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Flash Memory Card Holder By Tom Kenworthy

Recycling things can be hard yet rewarding. It also takes a lot of talent to have the product made from recycled item an interesting item. If you look at this flash memory card holder by Tom Kenworthy, at first glance you will definitely consider this as an item made from first hand materials. You will not see any mark of recycled items. You will only know it is made from recycled vending cups because of its label. It has amazing, vibrant and attractive colors that will definitely catch everyone’s eyes. This eco and useful design by Tom Kenworthy will not only provide us a stylish container for our memory cards, but also it minimizes landfills.

Flash Memory Card Holder

Flash Memory Card Holder

Flash Memory Card Holder

Flash Memory Card Holder

Flash Memory Card Holder

Source: Tom Kenworthy



California’s High-Speed Rail Will Reduce Emission

The high-speed rail authority will already start to manufacture their high-speed rail on 2011. This rail system will have the ability to carry passengers 800 miles from Sacramento to San Diego. The use of this high-speed rail system will reduce green house gas emission by 12 billion pounds per year. In addition, jobs for Californians will increase to about 450,000 jobs and will reduce dependence to foreign oil by 12.7 million barrels annually. The reason why this rail reduces gas emission is that it will use 1/3 the energy of air travel and 1/5 the energy of car travel. In addition, it will reduce car congestions on the roads, which is another contributor of green house gases.

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

High-Speed Rail

Source: California High-Speed Rail Authority via EcoGeek



Pitch Stool By Nicolai Czumaj-Bront

With the use of reclaimed wood, Nicolai Czumaj-Bront come up with a wonderful and eye-catching stool design called the Pitch Stool. With the combination of machining process and reclaimed wood, the designer was able to shape the weathered and worn wood, exposed the wood’s beauty and character from their variation in color, as well as the signs of wear that produces an imperfect yet highly impressive design. With this design, weathered and worn wood that are supposed to be destined to landfills are given new life and eventually save the earth from possible harm by drastically reducing the possible growth of landfills.

Pitch Stool

Source: Nicolai Czumaj-Bront



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