We all know that people using radio transistors are diminishing. However, there are still a lot who values radio transistors especially those who are away from their high-tech gadgets most of the time. We all know further that when using a radio transistor, we need a battery or an electricity to keep it working. Not this time because Solene Le Goff and Christophe Gouache have come up with a wonderful and eco-friendly radio design. Called as the Green Radio Log, this one of a kind radio uses 80% wood and 20% other components to keep the radio working. A solar panel attached at the top of the radio, which generates energy to power the eco-radio. If you want to turn the radio on, simply twist the top left button. Aside from being the power button, the radio volume control can also be seen in this button. Changing frequencies can be done at the top right button of the radio while the radio function is attainable by simply fitting in your finger at the button at the bottom left. The project has an aim of discriminating the use of plastic that is why the designers focused on the used of raw materials.
Designed by Joel Lim, this backpack is able to generate a substantial amount of electricity to power/charge electronic devices on the go. And at the same time to have a solution for the negligence in having a first aid kit among hikers, due to the lack of space. This is a great news for hikers or individuals looking for an alternative way of charging their electronics, at the same time doing their part for the environment and staying green.
Alppac would come in handy when the user has set up camp and would like to explore the surrounding area. It’s a lighter alternative to carrying the entire backpack,and comes with it’s own charging compartment too. Alppac also has first aid box inside of it. It’s design doesn’t vary much from what you see in the market, but there are some changes like the use of transparent pockets instead of the conventional cloth ones, to provide easy identification of equipment.
Eco-friendly people will be very happy with the new creation from Tupperware. It is called as the Tupperware Composter designed by Ken Jasinski. Composting with the Tupper Ware Composter is very easy. All you have to do is to mix organic materials in a 1:5 ratio, add water until the pile is slightly moist, and turn it occasionally for fast decomposition. In this way, we don’t need to throw our garbage to the mountains of landfills we have. Thus, we do lessen those mountains of landfill while saving the environment at the same time in a classy and stylish way. Thanks to the Tupperware Composter.
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