Recycle your Cardboard Boxes into BioFuel
Created 6/21/2010 8:34:48 AM 
The term cardboard may refer to a variety of heavy paper-like materials, including card stock, corrugated fiberboard or paperboard. Cardboard boxes are industrially prefabricated boxes, primarily used for packaging goods and materials.
Staple-Free Eco Stapler
Created 3/26/2010 7:40:20 AM 
You know this gadget, ever present in every office. A stapler is a mechanical device that joins sheets of paper or similar material by driving a thin metal staple through the sheets and folding the ends. If each one of the UK's ten million office workers used one less staple every day, 120 tons of steel would be saved each year. For comparison, the construction of the Staples Center in downtown LA used 2,500 tons.
Profit from your Own Green Magazine
Created 9/25/2009 8:10:39 AM 
An online magazine shares some features with a blog and also with online newspapers. Also called webzines or Ezines (also spelled e-zines), they are small magazines and newsletters distributed by any electronic method, for example, by electronic mail (e-mail/email).
Save Trees and earn Money
Created 7/13/2009 8:20:50 AM 
Thousands of trees are cut down every year to produce the paper that makes books. Publishers have been announcing initiative after initiative aimed at making their book production environmentally friendly. One of the best so far is a program that allow you to contribute to a more sustainable book industry and earn money in the process.
Cut The Middleman and Save BIG
Created 7/1/2009 8:51:13 AM 
Laundry detergent, toilet paper and toothpaste are not items consumers typically buy online, as the grocery stores, Wal-Marts and big box outlets of the world can attest. A new e-commerce site aims to change all that, however, by providing free shipping, streamlined reordering and a platform that allows consumers and manufacturers to connect.
Save BIG Turning Office Waste into Toilet Paper
Created 6/26/2009 8:03:36 AM 
Many businesses are discovering that they can reduce disposal costs, save paper costs, earn money, and preserve our natural resources by reducing, reusing, and recycling office paper. Paper is probably the biggest source of waste in most offices and usage is rising by around 20% every year, with the average office worker using approximately 50 sheets of paper every day in the typical office. That is aside from other paper waste such as newspapers and magazines that they may read.
Recycle your Banana for Profit
Created 6/5/2009 8:56:21 AM 
No matter how well we recycle, there will always be the need for virgin fiber in the paper industry. Both trees and non-wood fibers are cultivated for paper making around the world. The United States paper industry is structured almost entirely around wood as the source of fiber. This has resulted in the decimation of our old growth forests. Even today, old growth forests continue to be clear cut to make paper.
Make a Fortune with Fast Food Biodegradable Packaging
Created 3/27/2009 10:44:31 AM 
Burger joints toss billions of burgers a year (Mac Donald's alone serves about 2 billion), each individually wrapped in plastic coated paper and thrown into a paper bag with a few paper napkins. That's more than 100 per second, worldwide. Throw in a dozen other fast food conglomerates and we’re up to our necks in greasy garbage. What’s worse is that most of this paper makes its way into a trash can after only about 5 minutes of use.
Profit from Recycled Wasted Energy
Created 3/18/2009 9:16:13 AM 
Manufacturing plants, combined heat and power plants, paper mills, oil and gas and other companies commonly have low-grade heat as a by-product. This energy goes to waste or in the worst-case scenario the company pays to cool it. It is estimated that 15 to 20 percent of all the energy used in the USA is lost just to this 'low-grade' waste heat. This presents a great opportunity that is too good to pass up, specially for some brilliant engineering outfits.
Is There Money in Paperless Postal Service?
Created 3/16/2009 9:43:59 AM 
More than 15 billion pieces of paper mail are sent in the USA alone each month, at considerable cost both to senders and to the environment, but a new startup hopes to change all that with a new, paperless alternative to the U.S. Postal Service. What used to only be sent as paper mail can now be sent without the paper.


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