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Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack By Hala

Even if it they are already empty, wine bottles are great additions to a home interior design especially when stored in a lovely wine rack like the Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala. As its name suggests, the wine rack is made of bamboo, making it not only a stylish and functional wine rack and home décor but also an eco-friendly one.

Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala

The wine rack has the ability to display six wine bottles. Of course, you can put on filled wine bottles so you can have an easy access every time you want a shot or two of wine together with friends, guests or family members while having a fun chit chat as you sip your favorite wine. The wine rack features a compact, elegant and artistic design making it perfect to become one your collection of eco-friendly home furniture pieces and decors. The sturdy design of the rack makes you feel confident that your wine bottles are safe at all times. Worries on where to place this wine rack is not an issue because its compact design makes it easy to fit in on your countertops as well as under your kitchen cabinets. Made of solid bamboo, the rack surely is perfect to be placed on your walls too. Another eco-friendly feature of the bamboo rack is, it requires minimal maintenance. Bamboo is not only good looking and durable but easy to clean too. A simple wipe would do to keep the classy and fancy look of the Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala. [Click here for more information about Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala]

Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala
Monolith Modern Design Bamboo 6-bottle Wine Rack by Hala



PolyFuel T40 Green Laptop Prototype in Partnership with Lenovo

It is nice to know the technology makers are now considering of manufacturing an earth friendly products. Just like this new concept from PolyFuel in partnership with Lenovo. They have just recently announced about their working prototype for a Lenovo T40. The prototype uses a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC), in which the methanol is converted into an electricity to run the computer.

With this technology, the users can benefit of a renewable fuel that can be refilled. In addition to that, a single cartridge is expected to provide 10 hours of battery life and those 10 hours are most likely not running at full capacity. With all these features around, Lenovo T40 will surely a must Laptop.

polyfuel  methanol fuel cell t40 laptop prototype

via GreenUpgrader



BITE ME LED Desk Lamp By Victor Vetterlein

Recently, designer Victor Vetterlein presented to iGreenSpot is new eco-friendly creation called BITE ME LED Desk Lamp. Using an edible and biodegradable plastic material, the lighting strip of the lamp can be consumed or disposed of to trash when the user decided to not use the lamp any longer. This eco-friendly desk lamp by Victor Vetterlein gained inspiration from the book Green Plastics – An Introduction to the New Science of Biodegradable Plastics. Professor E.S. Stevens write the book. Stevens is a Chemistry professor at the State University of New York.

BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp

Edible and biodegradable plastic materials used for BITE ME LED Desk Lamp include agar (a vegetable based gelatin made from sea algae), vegetable glycerin, purified water, food coloring, and natural flavoring. Available in four organic extract flavors including cherry, blueberry, orange and apple, the BITE ME lamp comes with an LED lighting adhesive strip. In the strip is where the electrical power to the LED circuit board is provided using the two sheets of metal strips forming a script. Upon purchase, you will get the lamp along with two electric cords. The first cord is used to connect to the low voltage power converter while the other cord is used to plug to a computer.

BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp

When the life of the BITE ME LED Desk Lamp come to an end, users can consumed or compost the bio-plastic materials used in creating the lamp. The lighting strip on the other hand can then be peeled off from the lamp and keep for re-use in the future. If you opt to consume or eat the edible materials, it is important that you will clean the frame first with organic soap and water. After which, the lamp should be submerged in purified water for an hour to keep it soft. On the other hand, if you do not wish to eat edible material, you can then place the lamp directly to your garden as compost.

BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp
BITE ME LED Desk Lamp

In case you are not yet aware, agar is a good source of citamin E (alpha tocopherol), vitamin K, pantothenic acid, zinc, copper, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and manganese. It is also low in sodium, saturated fats and cholesterol.

IGreenSpot received this BITE ME LED Desk Lamp submission from the page ‘Submit Your Green Product Creation‘ feature, if you want exposure or showcase your green project, we welcome you to submit your green product for publication.

Source: Victor Vetterlein



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