stage from 520 recycled pallets http://ow.ly/2WlaBD
Inhabitat brings you an exclusive behind-the-scenes video documenting the construction of the eco-friendly Treeline Stage design at The Pickathon Indie Music Festival.
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Did you know regular coffee drinkers have cleaner arteries? http://bit.ly/1FTxMfq
A study shows that those who consume a moderate amount of coffee are less likely to have calcium deposits in their coronary arteries.
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Playing with Cow Poo: Bio Digester Routines Part 1 http://ow.ly/2WlaBx
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Our goal is to eliminate the idea of waste by creating collection and solution systems.
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Founded in 2001 by Tom Szaky, then a 20-year-old Princeton University freshman, TerraCycle began by producing organic fertilizer, packaging liquid worm poop in used soda bottles. Since then TerraCycle has grown into one of the fastest-growing green companies in the world.

TerraCycle's purpose is to eliminate the idea of waste. We do this by creating national recycling systems for previously non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle waste. Anyone can sign up for these programs, called the Brigades, and start sending us waste.

www.TerraCycle.com

Our goal is to eliminate the idea of waste by creating collection and solution systems for anything that today must be sent to a landfill.


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