Art from Scrap
Created 10/4/2007 7:16:00 AM 
Empty paper towel rolls, ticket stubs, pipe cleaners, cardboard boxes and packing peanuts. These and other items you would find in your trash can are used by an organization in Metro Detroit and given new life, effectively stopping their voyage to the landfill.
Sustainable money alternative: The Product Service System
Created 10/3/2007 7:20:32 AM 
Reusing products help to reduce consumer costs and the amount of waste going to disposal. Reuse can have financial and environmental benefits, either of which can be the main motivation for it. Examples include the rethreading of tires and the use of plastic delivery trays in place of cardboard cartons.
Sharpen your used newspaper into wealth
Created 8/8/2007 10:43:23 AM 
Americans use 200 million tons of paper a year -- for everything from daily newspapers to books and cardboard boxes. After a quick use, we throw away at least 100 million tons of paper, almost all of which could be recycled. This means that there's about 8 billion dollars worth of paper out there that can be collected and recycled each year.
Leave this world with eco style: Use a cardboard coffin
Created 3/16/2007 9:13:30 AM 
Remember when milk came in bottles? Fruit in crates? TV in furniture blankets? Remember when memories were stored in old suitcases? Valuables in wooden chests? We entrust everything from the food we eat to the high tech plasma TV screen we watch to the cardboard revolution. The next step in this revolution is the cardboard coffin, readily biodegradable and suitable for burials and cremations.


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