Old bikes are normally discarded along with its wheel but we can minimize waste if we are eco-friendly enough to patronize eco-products like the El Presidente Recycled Bike Tube Wallet. As its name suggests, the wallet is made of recycled inner tube from racecar tires, bike inner tubes, and hemp. These materials are known to vegan and are free from cruelty or destruction, allowing its users to help save the environment. [Click here to know more about El Presidente Recycled Bike Tube Wallet]
Being made of recycled inner tubes, the wallet is guaranteed sturdy and last longer than any other traditional wallets available in the market today. The wallet also has hand stitching that adds up to the durability of the wallet. The wallet is available in black making it ideal for daily use and even during special occasions, as black can be match easily with any color and will fit flawlessly whatever the occasion is. The wallet is spacious enough for your bills, cards, and identification cards. If you are worried about those old prints visible because of the previous life of the materials, you can easily clean and remove it with solvent. However, those old prints from the materials previous life may make the El Presidente Recycled Bike Tube Wallet look artistic, classic yet modern. [Click here to know more about El Presidente Recycled Bike Tube Wallet]
It has been a while since people are very dependent in using containers for transporting various goods. However, using it the other way around has been starting to boom this time. We can now see some wonderful art galleries, stores, offices and even homes that uses containers. Some are using a new one while most of them are recycling those used containers from various container lines. Designer Sander Mulder has become one of them and made a modular storage with wonderful and creative colors. These containers are stackable either tilted or rotated whichever you like and have it as your personal storage.
Source: Sander Mulder
Farming nowadays is not only possible in large land areas in rural areas but also in tall buildings in the city through a sustainable rooftop vertical farm, which is true at one of the restaurants in Manhattan called Bell, Book, and Candle.
The chef of the restaurant John Mooney uses a pulley to send his crops all the way down to the restaurant below his vertical garden served to their customer fresh. This idea really helps in keeping the environment safe and clean. First, one needs not to spend so much carbon in transporting crops and produce because all they need is a pulley. Next, the plants themselves are great filter of air pollutants thus; fresh and clean air is highly possible in this rooftop vertical farm.
Sustainability in this farm does not end there. The chef owner manages to install solar panels that run the dosatron and there were no pesticides used in this one of a kind rooftop vertical farm.
Source: Urban Gardens
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