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    Eco-Tableware from Sugar Cane

    The idea to use sugar cane as a raw material for producing single-use dinnerware belongs to American scientists. And this is not in the least surprising – plastic wastes amount to about 80% of all wastes produced by humankind, and disposable plates and cups represent…

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    Eco-Dinnerware from Fallen Leaves & Some Facts about Plastic Dishes

    The volume of single-use tableware utilized by people every day is enormous. But even more formidable is the harm such dinnerware does to people’s health and the environment.

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    “Graft” – Series of Disposable Tableware

    Texture and form in nature autonomously exist with a function that we can borrow to serve the purpose of artificial objects. A celery stem for example, acts as handle for the fork; a petal of artichoke then becomes the bowl of spoon.

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    Eco-friendly house made ​​of wood

    In today’s world, people are trying to purchase homes in the country and a lot of the time they separate choice, most preference is given to ecological houses made ​​of wood, as they are highly mobile, convenient, and more than that a house built faster…

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    Glow in the Dark Gravel to Illuminate Any Exterior

    Anything that can absorb light to glow in the dark and conserve energy sounds like a good thing to us. So naturally aside from the gorgeous display of light these pebbles creates– they’re eco-friendly as well. They’ll stay shining for 10 hours with just 2…

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    “Calyx of Flower I” Paper Pulp Pendant Lamp

    I make pulp from the newspapers, which flood us with information every day. The content of daily news is slowly digested, and at the end of the day land forgotten in the waste basket. This conglomeration of unwanted, chewed up information has become a base…