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Recycled Wine Bottles Vases And Tumblers

Recycling used wine bottles that are supposed to be disposed off is a great act in minimizing the possible growth of landfills and will eventually reduce the risk of the environment from a possible harm brought by those fast growing mountains of landfills. Helping us in keeping the environment safe is the Bottlehood who have submitted to igreenspot their great creations made from recycled wine bottles sourced from local bars and restaurants.

From Bottlehood:
We at Bottlehood are in the midst of launching a new line of glassware including vases, small and large drinking glasses, votives, jewelry etc. We use wine, liquor, and water bottles from local restaurants, bars, and hotels to source our glassware.

BottleHood uses local craftspeople to turn the bottles into great looking glassware, which is sold by both local and online retailers. Our glassware has a significantly lower carbon footprint as compared to recycled or landfilled bottles, and we continually strive to run our operations as sustainable as possible.

Recycled Wine Bottle Vase and Tumbler

Recycled Wine Bottle Vase and Tumbler

Source: Bottlehood



The Idea Of A Tree By Mischer Traxler

I was quite amazed of this solar powered furniture making machine called The Idea of a Tree by Mischer’ Traxler. Each product has its shape and color formed and determined depending on the amount of sunlight by the time certain product is manufactured. The machine works out by drawing a thread through a tank with dye in it then followed by a tank with resin and wrap it around a mold that is rotated using a solar-powered machine. The machine has the ability to produce benches, containers and lampshades. Items made during cloudy season are darker and thinner. The machine automatically starts at sunrise and stops when the sun sets.

The Idea of a Tree

The Idea of a Tree

The Idea of a Tree

The Idea of a Tree

The Idea of a Tree

The Idea of a Tree

Source: Michser’Traxler via Dezeen



Firewinder By Tom Lawton

We already had enough of solar powered lights, this time around, it will be the winds turn to provide us with sustainable lighting. British inventor Tom Lawton wanted to show to everybody the beauty and endless resources of alternative energies, and created the Firewinder, a wind power outdoor lighting that spins and collects energy as the wind blows that can already be used as your elegant and decorative illumination at night. If we were just creative enough, every one of us can really create many useful things using those resources around us. Tom Lawton was never wrong with his intention, as it has resulted into a very useful, attractive and eco-friendly product.

Firewinder

Source: Tom Lawton via Inhabitat



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