With the aim to help save the environment, one of the giant mobile phone manufacturers Nokia has designed and eco-friendly mobile phone that invites users to keep their PRT packaging carton the moment he or she receives his or her EC509 Green Core mobile phone. The reason why users will get invited of keeping their packaging is because it comes with a free postage sticker that can be used when sending back your mobile phone to the manufacturer once it will be due for maintenance or a check-up. Another eco-friendly feature this phone has is the kinetic power used to keep the mobile phone moving. Without the use of a battery, the phone has a hole where the user will spin to charge the phone.
Other green features of the EC509 Green Core mobile phone include a recycled PET screen cover, LED battery indicators, and other recycled items like rubber used in the phone.
Source: Matteo Trisolini
Repurposing shipping containers are common nowadays, which invited designer Aristide Antonas in collaboration with Katerina Koutsogianni to repurposed used transportation trailers and create an eco-friendly mobile home from it. Instead of sending it to our landfills, we can have our homes from it. The trailers can also be detached from the car and use it as an eco-friendly stable residence anywhere you wanted. Designs for this kind of home may differ. One can make a window at the front end of the trailer facing the car so that residents can move freely from one place to another as if they are one.
We have featured different solar powered boats here in iGreenSpot numerous times and today, it’s time for the world’s largest solar powered boat, Turanor to shine.
The Turanor is a boat with loads of solar panels on top of it, a 5,380 square feet of solar panels installation that is, which obviously propels the boat that is now circumnavigating the globe. The boat is solely powered by solar power and the excess energy gathered by solar panels is stored in a giant lithium-ion battery. In this regard, the world’s largest solar powered boat, Turanor has the ability to run at a speed of 15 miles per hour and can sail for three days on cloudy weather using the stored energy.
Via: My Modern Met
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