Profit from Free Clothes Rental
Created 7/17/2009 8:23:21 AM 
Clothes rental services have been around for some time now, often focusing on the short-term needs of those preparing for special occasions. Now, a new Singapore company is setting its sights squarely on fashionistas and others who would rather not wear the same outfit twice. You can save tons of money, curb spending on clothes while maintaining a glamorous lifestyle with an infinite amount of clothes to wear. Avoid consumerism and the millions of excess clothes dumped in landfills.
Scrap Money
Created 6/29/2009 8:38:42 AM 
Industrial scrap is often an under-realized asset, seldom viewed as the first priority or as a key profit center in a manufacturing facility. The factory is the source where goods are produced, yet for the average consumer, very little is known about what goes on behind its walls. The production facilities are well hidden from view, and this results in a lack of information about the process of production and the waste that results from it.
Recycling Made Easy With your iPhone
Created 6/24/2009 8:32:53 AM 
San Francisco has pledged to recycle 75% of the materials that would otherwise go to a landfill. While the City has performed admirably with the current figure of 72% diversion, SF Environment is still working to get their message of recycling, reuse and proper disposal out to the public.
Make Money from Your Unused Stuff
Created 6/12/2009 7:54:25 AM 
There are many possible reasons for renting instead of buying, such as temporary need for an item, reducing financial risk and not to mention cheaper alternative to buying. It is considered a green alternative to owning a lot of stuff. Also, by renting unused items to other users, people are able to earn extra income while reducing consumption, thus saving natural resources and connecting people in local communities.
Upcycling your Cashmere
Created 6/3/2009 7:46:38 AM 
The term upcycling was coined by William McDonough and Michael Braungart, authors of Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things. Is the practice of taking something that is disposable and transforming it into something of greater use and value." This process allows for the reduction of waste and use of virgin materials.
Strike Gold with Recycled Vintage Bags
Created 5/29/2009 8:15:20 AM 
Once of the 3 R's, Reuse is to use an item more than once. This includes conventional reuse where the item is used again for the same function, and new-life reuse where it is used for a new function. By taking useful products and exchanging them, without reprocessing, reuse help us save time, money, energy and resources. In broader economic terms, reuse offers quality products to people and organizations with limited means, while generating jobs and business activity that contribute to the economy. It can also turn unwanted items into great, useful and beautiful alternatives.
Footwear Recycling Economics
Created 5/1/2009 8:26:51 AM 
Traditionally made shoes can have a high environmental cost. Not only do they consume a lot of virgin materials, which use many resources to grow and manufacture but they are also difficult to recycle. A pair of athletic shoes tossed into the landfill may linger for up to 1,000 years before breaking down, so recycling them makes really good sense. Recycling sneakers might sound a little weird, but it wasn't so long ago that throwing them to the trash was only thing to do with them.
Spin Garbage into Gold
Created 4/15/2009 8:02:19 AM 
Every year, around 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide. That's a lot of bags. So many that over one million bags are being used every minute and they're damaging our environment. They are difficult and costly to recycle and most end up on landfill sites where they take around 300 years to photo degrade. They break down into tiny toxic particles that contaminate the soil and waterways and enter the food chain when animals accidentally ingest them.
Profiting from Foreclosures
Created 4/1/2009 9:06:14 AM 
America suburbs are filled with foreclosed houses - and in each one, there's an opportunity. When people leave their homes, they also leave behind a staggering amount of used stuff. Picking through the rubble of abandoned homes is daunting both physically and psychologically. People leave their baby and family pictures, their furniture, appliances, the baby's toys, even their vehicles.
Recycle your Unused Space for Profit
Created 3/25/2009 9:05:54 AM 
From unused parking spaces to extra beds to arable land suitable for gardening, consumers are increasingly finding new, recession-busting ways to make the most of what they have. People are looking for means to make money from their land and property by using their spare space. A new concept has been developed in response to the shortfall of available space in both urban and rural areas.


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